Weddings have looked a little different this year…call me crazy, but I’m loving it! Yup, you heard me right – I love capturing intimate weddings! Megan and Ned’s minimony at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Ann Arbor was simple, sweet, and beautiful. It wasn’t what they originally planned, but they were still able to have a day focused on their love, faith, commitment, family and friends.

Megan and Ned were both on the track team at Brown University and met during team practice, they started dating way back in 2012! When Ned graduated a few years back, he had a year left of college running eligibility and ran his 5th year at the University of Michigan, which brought the two of them to Ann Arbor.

Ned proposed to Meg last May at her 5 year college reunion. The weekend started with a fun outdoor Campus Dance on the college green with paper lanterns and multiple dance floors. On Saturday, after meeting up with some track friends for breakfast, Ned suggested they go to a favorite campus spot. It was a gorgeous, sunny, spring afternoon, and this is where Ned pulled out a ring and popped the question!

When COVID altered their wedding plans, Megan and Ned remained committed to getting married and being able to bring together their closest family and loved ones to celebrate. For their minimony, Megan wore a dress with a beautiful lace train from White Arbor Bridal and Tom Thompson Flowers arranged lovely blue and white bouquets and florals. I absolutely loved that they focused on their details, but most importantly that they focused on what’s truly important at a wedding – their marriage!

Megan and Ned, it was an absolute privilege to be a part of your wedding day; to capture your once-in-a-lifetime memories, and to meet and celebrate with your family and friends. I am honored to be your Wedding Photographer and your Forever Photographer – I can’t wait to capture all the memories to come!