I met Heather almost a year ago, as I reluctantly wandered into my first House Church one Wednesday night. I'd been attending Ethos Church for a while and was excited to have the opportunity to make new friends in this smaller group setting, but walking into the home of someone you don't know filled with people you don't know is intimidating, even for this extrovert. I'm so thankful for Heather and all the girls (and guys) that God led me to through that group. For me, the best aspect of being part of a tight-knit group like this is celebrating and mourning together our greatest achievements or struggles. Sharing Heather's excitement as she and Cason decided to spend their lives together was great, and it's an honor that she asked me to be their wedding photographer.
We started our session early one Saturday morning, where we went to the Riverfront, then to East Nashville. When weather permitted, we spent an evening at Arrington Vineyards, where Cason had proposed to Heather just a few months prior. I'd never been to Arrington Vineyards, and it's such a gorgeous setting. Our patience with the weather most certainly paid off, too, with low humidity and even almost-cool temperatures. Yes, please. I'm going to have go to out there again soon.
These two have a love that's so excited and so true. It made them naturals in front of a camera, because they were just themselves. I love it when I get to sit back and document their truest moments, and I was able to do just that with Heather and Cason.
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