Mariah & Tyler // Wedding
They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but you would be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t appreciate the aesthetic of Mariah & Tyler’s wedding day. From a historic venue, to quotes from classic literature, to delicate details, this wedding had all the editorial vibes. But even more than the beauty on the surface, Mariah & Tyler’s wedding celebrated the heartfelt commitment they hold for each other, from the misty eyes at the ceremony to the goofy dances during the reception.
When the time came for Mariah & Tyler to share their first look, they wanted it to be just the two of them—no onlookers from the other room or standing at the door. Mariah is so on top of things and loves when things go according to plan, and Tyler is more go with the flow and playful at every turn.
To see them during their first look where they were on a similar emotional level, during which they were not Mariah & Tyler as two separate people and personalities, but Mariah & Tyler as a couple, was so special! They were even more beautiful together than they were apart. We loved this intimate moment.
The sentiment carried though their bride and groom portraits and then came to an abrupt halt when the rest of the bridal party rolled up. This group was ready to party! From that point on (save when Mariah & Tyler exchanged their vows—during which the entire room was tearing up, ourselves included!), there was much celebration and revelry.
We are so thankful to have been a part of Mariah & Tyler’s day! Congratulations to our newest newlyweds!
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Photography: Matt Erickson Photography | Venue: The Historic Onesto | Dress: Morilee | Bridal Shop: Linde's Bridal | Bridesmaid Dresses: The Perfect Bride | Tuxes: American Commodore | Floral Artist: Cathy Cowgill Flowers | Cake Artist: Peace, Love, and Little Donuts | Hair Artist: Sheer Professionals | Entertainment: On the Mic Entertainment | Film Processing: Photovision Prints |