When Katherine reached out to me about shooting her wedding, I got really giddy. She was warm and kind from the get-go and she said she loved that I captured lots of personal and emotional moments that happen at a wedding. I knew she was my kind of gal from that moment on and prayed that she would choose me to shoot her wedding!
I feel so incredibly honored to have captured Katherine and Nick becoming husband and wife because they have such a beautiful and enduring love. Their story really is one that makes you believe more in the idea that we are destined for that “one person!” Nick’s family moved to Biloxi from New Jersey when he was starting 6th grade, and the teacher happened to put them in the same table group. Katherine remembers thinking that he was so cute and she even joked with a friend that she would date him one day (!!!). They ended up becoming good friends, and Katherine’s mom told me that she thought a few times, “why doesn’t Nick ask Katherine out?” during that time! Nick finally asked her out their junior year, and after an amazing first date kayaking to Deer Island, they were virtually inseparable. They are both incredibly kind people with mutual love for family, others, adventures, and spontaneity (and their Jeep Wagoneer, Alice!) How can their future not be full of SO many good things?!?
So so happy for you two and I can’t wait to see where life takes you!
Biggest thanks ever to my second shooter, Nikole Muffler!
Bride getting ready location: The Roost
Church: St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Ocean Springs
Reception: Marine Education Center, Ocean Springs
Hair: Kim David
Florist: Melissa England
Caterer: Scranton’s Restaurant and Catering
Band: Hub City Sound Machine