Sarah & Brian {Saginaw Wedding Photographers}

Sarah and Brian are such a sweet couple together. Both of them are kind-hearted people who made me feel so welcome and appreciated on their wedding day. And what a beautiful day it was!

To start, I arrived at Holy Family Catholic Church in Saginaw to photograph Sarah’s dress and other details. Holy Family is such a beautiful historic church! After photographing the details, I spent some time with Sarah and her girls as they got ready for the day. Then I stopped by Brian’s room to hang out with him for a few minutes before the ceremony began.

After the ceremony, we spent some time at the church for family photos and then headed to downtown Bay City with the wedding party. Sarah and Brian had a few dates at St. Laurent Brothers candy shop, so that was our first stop for photos of the bride and groom. Then we walked around downtown (and found a perfect purple wall to compliment the colors of the day), before heading to The Grand.

After the bride and groom mingled with guests a bit, we went onto the grounds of The Grand for some more portraits, and then the reception began! It was such a fun night – complete with a few polka dances!

I’m honored that I got to photograph Sarah and Brian’s day. It was a joy to work with such wonderful people! – Bri

Other vendors who helped make Sarah and Brian’s day amazing:

Reception Venue: The Grand

Cake Artist: Zehnder’s Bakery

DJ: Bill Howard Entertainment

Bridal Gown: Sempliner’s

Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal

Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse

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Wedding, senior, family and boudoir photography. Our photography studio is located in Clio, Michigan and we proudly serve all of mid-Michigan including Saginaw, Flint, Grand Blanc, Bay City, Midland, Freeland, Birch Run, Frankenmuth, Davison, Fenton and the surrounding areas.

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