Dianna and Mike are simply rad. There's no other way to say it. When they told us about their concept for their engagement shoot with bright coloured powder paint, we were so excited. I love it when people ditch tradition for their own unique outlook on the world.
Their wedding was both traditional and funky. From Dianna's vintage blue shoes to Mike's funky bow tie and socks, I knew this was going to be a day of non conformity.
You couldn't have asked for a nicer fall day. The temperatures warm and the skies blue. Mike's daughter Emily was incorporated in every part of the day. She was Dianna's maid of honour. During the ceremony they all exchanged roses to symbolize the union of their new family. And there were many, many happy tears shed.
Knollwood Golf and Country Club made the perfect backdrop for their ceremony and reception. The wedding party was so much fun to work with and I loved how intimate the barn felt during dinner and cocktail hour.
Simply two of the sweetest people we have ever worked with, we wish you both nothing but the best life together and want to congratulate your new official family!
We love you. Hope you enjoy the sneak peeks.
"Wear your heart on your skin in this life"