Chelsea and Evan had one of the most intimate weddings I've had the pleasure of photographing. With 20 of their closest friends and family watching, they were married under the trees at Het Landhuis farm.
Chelsea and Evan are such a sweet and caring couple, who are so obviously head over heels in love with each other! They let their personalities and love story shine through their wedding details, which I absolutely loved. The paper cranes that hung from their ceremony backdrop and decorated the dinner tables were all made by Chelsea. In Japanese tradition paper cranes represent peace and longevity. They were also a symbol of the time she spent studying abroad in Japan during their relationship and how they made it through the challenge of dating long distance stronger than ever. I think my favorite detail was Evan's pocket watch. It belonged to his great grandfather and since it no longer works, he set it to the exact time him and Chelsea would become husband and wife. So sweet!!
Their whole wedding day was perfectly them. It reflected their unique style, their love for their family and friends, and most of all their love for each other. Congratulations on a beautiful beginning to the rest of your lives together, Evan and Chelsea!