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Matt and I just got home a couple hours ago from April and Thomas’ wedding celebration, but I couldn’t wait to post a few pics on the blog. This was such a unique day because April and Thomas actually tied the knot last month in an intimate ceremony. So today was the day that they celebrated their marriage with their friends and family!

We had plenty of time to take photos before the bride and groom met up with their guests and April really wanted to go to her father-in-law’s house for a few shots. After seeing the incredibly cool antique tractors in the yard, I understood why! I actually said to Matt “PLEASE let this be the house!” I think I died and went to photography heaven!

April’s father’s house also offered some fun shots, plus the sunset this evening was just amazing! We got plenty of shots of them kissing with the sunlight behind them. I don’t think they minded the kissing, and I didn’t mind being blinded by the sunlight.

I wish I could post ALL of the pictures right now, but I have a sweet high school senior who has been waiting to see the rest of her photos. So for now, I just have a handful to share with you.

April and Thomas, thanks so much for letting us be part of this day! Matt and I had a great time capturing photos of your celebration. Oh, and he now wants a house like your dad’s with tons of land for bonfires! : )

3 Responses to “April & Thomas – Wedding in Glen St. Mary”

  1. Smith08 says:

    OMG!! I love them!! They are beautiful. Thank you so much. You and Matt were wonderful and it was a pleasure to finally meet you both! I can’t wait to see the rest.

  2. Gwendolyn Tundermann Photography says:

    I will see what I can do to get them up before I leave for the holidays. : )

  3. Matt says:

    April & Thomas were such a pleasure to work with. They were so nice and they looked great together. I loved the shipping container with the pastries as a background. Soooo unique!

    The tractors were great too.

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