Mike B Photography Photographer

Britt and Rob's Romantic Barn Wedding

Friendsville, MD

The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

 
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

  • Posted by Mike B Photography
  • Venue Chanteclaire Farm
  • Photography Mike B Photography
  • Event Planning & Floral Design Charlotte Jarrett Events
  • Makeup Stacie Snyder
  • Hairstylist PSC Hair Artistry
  • Dress Watters Wtoo
  • Alterations Annapolis Formal & Tuxedos
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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”

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The first time Rob met Britt was through her sister (and his friend) and, after asking about Britt, Rob was met with a resounding “absolutely not!” Despite the lack of permission, fate took its course and the two clicked. Several years later, on a trip to Ireland, Rob surprised Britt with a beautiful ring at the scenic Dingle Peninsula. “When in Ireland, ask an Irish girl to marry you!” he said to his family and friends later.

When planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to have their reception in a barn while still incorporating some glam accents to offset the rustic venue. Pops of gold and red created a beautiful palette alongside the neutral tones throughout the event space.

From the bouquet charm that allowed Britt to walk down the aisle with both of their fathers to the vintage rug she had always dreamed of exchanging vows on, their wedding day was truly one of love and intimacy. Their carefree spirits carried on throughout the day – despite the rainy 30-degree weather, the pair made the most of it and enjoyed the photo shoot with their umbrellas.

Britt and Rob encourage all couples to do a first look if the opportunity is available. “It was such an intimate moment and the photos that Mike was able to capture during this moment were some of our favorites! It truly was an incredible moment to see Rob’s face as he turned around and saw me as his bride for the first time, and it was a moment I wouldn’t give back for anything!”