Congratulations to Mr. + Mrs. Lewis!! So much laughter filled the air for their big day. When I arrived I found Micah curling John’s sister’s hair. Micah already had her hair and makeup finished so she enjoyed relaxing and helping others get ready. John and his family got ready in the cabin on the other side of the pond. He even caught a fish for a measure of wedding day luck!
After Micah made a tearful walk down the aisle. Their officiant (a close family member) wrapped the ceremony around the theme of two is better than one, and three is not easily overcome. Then Micah and John braided the three cords together to represent their unity and commitment to each other and God. This visual is so important because we can forget that we are on the same team.
Micah and John are not afraid of the camera! I love all the candid moments they had during their husband and wife portraits. Their excitement for each other and their friends and family show in every image.
It was such a fun party with so many past and current couples I have the honor to serve! I knew there would be endless dancing! Over the years, I have become familiar with Micah and John because they’ve been at so many weddings I have photographed. I learned quickly that I could count on them to fill any dance floor. With that same contagious enthusiasm their guests hit the dance floor song after song.
The celebration wasn’t over after their sparkler exit. Scroll all the way down to see where we went after their reception!
Everyone was so dull…no personality at all….zero fun 😉
With Micah and John’s original wedding plans in Downtown Greer, Micah dreamed about night portraits on Trade Street. After their wedding, we visited the newly renovated Greer Station! These lights have to be the best thing ever!!!
There were so many helping hands, I know this list is not complete. Everyone pulled off an amazing celebration – even with all the curve balls covid and a venue change threw at them.