Last weekend I had the honor of photographing Margeaux & Denver’s wedding. Although he is not in uniform for the wedding, Denver serves in the navy as a pilot. He just got back from deployment about a month ago. What is even more amazing is that 2 of his 3 brothers (all the groomsmen are his brothers) also do the same for the navy. They all have wives and families and yet they feel the need to serve and protect our country. So firstly, I want to thank them for EVERYTHING they do. Also a big thank you to Margeaux and all other military wives/families for sharing their families for our freedom.
Their wedding was at St. Ambrose cathedral downtown and reception was located in the AMAZINGLY beautiful Embassy Club in the Ruan Center. It was a cold winter day, but they braved the weather for photos and I think it paid off! Margeaux and Denver, thank you again for letting me share in your special day. It truly was beautiful!
Beautiful images and beautiful couple! The getting ready shots are so sweet, th church is gorgeous, and the reception looks like a lot of fun!
Such beautiful pictures.
Congratulations Margeaux and Denver
i adore this wedding, but i’m especially drawn to the B&G portraits. you knocked them out of the park!!!
Like whoa Amanda. That is an insanely gorgeous couple, such beautiful portraits!
Really great portraits of them – great job!
She is absolutely stunning!!
All I can say is WOW! Amazing dress, amazing location and you are amazing! Great job… absolutely gorgeous!
Wow this is a gorgeous bride and wedding. I love the portraits of them outside.
The bride so beautiful, great photography too you really caught the emotion of the day!
LOVE the dress frames!
These photos are beautiful! I am so happy they found you.
Beautiful, Amanda! The all white shot of the bride getting ready is freaking amazing!
really really really like these photos! I love seeing all the little details, great job 🙂
Stunning getting ready shots. Love all of the details. Our favorite are the portraits of the bride and groom kissing with the sun behind them…great work!