Fun fact: even if it takes me seven years to blog your gallery, it’s not because I haven’t thought about your wedding. In fact, Leanne and Danny are the perfect example of this. They had a beautiful summer wedding in 2020 at The Obici House in Suffolk, Virginia. And it has been running circles in my brain ever since.
It’s all in the details for me. The way Leanne’s long veil contrasted with the rich wooden tones of the house. How the wedding reception florals were a subtle nod to the beautiful flowers that surrounded the bride and groom as they said “I do.” The sheer variety of images we were able to capture between the impressive white venue and the waterside sunset. It was romantic, a little sexy, and pure love.
And how could it not be? Leanne and Danny brought the fun and the heat when we met up at Windsor Castle for their engagement session. As soon as Danny went for a booty grab, I knew we were gonna have SO much fun. Then, I met up with Leanne for her bridal portraits, and holy freaking bananas. I was obsessed with the veil (and her) and knew it would make for some powerful romantics (scroll the gallery for proof). From the wedding gown details to the peak-a-boo tattoos, Leanne is absolutely gorgeous.
Leanne described Danny as her “biggest cheerleader” and it is such a beautiful truth. They adore one another…and above all of the gorgeous details and flowing veils, that is probably the reason why their wedding keeps popping into my mind. As much as I love the colors and the florals, what I really love is your love. Your authentic, booty smacking, gonna-kiss-you-for-the-rest-of-my life true love. Leanne and Danny have all of that and a side of cute kitties.
What more can a wedding photographer ask for?
Wedding Planner | Mann and Wife
Hair | Dolled Up or Dapper Salon
Catering | The Catering Place
Reception Centerpieces | Pollards Florist
Desserts | Carolina Cupcakery
Photo Booth | Music Makes You Happy
Bridal Gown | Ava Clara Couture Bridal
Bridal Shoes | Nina
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