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aaron + tori

Some weddings, regardless of distance and time, (like this past November in a chilly Indiana) or all the stories that could be written (of a darling friend in her grandmother’s dress and all the friends who traveled and loved and watched this story become) are best and only told through the simple photographs we made.

Much love to then & them.

simply. stunning. and speechless.

I absolutely adore your work, lady… you ROCK!!

Bekah – these are beautiful! I love em! Your work is amazing! Xx

these are SO magical!

Rebekah, these are GORGEOUS!!! Love each and every picture, though the motion in the first one is amazing!

you always inspire me. always.

Wow. Her dress is perfect. So are the autumn leaves. And that one lady got some AIR in those heels!

Wonderful pictures, once again, RJ! <3

ohhh how i love seeing them all again. and it’s always fun to see which favorites we share in common. 🙂

thank you for capturing our day SO beyond perfectly. <3

I love this SO MUCH.

Absolutely amazing work Rebekah, wow! C & E x


This wedding looks so amazing! I am considering Thomas Duncan hall for my ceremony and reception, so I was wondering if the bride, photographer, or anyone else could tell me about how many people attended, if it was crowded for the reception, and how the transition went from ceremony to reception. I really like the venue but I’m worried it will be too crowded for 120-140 people, even without a sit down dinner. How was the service and did you use the dishes provided? I would really appreciate it if someone could share their experience with me!

Erica c.

long time admirer and come back to this wedding when I want to show someone your work. In my nostalgic memory I thought she walked to the church, but I see that it was the first look on the leaf strewn streets.

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