Everyone, meet Mimi and Trey!
They are two extremely sweet people who also have the world’s best smiles and I couldn’t have been happier to photograph their wedding last month! Their wedding day fell on National Star Wars Day (May the Fourth Be With You) so they completed the experience with a light sabers guard and Princess Leia and Hans Solo cake toppers! Loved it! :D
It was an extremely windy day. That’s actually quite the an understatement. ;) (P.S. Where’s Waldo?)
A messy counter is a necessary component of a well put-together bride! ;) Also, I think all messy counters should contain a copy of a Terry Pratchett book. Just makes life a better place!
Mimi’s mother made both her dress and Mimi’s wedding dress by hand without a pattern. I just think that’s the bee’s knees! I’ve only had a small handful of brides that have worn handmade or custom dresses and I gotta say, I just think it’s a wonderful and unique thing. Kudos!
Absolutely loved photographing in this church! The wonderful amount of natural light pouring in really added to the sweet ambiance of the ceremony.
Such a wonderfully fun wedding party! Thanks guys, for cracking me up the whole time we were standing out in the crazy intense wind!
Love prepared people! When a thread came loose at the hem of Mimi’s dress during the family portraits, her mother was ready with a sewing kit to mend it in a blink of an eye! ;)
Wasn’t Mimi just the most gorgeous bride? And I know I mention this every single time, but I’m so in love with birdcage veils!
And Trey was quite the debonair looker, too! ;)
Mimi and Trey have THE best smiles! How can you not smile right back at the photo below?
Reception time! Loved the cake setup – they bought the little cake at the top from La Baguette, and the cupcakes on the remaining tiers were made by two of Mimi’s younger brothers earlier in the day. And they were mighty delicious, too!
Mimi made the two cake toppers herself! I love the unique little details throughout their wedding. And I love my crafty brides!
YESSS! How fun are they? All weddings should have light saber fights, by the way. ;)
Mimi and Trey were completely made for each other, and I wish them all the best happiness in their marriage! :)
Hair and Makeup … Elisa Lugo, Mimi’s ”MoH of Awesome” :)
Nails … Nail Work and Spa in Midwest City
Flowers … Sam’s Club
Ceremony and Reception Venue … St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church
Ceremony Music … Adam Pajan
Cake and Cupcakes … Cake from La Baguette, Cupcakes made by family
Wedding Dress … Handmade by Mimi’s mother