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        When you’ve considered someone your best friend since the first or second grade, they feel like family – which means their family feels like your extended family in a way.

        Marilee is part of that feels-like-extended-family to me as she’s the younger sister of my lifelong best friend. I can’t even remember the first time I met her, it was so long ago. (But I have plenty of funny memories from along the way!) So when I heard she was engaged to Ryan, I was so happy for her. When she asked me to photograph her wedding, I was over-the-moon excited and honored to capture the big day.

        On the day of their engagement session, we met just before the sun came up. The grounds were covered in fog, though it burned off quickly. The light was soft and colorful. There were herds of deer grazing everywhere we turned. It was nothing short of perfect.

        Marilee and Ryan are so adorable together. They held hands and stared lovingly at one another while they shared the story of their engagement.

        Erie Wedding Photographers

        Oh gosh, I love these! Great compositions and your use of light is fab!

        Cool session!! Makes me want to curl up with some hot chocolate!

        The second to last does it for me – I love all that mist in these photos! Need to do a sunrise session, soon! 🙂

        These are so nice! Love the fog!

        Totally gorgeous session… that first B&W is fantastic.

        I love the light in these, such an autumn-y feel to it, and such a sweet couple!

        These images just make me feel so happy. Stunning work Veronica!

        Girrrrrrrl… I love these photos! That first one needs to be printed HUGE and put on their walls. But I love so many. That first black and white (the vertical) is so beautiful.

        VV, these are gorgeous. Every time I come to your blog I’m blown away with what your eye captures.

        I love the mood in these! Love that last shot!

        what a sweet couple! love the foggy light!

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