Sarah + Rory: Columbus Ohio The Vault Wedding Photography

Sarah and Rory’s downtown Columbus wedding was nothing short of gorgeous – every detail was handmade by the couple themselves and their hard work really paid off!

We started our day getting ready at the Residence Inn by Marriott on Gay Street in downtown Columbus. The alleys in the neighborhood provided great backdrops for detail pictures! As soon as both sides were dressed, we did some separates pictures outside. Being mid-November, it was a little chilly, but otherwise sunny and beautiful, and I’ll take it! We had beautiful light in the late afternoon as the sunset, and because Sarah and Rory did not want to see eachother before the wedding, I was very careful about making sure they did not cross paths!

Sarah and Rory did end up seeing eachother for the first time down the aisle, but not before their pups were escorted down the aisle by Sarah’s sister and junior bridesmaid, Madison. The ceremony was sweet and short – only lasting 10 minutes – which afforded us just enough time to have a gorgeous outdoor sparkler exit, followed by couples portraits as the sun set! Then, their entire wedding party joined them for some awesome night shots in an alley just behind the Vault, which were so kickass! It was definitely cold out, and the wedding party was totally down for it all!

The party continued back at the Vault, where the room was flipped for dinner and dancing. Sarah and Rory’s family and friends celebrated all through the evening, and I had a great time as well! Thank you to Sarah and Rory for having me along to capture your fabulous wedding weekend!

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I aim to capture moments and expressions that tell the story of a day, and are authentic to the people involved. If you can look at a collection of images I’ve taken of a total stranger and get a feeling for who they are and what they felt, then I’ve done my job!   

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