Ellie and Eric

Filed in Wedding  /  June 28, 2019 /

This past weekend, Ellie and Eric held their beautiful summer wedding at Kuhs Farm here in St. Louis.

As the day approached, it looked like we’d be getting a humid and hot day. We prepped as much as we could for an outdoor wedding that would be hot, especially being nearly half way through the pregnancy! I woke up on their wedding day to a torrential, dark and dreary day. Which was not in the forecast. Mother Nature is always so fun in the Midwest, isn’t she?

However, by the time we headed out to Kuhs from the city, the day turned more and more beautiful. It turned out to be a gorgeous summer wedding at Kuhs Farm, overlooking their lush property and the Mississippi river.

Ellie and Eric are such a gem of a couple. When I met them at their engagement session, I instantly loved their carefree attitude and the expressive relationship. It is clear as day that these two are deeply in love. They are sweet, fun, and love each other’s company. At the end of the day, Macklin even commented on how joyful Ellie was, and how fun they were to document. I totally agree.

Ellie and Eric had the most tender and sweet first looks I’ve had the honor to document. They met back-to-back (or booty to booty) and read their letters outloud to one another. Then they turned around to see each other for the first time. There were tears, smiles, and hugs. So much joy.

The day was so special. Filled with family and friends. Dancing. Food. It was all so great. We are so thankful to have been apart of it!

Ceremony and Reception: Kuhs Farm and Estate |   Dress: BHLDN  |    Floral Design: Louisiana Flowers and Gifts |  Hair and Makeup: Kink Hair |  Caterer: Hendri’s  |  Cake: Susie G’s  |  Music: Landolfi Quartet and CJ’s DJs |  Photography: Jacoby Andrick with  Jacoby Andrick Photo

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  1. Sonya Gilbert says:

    Oh my! Gorgeous wedding! Perfect!


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