If you follow me on social media, you may have seen that I just moved to Steubenville, Ohio on Oct. 1st and Anne and Dominic were married in Steubenville on Oct. 2nd. Out of the 20 weddings I have this year, they were the only wedding I had in Steubenville and I don’t believe it was a coincidence that it lined up so perfectly with my move.
Things have been extremely hectic this past week but in between furniture shopping, and unpacking, I was able to get this wedding edited for the blog and I am so excited to share it with you all! Anne and Dominic met at Franciscan University during their freshman year and so their wedding day has been a long time coming. They both are so much fun to be around and their love and joy is contagious.
They were married in St. Peter’s in downtown Steubenville which was so fun for me because the last time I was at a wedding in St. Peter’s was for one of my cousin’s over 10 years ago. St. Peter’s is absolutely beautiful and it was such a joy to photograph a wedding there. Anne told me in the morning that she didn’t think Dominic was going to cry, but he most definitely did as he watched his stunning bride walk down the aisle towards him.
After their wedding Mass, we headed to Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, WV. This venue had so many gorgeous locations for portraits and I think we may have gotten some of the most epic wedding party portraits ever. Right as dinner started, I snuck outside with Anne and Dominic for a few more sunset portraits and you guys, these two are so photogenic and these are some of my favorite wedding portraits. You’ll have to scroll all the way to the end to see them!
Anne and Dominic, thank you so much for trusting me to capture your day!
A huge thank you to all the other vendors who came together to make this day possible!
RECEPTION VENUE, CATERING, CAKE // Oglebay Resort
FLOWERS // McCauslen’s Florist
DJ // Loyalty Entertainment
DRESS // Luxe Redux Bridal
HAIR STYLIST & MUA // Legal Hair and Day Spa
BRIDESMAID’S DRESSES // Called to Surf
GROOMSMEN ATTIRE // Men’s Wearhouse