Good morning, friends!
I couldn’t be more excited to share Annah and Tyler’s wedding with you today! These two are complete sweethearts. Their wedding day was completely beautiful, but their love story that started when they were literally kids is even more beautiful.
Annah and Tyler got married at Renaissance Farms in New Durham, NH, a beautiful family owned farm with rolling hills of blueberry fields. It made the most amazing backdrop for their day. Even as Annah got ready in the farmhouse and watched the massive thunderstorm roll in before the ceremony, you couldn’t help but notice the beauty of the mountain range surrounding the home. Thankfully, the storm blew over by ceremony time, and Annah’s dad walked her down the aisle to her groom under the clearest blue skies. Wedding ceremonies always make me tear up a bit behind the lens, but seeing Annah’s dad walk her down the aisle and then also officiate the ceremony was definitely pulling at everyone’s heartstrings a little extra!
Their day was punctuated with special details lovingly made for the couple, including the bouquets that were made by a family friend and the cake that was made by the bride’s grandmother (and super delicious!). Their tented reception followed the ceremony on-site, and they status as one of my favorite couples this season was solidified even more when they brought out the pizza! Can every wedding include pizza, please? 🙂
After a full day of love and hugs, we snuck out into the blueberry fields for a few extra portraits that have become some of my favorite wedding portraits ever! Annah and Tyler, thank you so much for the honor of documenting your beautiful marriage. I hope Lynchburg is treating you well (these rock stars packed up and moved to a different state the day after their wedding!) and that marriage is treating you even better. ❤
Thanks for looking, everyone! I hope you’re all enjoying the beauty of summer. Chris and I have a summer bucket list this year, but so far we’ve only crossed off getting ice cream and floating in a pool! 🙂
PS – Think you might want to be a future Sarah La Croix bride? Send me an email or pop over to the website to get in touch! 🙂