Amanda + Tyler {Robinson, Illinois Wedding Photographer}

1/09/2018


Amanda + Tyler's wedding was absolutely gorgeous and I was so happy to be a part of their day! 


Thanks to Jennifer Coleson for second shooting for me! Amanda + Tyler wanted to wait to see each other at the ceremony, so Jennifer hung out with Tyler and the groomsmen while I photographed Amanda and the bridesmaids.













A gift from her parents.



Amanda + Tyler are both big Cardinals fans.





Their reception was at Stoney Ridge, so we went there for the bridal portraits. Isn't she beautiful?







See? BIG Cardinals fan!




Even though they didn't want a first look, they did want a couple minutes to talk before the ceremony.


First look with her dad!












We only had a small window of time to get these photos after the ceremony because the sun was going down and we also still needed to do the family photos. So we took their party bus to a nearby park and got these portraits done pretty quick - I think we were only there for about 20 minutes. This is another time that Jennifer was a huge help! She was able to take photos from different angles so they got more photos in the same amount of time and she helped get everyone together for the group shots.














This was my first time photographing at Stoney Ridge. I loved the venue, as well as the planner, Lyndie Howard. She was great to work with and made sure all the vendors were taken care of so we could do our jobs as efficiently as possible. And the decor was gorgeous!













If you're looking for a wedding (or family) photographer in the Wabash Valley or surrounding areas, I'd love to hear from you! Click here to contact me, or go check out my Facebook page or Instagram. Like or follow while you're there!

Florist: Roots
Second Photographer: Jennifer Coleson
DJ: Bernie McGee/Pure Entertainment
Catering: Edibles
Cake: Tiers of Elegance
Videographer: Envisionary Media
Planner: Magnolia Moments
Reception venue: Stoney Ridge

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