Scott | Teagan
Photojournalistic, fine art, poetic and full of feeling.
Upon finishing this set of artistic, storytelling wedding images, I found myself pushing my chair back, smiling in delight and in my office clapping by myself. I am so pleased to present these frozen moments that successfully tell a story which is saturated with feeling and meaning—pictures that transfer the joy and prove life's goodness.
Our favorite things about this wedding?
-Rachel, the beautiful maid of honor who doubles as Selah's favorite graphic designer on staff. She and Teagan made the little details of the day including the cloth flowers and hair pieces.
-The reception took place in the Rococo Theater downtown Lincoln. The historic theater houses elegance, class and history. This was one of the most unique and personal receptions I have witnessed. From the personalized songs for the wedding party to the survivor game to the video grams, this celebration was about the happy couple and everyone who has been a part of their journey.
- The sparrow theme—traced across the women's jewelry—was taken from Matthew 10:29-31: "Not even a sparrow, worth only half a penny, can fall to the ground without your Father knowing it. And the very hairs on your head are all numbered. So don’t be afraid; you are more valuable to Him than a whole flock of sparrows."
-Books served as centerpieces and other details, which provided insight into the couple's interests, and it also served as a great backdrop for the photographs.
-Ruby Begonia's—Whintey's favorite vintage store—was around the corner from the reception venue. I am thankful that the wedding wasn't earlier in the day, otherwise Whitney's diner break would have taken place at Ruby's.
-Ruben—the Tex Mex groomsman who will always love us and NEVER returns phone calls.
Scott and Teagan's wedding day was truly a celebration of a love story. We are so thankful to have been a part of this experience with you both.
If you plan on watching the video, make sure you have time. I just watched it ten times in a row. This one's kind of addicting.
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