Haley and Carl

Filed in Wedding  /  June 14, 2018 /

WELL. What a weekend! Haley and Carl’s Stifel Theatre wedding was much anticipated, and it absolutely didn’t disappoint. Is there anything more iconic than getting married at one of the most beautiful venues in St. Louis, where so many iconic artists have played?

If you are a regular around the blog, you may recognize Haley and Carl from their engagement photos from this spring! They met in college in their political science class, parted ways, but then reunited a while later. When I first met Haley over the phone, she was still working in Portland. Long distance is finally over though, and she’s now with Carl in Indianapolis. But the next chapter will be even better: marriage.

I’ve said it before, but one of my favorite parts of being a wedding photographer is seeing all the love that’s poured into each couple. All of Haley and Carl’s favorite people were there to celebrate them all weekend long. I especially love hearing toasts from parents, friends, and siblings. It’s when you can really feel and hear how important this couple is to one another and to everyone around them. I loved learning how Carl and Haley really balance and bring out the best in one another. And just by seeing them around their family, I could tell how important it was to them.

Other than being filled with love, this wedding was GORGEOUS. I don’t even know if I can properly describe it other than to just tell you to look at the photos. So many amazing details and florals everywhere you looked. Saturday’s wedding really was a dream team who made Haley and Carl’s Stifel Theatre wedding come to life.

I am so honored to have been apart of this wedding weekend, and to now know Haley and Carl.

Ceremony and Reception:  Stifel Theatre wedding |   Planner: Alred Weddings   |   Invitations: OnThree Designs  |   Tux: Indochino  |   Dress: Bhldn  |   Florals: Les Bouquets    |   Hair and Makeup: DanielleStyle |  Cake: McArthur Cakes   |   Band: Lustrelights  |  Videography: WholeStreet   |  Photography: Jacoby Andrick with  Jacoby Photo & Design    |  Second Shooter: Jaimie Nicole Krause

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