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Real Wedding – Mr. & Mrs. Albaugh


Hello readers,

Today’s post will feature the real wedding of Tomas Albaugh, and Amanda Babcock. Photographed by the talented Miranda Lynn.Tomas & Amanda both attended the same school in Coleman, MI. They started dating in the 8th grade, and continued on through college. It was then that they both knew, their love would last forever.

What inspires me most about this couple is that even though they both chose different paths for university, they remained best friends, and sweethearts through out all those years just like a fairytale. On the 15th of August 2015 Tomas & Amanda became husband and wife. Deciding the ceremony location was easy, as Amanda knew she wanted to marry in the same catholic church where 3 generations of her family had prayed together, worked together, and married one another. Which added a beautiful sentimental value to their wedding.

Admiring the photos Miranda sent me, I can’t help but feel the love these two have for one another. I am truly touched by the sentimental decoration, and meaning behind every aspect of their wedding. The reception was gracelessly offered by a dear friend of the couple. That held many special memories, as Tom and Amanda had spent many summers camping in the woods by the Chippewa River.

“The photos taken at each location will be as treasured as the memories fresh in our minds” – Amanda 

The outdoor reception was sheltered by a large marquee. Amanda’s bridal party wore beautiful purple dresses, that matched the groomsmen ties. The venue was decorated with fairy lights, and photos of the couple. The most creative aspect of the wedding, and my favourite yet was the tree house ‘ Honeymoon suite’. 

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I would like to thank Miranda Lynn for the magnificent photos, as well as the lovely couple Mr. & Mrs. Albaugh for sharing their inspirational special day. I wish you both a lifetime full of happiness. 

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