“A sky full of stars and he was staring
I look to my couples as my source of inspiration. What does that mean you might ask? Simply put, the more I get to know my bride & groom the more I’m inspired by them. I gain insight into their relationship, their likes, personal aesthetic and overall vision they have for their wedding day. But even if I’ve photographed at their particular venue a hundred times before, it allows me to see the wedding day through their eyes. As a result, the imagery is more natural to the couple and full of real moments that they will cherish for a lifetime.
It was amazing to document, share and celebrate with N & A on their wedding day. Overall, there were three days, three locations, tons of guests and a sprawling wedding ceremony & reception layout! This wedding wasn’t short on logistical moving parts to be honest. But Cranbrook Art Museum could handle it all. I thrive in those situations, however and don’t sweat those details. Along with my team, there were many wedding professionals to make sure the couple didn’t have to work for anything. Which leads me to another point; I don’t believe couples should ‘work’ on their wedding day. They shouldn’t have to ask, “where should we go” & “what time should we leave.” That’s my job and I happily guide my couples through their day.
I’m so happy to share this event with you and hope you feel the love they shared not only with each other but everyone at their wedding! It was a stunning, South Asian, Indian wedding at Cranbrook Art Museum. Along with their family & friends the couple brought together two cultures at one of our most beautiful locations in Michigan. This culminated in a true celebration of love!