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Sometimes girls ask me tentatively if I will travel to shoot their wedding. I always smile (or smile as I email them a response), “Yes, I absolutely travel.”
I adore out of state weddings – I mean, the thought of traveling somewhere new is enticing enough – but throw a beautiful, be-gowned bride and a stunning capitol and a whole lotta Nebraska love into the mix, now that’s something I absolutely cannot ignore.
Every little detail in this wedding was meticulous, and the result: lavish. The invitations were hand written, buckets of flowers overflowed her kitchen and dining room, the sanctuary grand and light-drenched, the colors soft and subtle.
Lizzie and I met on Couch Surfing. My Austin guy and I wanted to squeeze in a quick weekend trip to see each other during the fall, and Lincoln, NE was halfway between his seminary in Minneapolis and my place in Oklahoma City. After scrutinizing a dozen or so profiles, I sent Lizzie a message, to which she quickly sent an affirming response.
We spent 2 nights at her Lincoln home and got to know her a little in the process. She was the proud owner of a collection of theology books, a lover of red wine, and engaged to her college sweetheart. And she found out I was a wedding photographer.
Not long after our November rendezvous, an inquiring email showed up in my inbox, and I had the thrill to drive up and photograph that cold March marriage (Lizzie was an unbelievable trooper through these – it was cold and windy outside but she stuck it out with a smile!) and I’m SO excited to finally show off the product.
Beautiful, Anna. Two favs are the one(s) of her standing on the radiator(?) box thing in the window and the old man wiping his eyes during the ceremony. Fab job! 🙂
Thank you! I LOVE all the hallway shots. It’s actually a concrete ventilation-thingy. I’m addicted to gorgeous window light!