Loading

Mr. + Mrs. Smith April 28, 2018

Our first wedding shoot was a success! Dan and I had so much fun photographing this wedding for Lindsey and Josh, and we are so thankful they put their trust in us as wedding photographers. The Smiths will always be so special to us since they are the beginnings of Yost Photo!

Lindsey and Josh had a small but beautiful wedding ceremony at their church in Madison, Alabama. They chose to do first look photos with most of their portraits before the ceremony so that they could relax and have fun at the reception!

Getting ready as a bride takes a tribe, but Lindsey was a lucky gal with some of her best friends and family by her side.

As a wedding photographer, you become responsible for constructing the setting for a first look.

We found an area outside and had Josh stand facing the bushes so that he couldn't see Lindsey walking toward him. Lindsey walked behind him to tap him on the shoulder.

First look photos are so special. It allows the bride and groom to have an intimate moment with each other alone before the ceremony. It gives them a chance to stop, breathe, and appreciate each other amidst the busyness of a wedding day.

Getting to capture these moments is so special, and this was definitely my favorite part of the day.

The wedding party was so much fun to photograph! I took charge of the beautiful ladies while Dan came up with some fly poses for the guys.

The wedding ceremony was small, simple, and beautiful. Lindsey walked down the aisle to "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri.

After saying their vows, Mr. and Mrs. Smith walked down the aisle as husband and wife. Then, it was party time! And more importantly, cake time.

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Smith! Yost Photo wishes you a lifetime of love and happiness.

If you are interested in our photography services, please us the contact button below. We'd love to hear from you!

Created By
Nicole Yost
Appreciate

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a Copyright Violation, please follow Section 17 in the Terms of Use.