Meg and Josh met while working at the Sprint phone company. He was the tech guy and she was the sales gal. During training, Meg had to train where the tech guys were and the two of them ended up hitting it off. Talking about this and that and not much about cell service 😉
Megan and Josh’s love reminds me of cool, fresh air on a winter morning. Pure, calm, and comfortable. When I first met the two of them, I knew this love of theirs was powerful, and it has bloomed into this beautiful perfection in the year I’ve known them.
Josh’s most anticipated moment was to walk Meg walk down the aisle. Meg’s most anticipated moment was to exchange vows. My most anticipated moment? Watching the two of them be announced husband and wife in the same church, Pasadena Community Church, Meg’s parents did 35 years ago. All three of those moments were absolutely perfect and I loved being able to witness it first hand.
With the threat of rain a couple days prior, Megan and I talked about ways we could make their romance session the most magical it could be rain or shine. Can I just say I am SO incredibly happy the rain held off? We really ended up with the most amazing day, and the gardens at Pasadena Community Church are beautiful beyond measure. Bardmoor was the perfect setting to give us the mix of portraiture we wanted, including trees and lots of greenery.
I’m so honored to have been a part of this day.
Megan and Josh, I wish you this much happiness and pure love for life <3
Ceremony: Pasadena Community Church // Reception: Bardmoor Golf & Tennis Club // Flowers: Delma’s // DJ: Jason Tally with Grant Hemond