Last week we were at U of M, and this week we joined Alicia & Greg at Michigan State. I went there for a couple years before I decided to go to Photography school, so I know my way around and it feels a little like home. They were married in the Alumni Chapel and then we drove around campus to get a few pics before heading to the reception at the Spartan Club inside Spartan Stadium. It was a really different and cool place for a wedding reception. We couldn’t go out on the field because they are in the process of revamping and painting, but we were able to get a few shots from the seating section overlooking the field. The weather cooperated really well considering it rained a few times throughout the day, but we got everything we needed and had some beautiful light! The party really got going later in the night and everyone had a great time. Lindsey from Flourish Event Design did all of the decor and the flowers, so take a look at how beautiful it looked!
This is a great moment of Alicia’s sisters putting in her earrings for her while she gets her makeup done.
People that know me know that I am slightly obsessed with animals. So if you get ready at your house and have a pet, it is more than likely you will end up with a few pics of them!
They did a first look which worked out great, we needed to use some time before the ceremony to do some family shots before the rain came. Thanks to that we fit in everything we needed after the wedding, and made it to the reception about 5 minutes before a huge downpour!
The Alumni Chapel at MSU is the cutest little church! It is especially photogenic in the fall when the vines start wrapping around the building.
Alicia had some talented family put their stamp on the wedding: Her mom made this beautiful cake, and her dad made the jam that was the favors.
Lindsey from Flourish Event Designs did all of the decor and flowers. It was so romantic with all of the candles and the lights turned off.
Darrell grabbed this awesome party shot, he always gets the best ones
We couldn’t go outside during sunset because it was all wet, but we were able to get the sunset light through the window. Gorgeous!!