One of the best parts of the recent Pop-up Wedding was the level of emotion. I love photojournalistic wedding photography and Carolyn and Ryan‘s ceremony was filled with raw and sincere feelings worth capturing.
Photojournalistic wedding photography
One of the components of The Pop-up Wedding was to allow the amazing wedding vendors there to demonstrate their best work to guests brides. Yes, The Inn looked elegant, the flowers were breathtaking, and the dress was perfect, but that all went out the window during Ryan’s heartfelt vows to Carolyn. As he said the words, I looked around the room and everywhere I turned, people were dabbing their eyes.
It felt so good to know that it wasn’t just a wedding show. It was an authentic milestone for Carolyn and Ryan, and one that inspired everyone in attendance. I hope she doesn’t mind, but I’m going to quote one of the wedding vendors when she said…
“I thought it was so heartfelt and amazing what he said… I hope every person has a chance to experience the kind of love those two have for each other and their beautiful baby girls“!
Congratulations to Carolyn and Ryan!
Photojournalistic wedding photography: Tara Whittaker Photography
Boutique hotel and wedding venue: Kensington Riverside Inn
Wedding Planner – Kari Bedford from Knot Planning
Floral Design – Fleurish Flower Shop
Bridal Fashion Boutique – Frocks
Men’s Fashion – Ed Williams Menswear
Vintage fashions – A Vintage Affair
DJ – Pez Productions
Children’s fashions – The Hawthorne Tree
Jewelry – EVS Ellinor Stenroos
Stationer – Creative Finch
Patisserie – Yann Haute Patisserie
Commissioner: Abby Charchun
Hair and make-up artist: The Art of Beauty by Lyana Gibert
Event Rentals: Special Event Rentals
“It felt so good to know that it wasn’t just a wedding show” – pictures definitely showed that. What a great experience for everyone. Congrats!