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The Crossing at Mervine Kahn Wedding: Emma + Jeremiah

Emma and Jeremiah are longtime friends of ours and I’m beyond excited to share these images from their special day! Jeremiah was a groomsmen in our wedding and watching him marry such a wonderful person was icing on the cake for me. This day was full of laughter, gorgeous florals and beautiful details with plenty of tears sprinkled in. All of my favorite things!!!

They were married at St Joseph Catholic Church and celebrated their reception nearby at The Crossing. This is such a convenient setup and makes travel SO easy! There is SO much I could say about this wedding but my favorite moments center around Emma’s impeccable taste. She chose the most BEAUTIFUL spot to get ready and have portraits done and I’m literally going to be obsessed with these images forever. Everything was styled to perfect including her shoes (my fav!) from BHLDN!

Emma shared the sweetest first look with her dad…and that teary look didn’t leave his face all day. So precious. I loved being able to photograph the entire wedding party at such a beautiful location. Everything came together so amazingly well! Thankful for Emma’s easygoing nature and complete trust in me and my vision for this day.

Congratulations, Emma and Jeremiah!! This is certainly a day we will never forget!

Venue | The Crossing at Mervine Khan

Dress | Southern Bridal

Bridesmaids | Azazie

Tuxes | Mary Ellen’s Tux Shop

Caterer | The Crossing at Mervine Khan

Florist | Petals and Pots

Hair Artist | Leigha Gildersleeve

Makeup Artist | Megan Cassedy

Band | Louisiana Red

Videographer | Time Tales Media

Invitations | Lowry’s

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