Jeremiah and Jenna are obviously giddy about one another and are so comfortable to laugh and be themselves around us. We are so excited to be photographing their wedding this fall.

Jenna & Jeremiah's Story

Jenna: Jeremiah and I have known each other for most of our lives. We both grew up in the same small town, and his mom actually worked at the daycare that I went to as a child. We became friends in high school but never revealed our interest in one another. I graduated a couple years ahead of Jeremiah and moved away to attend college at Indiana University.

We lost touch, but still remained friends on social media. During my sophomore year, I received a message from Jeremiah on Facebook. A playful conversation resulted in him giving me his number. We started talking every day and began dating a few months later. Jeremiah graduated from high school and started school at Franklin College, just 45 minutes from IU. We spent nearly every weekend together, whether I was cheering him on alongside his family at one of his football games or we were eating at one of the many delicious restaurants at IU.

A few years passed and we were on vacation with my family on the island of Kauai in Hawaii.
Jeremiah was a recent college graduate and I was about to start dental school. We were
walking on the beach with my family and sat down on a tree trunk to exchange our
“anniversary” gifts that we had brought with us since our anniversary was only a few days prior.

I gave Jeremiah his gift and he handed me an unwrapped necklace box. I opened the box and
was surprised that there was nothing inside. When I looked up, Jeremiah was on one knee and
was holding the most beautiful ring in his hand. He asked me to marry him, and I couldn’t be
happier to be spending the rest of my life with my best friend.

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Photos shot on Pentax 67 with 105mm f/2.4, Canon EOS 3, 5div, and 5diii | Film used: Fuji 400H | Developed and scanned by Photovision Prints 

 

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