Asheville Wedding Photographer | Sarah & Kevin

Asheville Wedding Photographer | Sarah & Kevin

Sarah and Kevin’s wedding was absolutely perfect. Even the rain didn’t phase them! It actually created beautiful and vibrant colors outdoors which was great for pictures. They said “I do” in the Grace Episcopal church. The church was small and intimate. The outdoor garden had gorgeous archways and the outside of the church had detailed stonework. It was just what I had imagined when Sarah said they would be having a small wedding with just their children and immediate family. The stained glass in the church allowed for a pop of color during the ceremony. 
 
It was so sweet watching Sarah’s daughters walk her down the aisle! Sarah said, “We’ve both done the “big weddings” before. No need for all that fanfare this time. Just us and family celebrating our love.”
 
They’re both lovers of the outdoors and love to camp! They even got engaged at a campsite after biking the Virginia Creeper! They chose to get married in Asheville because they love the mountains and, in general, Asheville’s vibe. They later had their reception at the Rhubarb, a rustic eatery in Asheville! It was the perfect place to capture this family’s excitement and love towards one another. 
 
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Congratulations to Sarah, Kevin, and their families! We are so grateful that you chose us to photograph the day you became one family.