Ready for the sweeeeeetest first look? Jill and her Dad <3
Then Jon’s turn!!
Jill has taken this photo with her nieces and this Ariel statue since they were little!! <3
Ceremony time at Sea Breeze Point!!!
Truly one of my favorite venues. Shaded for your guests, private feeling even though it’s (literally) right off the path when you walk from the Boardwalk to Epcot!
Best sendoff vehicle on the Boardwalk!!
Next up was The Attic! (love this photo with their ceremony in the background, though!!)
Loved this lil’ moment with the sweet parents of our bride <3
Helloooooo handsome! <3
Finally, Epcot to celebrate Jill and Jon once more! <3
Jill and Jon, it was such an honor, thank you for having usssss! :)
This was a rare wedding where Ollie woke up pretty sick the day before and grandparents weren’t able to take him, so we called in reinforcements and our 2nd shooter Kim was able to play “Jensey” for the day!! Nate and Kim killed it per usual, and of course when I started editing Hannah and Evan’s photos, I wanted to cry because I missed out on such a fun weddinggggg!! <3
Evan and Hannah have one of my favorite meet-cutes!! I’ll let her tell the adorable story herself…
“So we met the night I arrived to Orlando for my Disney college program. After driving across the country from texas we went straight to Disney springs to shop around the night before check in. While checking out at World of Disney I noticed the cast member had a DCP name tag that said Evan from the University of Tennessee. Being super excited to be talking to the first CP I met upon arriving there for my own, I asked him about when he arrived, how he’s enjoying it, etc. He told me he had just arrived two weeks earlier and was loving it, then told me good luck on my program and winked at me.
Two days later my mom and I finished moving in to my DCP apartment and wanted to grab lunch on property. I texted in a group chat I had joined from the DCP Facebook page aptly named DCP feminists asking where to park to get lunch on the boardwalk, and I received a response from none other than Evan Hamilton himself. I clicked on his photo and asked my mom if he looked like the cute boy from world of Disney and she said yes omg text him and I said no way that’s weird but she encouraged me to do it anyway. A month later I asked him out to see Happily ever after fireworks on Main Street and the rest is history!”
I think you’re going to loooove these photos- I was immediately smitten when I saw Hannah’s wedding dress but my jaw dropped when I found out it was designed by her childhood best friend! This was what Hannah had to say about her dress : “I had the honor of having my wedding dress designed and custom made by my childhood best friend and day one fashion inspiration, THE Mariah Sliwinski. Mariah is such a force and so unbelievably talented. Growing up by your side and watching you work your magic through every step of the design process made this whole experience so much more special and memorable. There are so many special touches to this dress that help tie my own a story into it, from the lace from my mother’s wedding dress lining the inside, to the hidden Mickey at the end of the train.”
One of Nate and my songs (and now a family favorite since Ollie is obsessed too) is “Surrey with the Fringe on Top.” Before we eloped, we’d planned on making our wedding exit to that song and I just think it’s one of the most romantic songs ever written. So naturally, my favorite part of their day was when Hannah and Evan made their exit in a (fringe-less) surrey on the Boardwalk!
Hannah and Evan, thank you for letting us be your photographers and I hope you love your photos as much as I loved editing them!! <3