We arrived at The Cooper Estate a bit early as expected for the Wedding of Meagan and Joshua. It allowed us to take detail and establishing shots ahead of time and gave me a chance to meet Joshua for the first time. The encounter was great and I got to know him to be such an amazing person even in the short span of time. Surely, I said Meagan got a great guy here.
Surely enough when Meagan arrived, I mentioned it to her and she beamed with a smile and proudly stated, “Yeah, isn’t he lovely?”
I’ve learned Meagan has always dreamt of having her wedding at The Cooper Estate. Who wouldn’t wish to wed here? The architecture, the history, and the surrounding were just meant for this rustic elegant wedding Meagan has envisioned all her life. The two forewent with the first look but instead like few couples, they opted to say a prayer for each other instead before the wedding. It was a tear-jerking sight.
Weddings like this are so nice to capture, seeing family and friends unite to make the day special for the bride and groom. Everyone had their own role to make the day a perfect one!
From the moment I saw these two during the preparation, I knew they shared a great bond and love for each other. Surely Jordan was the best fit for the groom’s Best Man.
Meagan looking so glam with this tight-fitted lace gown.
For Meagan and Joshua, saying a prayer before saying “I DO” only acknowledges that God is in control and the center of their marriage.
Having this great crowd of family and friends as their bridal party, made their wedding much more memorable.
Images by: HazeDelight Photography
Wedding Cinematography: DelightMedia
Venue: The Cooper Estate
Catering: Aunt I’s