September 30, 2020
I can finally say that I have photographed a destination wedding in Tuscany….
….If I am being honest, I am so stinking proud of it.
And not even just because of the location…. It was one of my best friends who got married. I met Stacey 6 years ago all thanks to a small military spouse group. I do not talk to many ladies from the group and even though Stacey and I don’t talk everyday, I still feel very close to her. We finally met in person after 5 years last summer and then she came up to Germany for Thanksgiving. She told me while she was visiting that she was getting to know someone special. I talked to Lance on the phone twice and I knew they were a good match.
Stacey told me they pushed up the wedding to September 5th and asked if I was still able to make. I immediately sprung into action getting most of my homework done, got the car fixed up, recruited my friend Erica to make the trip with me, and left on September 3rd! It was a busy week but I wouldn’t change it for the world!
The second Stacey told me that they were getting married at a castle, I knew it was going to feel like a fairytale. Stacey managed to get everything planned from the venue to florist and everything in-between planned in 5 days. INSANE.
It was such an honor to capture Lance + Stacey’s wedding day and I wish you both nothing but the best and a lifetime of happiness together!
For more of my favorite weddings and sessions, make sure you are following along on Instagram! If you are planning your own destination wedding, possibly in Tuscany, and are still looking for a photographer, make sure to visit my weddings page!
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