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amanda’s downhome bridal session

I’m going way back for this post, whose intended reveal was slated after Amanda and Guy’s big day. In the hustle and bustle of editing their wedding images, these lovely pictures of the beautiful bride didn’t find their way to the blog…until now!

I met up with Amanda and her family at her grandparent’s home. She wanted to incorporate this incredible barn into her images, as it’s been a part of the families property for some 100 years. How awesome! I love “props” with meaning! Amanda looked stunning in her Lazaro gown, especially juxtaposed by the old wood.

Next, we crossed over the street to spend a few moments in the family grove. I love the bright pops of color which the oranges provide!

Some of my favorites.

Amanda is full of adventure and had scouted out a few extra locations to use before we closed out our time together, including railroad tracks, the sign marking the area where she grew up and then of course, one awesome engine! It was such a blast capturing Amanda in locations that were so meaningful to her and her family!

Continued best wishes to Amanda and Guy!

August 16, 2011 - 11:01 am

jeanie prevatt - awesome as always!!!

August 15, 2011 - 9:21 pm

Sharon - Gorgeous! Looks like home!!

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