Here’s another wedding post to make you feel all warm and happy inside. Unless you’re one of those people who hates love and happiness and pretty things…in which case…you can leave now. I’m sort of kidding, but mostly not.
Allan and Cami got married at Tres Suenos Vineyard and Winery earlier this year! Their love story is beautiful, and so was their wedding. The whole day was filled with joy and laughing (lots of laughing), and I cried a little (as usual) during their ceremony. There was tons of dancing at the reception, and at one point I couldn’t find my second-shooter, Brian. Everyone was doing “the wobble” and suddenly I looked down at the photo I had just taken only to find that Brian was dancing with the rest of the guests. That just goes to show you how fun everything was though!
Anyways, enough talk, let’s get to the pretty stuff!
Here’s one of the biggest reasons why I love Tres Suenos: the vineyards make for lovely portraits! I love that Allan and Cami chose this spot for their “first sight.”
They wanted to start off their day by sharing in communion together…this is where I started crying a little.
How sweet are they?
And how gorgeous is Cami?!
I think this is the one “normal” photo I got of the groomsmen. This is one goofy group of guys.
I absolutely love all of the colors with the girls’ dresses and flowers. It went together so well!
Like I said about the guys, we had some goofy people on our hands. I wouldn’t be showing you the real wedding if I didn’t show you some of the craziness.
I’m a sucker for a good generation photo. These are the rings of Cami’s grandmother, mother, two sisters, and Cami. So sweet.
The guests signed a map of Oklahoma as they arrived. I’m all for a guestbook alternative you can display in your home!
Biggest reason number two why I love Tres Suenos: the ceremony site is surrounded by really tall pine trees! It’s so gorgeous.
What’s that? You’re obsessed with the portrait below? Oh good, me too. I thought I was the only one!
Like I said before, lots of dancing=a great reception!
You can’t really see it here, but the place where Allan and Cami did their “getaway” was super dark. So, naturally, all the guest formed two lines and lit the path with their cell phones! It was awesome.
Allan and Cami, thank you for letting me be a part of your special day!