Mr. & Mrs. Dennison- A Spring Wedding At Camp Henry

This day was so special! My little sister is MARRIED! I shared Zack and Maddie’s engagement session on the blog not too long ago, and I’m so excited to share their wedding day with you, too! This blog post might look a little different than most. I had a family member jump in and help with the shots I was supposed to be in, and I didn’t take as many shots during the reception (my sweet sister wanted me to be able to enjoy the party!). Getting to shoot a family wedding is extra sentimental, and also extra fun! I got to see so many familiar faces and loved ones, including many of my other siblings all dressed up and in the bridal party! Maren was the flower girl and having my daughter in the wedding party was definitely a new experience!

Zack and Maddie knew right when they met that they’d found someone special. They were a perfect fit for each other right from the start! These two have a lot in common, including each having a fun group of friends standing up with them during the ceremony! This bridal party was up for anything and were laughing and joking around during the bridal party portraits. I absolutely love when bridal parties want to add in silly shots and have a great time as we go!

Camp Henry was a great backdrop for this day. The girls had a great suite to get ready in (and an amazing lake view!) and the reception is a rustic/woodsy bride’s dream! We were unfortunately cut a little shorter during portraits than we would have liked due to rain, but I think the beauty and fun of this day still shines through!

Mr. Jase helping mom get ready!
They read the sweetest vows they’d written for each other!
I don’t usually share all of the family photos, but when it’s my own family I have to add it!
I love a group of groomsmen that want to have fun!
These girls were literally cracking me up! So much fun!
I love that you can see a peek of the little flower girl baskets!
This b&w just feels so classic and timeless to me. Zack and Maddie- I am SO happy for you!

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