Daniel & Dimare tied the knot nearly two weeks ago today, and it was a celebration to remember. They first met at a friend's house warming party, and though the spark was instant, it was a few weeks before Daniel messaged Dimare to see if the connection he'd felt could be something more. It didn't take them long to realize that they'd found the real thing, and on Saturday, the 18th of June, they promised each other a lifetime of learning how to love each other well. It was a beautiful day, and I'm excited to share this little peek into their wedding story!
The day started off with Dimare and her sisters and mother getting their hair and makeup done at the always fabulous Virtue Vegan Salon. By the way, I have to give a little shout out to Virtue, specifically Jessica. She was the stylist behind Dimare's gorgeous wedding hair and makeup, and she happens to be the one I trust to cut my hair as well. It felt like such a small world when Dimare and I discovered this as we were chatting about wedding plans a few months ago. I adored the style and look Jessica gave Dimare, but that's not shocking, because Jessica always does an incredible job. And she is the sweetest, so sitting in her chair is winning all around.
From the salon, they headed to the church to finish getting ready for the big day.
Congratulations, Daniel & Dimare! It was an honor to capture your day!
See Daniel & Dimare's wedding highlights slideshow HERE!
Special thanks to Jessica Photography for second shooting!
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