Andrea and Glenn’s Stonelick Hills wedding was plan B. In this time of uncertainty for our brides, their plan A wedding has typically been altered or postponed in some way. However, their plan B was absolutely gorgeous, intimate, and personal. Stonelick Hills Golf Course is important to Andrea’s family! Her family lives really close to the course and she actually worked there for six years!
It was super important to Andrea and Glenn that they keep their original wedding date of July 11th so they planned a small ceremony and dinner for their closest friends and family. A beautiful hand-madel arch adorned with flowing fabric and an abundance of florals overlooked the scenic pond on the course.
Andrea wore a gorgeous cocktail-inspired white dress in lieu of her formal wedding dress, which she will wear in a few months. It paired beautifully with Glenn’s well-fitted blue suit and her beautiful bouquet topped the look off. Because the day was so low-key and relaxing, we were able to take almost ALL of their bride and groom portraits on film! Film allows me to slow down, compose a shot, make sure the light is perfect, and then snap the photo. These were all taken on Fuji 400h Pro!
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You may remember these two from their adorable Eden Park Engagement Session from last fall. They got engaged at Eden Park so we got to hang out with them, their dogs, and some pretty glowy light. This is one of our favorite parks to do sessions at; it’s so beautiful!
Andrea and Glenn were so happy to tie the knot on their original date but these two are still having their dream wedding at the Pinecroft Mansion in a few months. We cannot wait for their larger celebration and one of our favorite venues in Cincinnati!