What’s to say about Paul and Chloe that I didn’t already say in this post?
This past May, John and I had the honor of shooting my best friend’s little brother’s wedding (how’s that for making you think on a Friday, woah.)
I had never been to the Norris Damn State Park, but it only took a few seconds for us to realize why Paul and Chloe loved it so much. In fact, I asked Chloe what sold her on this venue, and she said she remembered going to summer camps here. She would have “pretend weddings” (don’t even act like you didn’t do that too, we all did) and had a feeling she’d one day get married here IRL (in real life, for those of you who also had to google those three letters.)
The ceremony was held at an amphitheater made of stone. The aisle was lined with lanterns and twine rapped bottles that held baby’s breath. It was a precious DIY wedding that all came together by the hard work of both Paul and Chloe and their families. They are so very loved.
Paul and Chloe didn’t see each other before their ceremony, but planned a large portion of time immediately following the ceremony for bride and groom portraits.
Now would be a good time to wrap up my rambling, and also warn you that you WILL NEED a tissue or two for this one, guys.
Paul and Chloe, thanks again for letting us capture these moments for you! We love you!