Preston and Charisse seemed like they’d already been married for years when we first met them. Watching the way they interacted, you got the feeling that both of them were totally comfortable with one another and they played off each other’s strengths. It was very apparent that we were going to have a great time when the wedding day rolled around, and I wasn’t disappointed.
It was a day of firsts for us.
1. First time to shoot in Wynne, Arkansas.
2. First time to finish the wedding day while Trisha and I both wore shorts. (we were in a wheat field and it was hot)
3. First time to have the brake lights go out on our car while we were on the road. (that wasn’t too fun)
Charisse brought two dresses with her for her bridal portraits, because she wanted some non-traditional portraits in locations that she really didn’t care to wear her actual wedding dress. So, here are a few of her bridal portraits and a couple from their engagement session.
Preston’s groomsmen gave him one of the funniest gifts I’ve seen in a long time… possibly ever. A wedding night survival pack of sorts.