Some of the most special moments - and the times I learned the most about Aaron and Liz’s relationship - came when both of their mothers gave special toasts to the bride and groom. At first, Liz decided that Aaron wasn’t date-able, but it wasn’t long before he took her on a date, met her parents, and charmed her thoroughly over the course of a year and a half. Both of them serve in the Air Force, share similar life goals, and have the same laid-back, joyful demeanor.
For two military members, the Fourth of July was the best place to plan their micro-wedding, and the all-in-one elopement at The Historic Post Office allowed them to experience as little stress as possible amidst all the details of wedding planning. Only a few guests were there to witness Aaron and Liz say I do, but they were the most important people to have - and all of them were hands down some of the most FUN people I’ve ever met! Regardless of the small crowd, the dance floor stayed packed and almost everyone stayed until the sparkler exit.
Aaron and Liz, I can’t believe how easy it was to photograph you two because of the incredible love you have for each other and the way you laugh when you are together. I hope you enjoy these quiet days and weeks after your wedding, and continue to stand with each other through the ups and downs of (military) life. You two are perfect together.
Dress: Anna’s Bridal Couture | Hair + Makeup: Anywhere Beauty by Shae | Venue: The Historic Post Office | Flowers: Jeff’s Flowers Of Course | Caterer: The Catering Place | Cake: Jennie Case | Rentals: Waterford Event Rentals | DJ: Astro Entertainment
In a sweet moment, Aaron and Liz’s family surrounded them to pray over the new couple right at the start of their marriage.
It was hard to walk away from such joyful bride and groom pictures, but the reception was coming and these two couldn’t wait to dance!