- Jun 19, 2019
- 1 min read
Doyle and Erin // Charleston, West Virginia // J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works Wedding
Updated: Jun 20, 2019
I can't fully express the joy in my soul when I get to see and document my friends getting married. I've known Doyle since the 10th grade, and we used to choreograph and record hip hop dance videos together for fun. I met Erin during their sweet Washington, D.C. engagement session and instantly loved her sunshine spirit. Together these two are a bundle of weird, crazy, adventurous love. At the beginning of this year, they packed up their life and their French Bulldog Louie and moved into an RV headed for Colorado! They've been cruisin' around ever since being the best video production team the world has ever seen.
Check out their site here: Hillhound Productions
Favorite moments of the day:
-Doyle had a flag made as a surprise for Erin that had a picture of them with Louie. The flag flew in the wind as free as Louie's flappy tongue.
-This lil tiny RV Ring Shot
-Doyle told me ahead of time he was doing an interpretive dance for his ceremony vows and I thought he was joking. He actually did, and it was amazing and heartwarming and made Erin laugh so hard.
-Tasty homemade macarons made by the bride's sister- so soft, delicious, and aesthetically perfect
Venue: J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works
Macarons: Kennedy Irwin (Bride's Sister)
DJ: DJ B-Funk
Catering: Rollin' Smoke BBQ
Professional Videographer: Pathway Media Productions
-See the sweetest wedding video ever and Doyle's interpretive dance here.
Florist: Beth Parish (Bride's Grandma) and Jayna Hudnall
Make-Up and Hair: Syrra Salon
Wedding Dress: TWIRL Bridal Boutique in Kenton, OH
Groom's Suit: Alfani (Macy's)
Bridesmaids: ASOS, Lulu's