Vue Columbus LGBTQ Wedding: John + Kyle

John + Kyle came to me through their good friends Sarah + Annette, whose 2018 wedding I also shot at Vue Columbus! I can’t describe how fun it was to return, this time with so many familiar faces! John and Kyle are truly an amazing couple, two genuinely wonderful humans, and I felt so honored to a part of their downtown summer wedding! It was a hot August day but these two kept their cool!

We began our day at the AC Hotel in downtown Columbus. After each side got ready, we staged their first look on the rooftop there – with a perfect view of downtown, it was a fitting way to kick off the day! From there we headed to Schiller Park for portraits with their wedding party, where their pups met us for a few portraits. Before heading to the next location, the couple stopped at Lindey’s Restaurant in German Village for a quick drink on the patio. It was a hot day but also, it is truly a beautiful thing to carve out a little quiet time for just the two of you on your wedding day! We continued onto Scioto Mile before ending our trip at our venue for the rest of the day – Vue Columbus!

Their ceremony that followed was one of the most meaningful and real moments I’ve seen – John and Kyle wanted to highlight mental health and how hard they’ve worked for their love, and so they asked their therapist to marry them. Beautiful and genuine beyond words.

Once married, it was time to celebrate! And boy did this group know how to party! After their first dance, dinner, toasts (some of the best and funniest I’ve heard) and cake cutting (and escaping for some sunset photos!), the dance floor was packed till the end of the night, with the Conspiracy Band playing the tunes. We ended the night with a sparkler exit!

Congratulations to John and Kyle!!

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Amy Ann Photography

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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