Wake Forest outdoor wedding photographer — Megan and Trey

Historic Wake Forest wedding venue bride and groom

Trey and Megan

 

It’s taken me a long time, but I’ve finally gotten around to posting Megan’s and Trey’s beautiful outdoor May wedding at Crenshaw Hall in Wake Forest. I met Megan at The Wedding Show in Raleigh last January, and I was excited when she asked me to be her wedding photographer. I knew from all the plans Megan described to me made that everything would be incredible. I didn’t get to meet Trey until our engagement photo session at Duke Gardens, but I had such fun with them, I knew the wedding would be great. They are really a fun, relaxed couple, and that made all the wedding photography so easy.

 

The day of the wedding greeted us with rain, but fortunately the sun came out and dried everything up in time for the ceremony. May in the South can be steamy, but the blooming flowers and green grass made for beautiful outdoor wedding photos. The grounds and the historic Wake Forest venue are spectacular and provided the perfect backdrop for the day. And after the ceremony, the reception moved to the tent on the lawn, where the party really got started. As you can see from the photos, Megan and Trey have some great friends who were ready to party. It was great to see everyone have such an awesome time.

 

Normally, I would end a post with photos from the couple’s exit, but there was one wedding photo we didn’t get to capture the day of the ceremony. Trey is a Marine, and we really tried to get a photo of him and Megan in his uniform; unfortunately, time wasn’t on our side. So, I met up with them at Umstead Park a few weeks later so we could make sure we had those important photos. I also love how Megan did her hair differently and wore a flower garland for these couple photos. They are some of my favorites.

 

Megan and Trey, you guys rock. I had such a great time at the wedding and hope you enjoy all your photos. Also, be sure to check out Megan’s bridal session at Duke Gardens. They are, in a word, amazing. And thanks to Garry Eller for assisting with photos on the wedding day.

 

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