I know its springtime now, and we're all tired of winter and all the crap that came with it. But this one was TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE. I loved Natalie and Mike from the second I met them. I know people always say it, but seriously, they're perfect for each other in every single way. Not only that, but they picked just about the raddest venue on the planet to host their 1920's Themed Wedding. A multi-level reception, guests that brought their A-Game in the costume department, and beautiful winter light for days. I'll take it any dang time. HUGE, huge thanks to Jillian Bowes for second shooting this one with me. She's pretty ridiculously good at what she does.
I'm at a loss for words for this one. So cold out, but we got to squeeze the last little bit out of those fall colors. I've said it before, but I'll say it again: love between two people on their way to marriage is one of the coolest things in the world to document. Natalie and Mike have me so stoked for their wedding next month, my last of the year. We ventured around the Rivertown district, Belle Isle, and ended up on the rooftop of a parking garage followed by a 1920's cigar shop complete with shoe-shining station. This session was all win, all the way through.