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2014 Most Memorable: Moments

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Even if you experience your wedding as the most beautiful blur of happy emotions, there will be moments that stand out in your memory, clear as day, for years to come. Below are a few of the moments that stood out for us this year, and that we know must be imprinted on the minds and hearts of these couples.

Jill stepping into her vintage ride, on the way to meet her high school sweetheart (original post here; photo by 509 Photo)

Cody and Meredith’s giddy excitement at seeing their ceremony set-up for the first time (original post here; photo by The Image is Found)

Kristy and Cory’s emotional processional (original post here; photo by Sara & Rocky)

Sarah and Clint’s joyful ceremony kiss, script flung everywhere! (original post here; photo by Alex Bee)

Katie and Adam rejoicing with their bridal party post-ceremony (original post here; photo by Kati Mallory)

Hayden and Logan enjoying the company of their brand-new spouse (original post here; photo by Tucker Images)

We were surprised as anyone to see Waffle House star as a meaningful and sentimental detail in a 2014 wedding, but LaKisha and Brent’s WH snack definitely counted as memorable! (original post here; photo by CWF Photography)

Lauren and Casey’s first dance dance as husband and wife, which took place in the same ballroom as their first ever dance (original post here; photo by Whitebox Photo)

Sarah and Chris’s rice toss exit (original post here; photo by Rachel May)

Chelsea and Will’s dance to close out their reception, under the string lights (original post here; photo by Katherine Birkbeck)

Rachel May, Whitebox Photo, Tucker Images, Kati Mallory, and The Image is Found are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Caitlin Sullivan reply

    Stunning! I love the grooms face when he sees his bride for the first time!

  2. avatar liam smith photography reply

    always interesting to revisit old posts and see how wedding photography has changed over the years. the photograph by Tucker jumps out as being timeless

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