teaghan + patrick

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It seems like I’ve been working on this post for weeks. I don’t usually have this much trouble, but there were SO many good shots that I wanted to include, and I just couldn’t make up my mind. Admittedly, I am a perfectionist, and it can get a bit ridiculous at times. When we’re editing the images from a wedding, we literally look at every single one, to make sure we didn’t miss anything; but, sometimes, I can get caught up on one photo for hours. I will sit there for hours at a time, making changes and undoing them, until I get the magical formula just right. Ben will occasionally walk by, every 45 minutes or so, see me gnawing furiously on my fingernails, shake his head and walk away. I think he’s learned by now that there’s no point in saying anything to me when I’m in my own little editing world…

So after a few friendly arguments, and couple of knife fights (no, no…just kidding), we are finally ready to post this amazing wedding! Teaghan and Patrick’s ceremony was a little bit different than the norm (which is always good in my opinion). They were already married before they had this ceremony, so they got ready together, rode over in a limo together, and walked down the aisle together…it was SO adorable! Their ceremony was in the tiniest chapel I think I’ve ever seen, and it was a packed house. This first image of them walking into the chapel is one that I lost a few good fingernails on, but I love the way it turned out.

buffalo wedding photo

Teaghan and Patrick’s adorable son!! (He was waiting patiently for the ceremony to begin!)
son photo

Walking down the aisle together…
Walking down the aisle together…

…and a few of our favorite ceremony shots. I had to include this one (even though I’m in it) because the expression on the face of this front row guest had me cracking up.
ceremony shot

ceremony shot

'i do' photo

church photo

I love these moments that I was able to capture during the “receiving line!”
receiving line!


happy photo

Their adorable chapel + some of Ben’s fabulous fish-eye work…
chapel fish eye photo

chapel photo

The reception was at the Pearl Street Grill & Brewery. Their reception spaces are so beautiful, that they almost require no decorating whatsoever; just classic gorgeousness everywhere you look.
Pearl Street Grill & Brewery

Grill & Brewery photo

Grill & Brewery photo

…and super-cool beer taps!
super-cool beer taps photo

I loved everything about this cake. Monogramming is so elegant (especially when it’s made of sugar and butter!)
cake monogramming photo

beautiful flowers

beautiful cake

cake bites

first dance

They were adorable during their “first dance.” They just looked so happy to be with each other!
first dance

first dance

first dance photo

A sweet silhouette version of the dance…
silhouette version of the dance

Patrick and his mom…
Patrick and his mom...

…and Teaghan and her dad!
Teaghan and her dad

Their bride and groom portrait session was awesome, which of course, made it incredibly difficult for us to choose the best shots for the blog. I don’t think I knew that I was in-love with night-time weddings until I saw how these turned out. This one is my favorite. Supermodel spectacular…
bride and groom portrait

bride and groom portrait

bride and groom shot

Have I overused the word “adorable” throughout this post? I guess I may have, but is there any better word to use when you happen to catch a shot like this??

adorable photo

wedding photo

wedding photo

Teaghan was the most relaxed, easy-going bride we’ve had in ages. The only request she had was that we get a shot of her and her brother together, so I wanted to include it in the post!
the most relaxed, easy-going bride

A bird’s-eye view of Teaghan getting bustled…
bird’s-eye view

…and, of course, nothing gets a party started like a little “Livin’ on a Prayer.”
Livin' on a Prayer

Livin' on a Prayer

This “dancing legs” picture was a total accident, but I became obsessed with it. Somehow, it looks like abstract art to me, and I kind of love it. (Oh, and whoever’s legs those are in the center of the picture, rockin’ the black patent leather stilettos, I hope you thank your lucky stars everyday. I would kill for legs like that…)
abstract photo 'dancing legs'

More of our favorite dancing shots…
dancing shot

dancing shot

girls dancing

I don’t know why I love this, but I do ?

We’ll end this post with another favorite from the bride-and-groom portrait session. Both of you look ridiculously stunning here!
bride-and-groom portrait photo

Teaghan and Patrick, we are honored to have been a part of your wedding day. You are an amazing couple, and you totally made us feel like we were guests at your wedding, instead of working at it! We can’t wait to show you the rest of your photos! Thank-you so much for everything; it was wonderful to meet you, and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

  • Heidi Perla SAYS...

    The pictures you have taken of there wedding are so beautiful you have found a way to capture there love in such a special and memorable way…..I love your creative style and this is exactly what I am looking for in a wedding photographer….please email me with your number so I can contact you…..To the bride and groom you both look so happy congrats and cheers to many more memeorable moments that will happen in your lives together :)