To kick off the beginning of 2021, I enjoyed a beautiful day with Natalie and James, and I feel very grateful that I was able to celebrate with them. Like so many others this year, their wedding was originally scheduled for May of 2020 and had to be re-scheduled due to the pandemic. But they made the best of it and it turned out wonderfully!
What I remember the most is the RAIN! I have never experienced such a downpour on the day of a wedding, but they were prepared. The venue, Goodwood Museum and Gardens, had a gorgeous back-up plan space that was thankfully covered!
Side Note: always make sure that you have a plan in place in case it rains!
As a nod to their military background, James wore his Marine uniform and Natalie's wedding dress was actually ordered from a boutique that specifically supports military families. The couple used James's sabre to cut the wedding cake!
As you sift through their gorgeous wedding day pictures below, make sure to check out my antique couch! They rented it for the day as a prop - I have many props that you can choose from and use either during your wedding day, boudoir, or branding photo shoot!
Thank you, Natalie and James, for allowing me to capture all of your beautiful wedding day moments!
The Bride & Groom!