Dylan and Becca’s wedding day was my first time at Triple T Farms and it was the most beautiful day! When I arrived the bridesmaids were helping Becca get ready and I had the chance to explore just a little before the day really got started.
I loved shooting Becca’s details, the lavender in the bouquet, her lavender shoes, even her fingernails! She had really used that pop of color so well and it tied everything together perfectly.
Dylan and Becca decided to do a first look and please make sure you scroll down and see his reaction to her, it was the best! I always love that moment when the nerves bubble seems to pop and my bride and groom get to spend the rest of the day together. Dylan was absolutely excited to see his bride!
Small sidenote: I have known Dylan for as long as I can remember (think: family summer vacations at the beach) so it was honestly SO surreal to see him get married.
Their ceremony was incredibly heartfelt and family focused. Becca’s dad paused as he gave her away and said some very sweet words to his new son-in-law. Dads giving their daughters away, I cannot imagine what they are feeling. It was very apparent how loved Dylan is by Becca’s family and how happy they were to be adding him to their family.
The reception space at Triple T Farms is so neat! There is a barn that has beautiful chandeliers, a neat outdoor space surrounded by silos, and plenty of outdoor visiting area. Such a dreamy place for a bride looking for a venue with a southern feel!
I snagged Dylan and Becca for a few minutes during the reception for sunset pictures and it was hands down one of the dreamiest golden hour spots I’ve ever shot! The open field and the sun barely popping over the trees, it was perfect.
Dylan and Becca, thank you so much for having me be a part of your day! It was wonderful in every way possible and such an honor to work with you!