Tripp-Tiller Wedding

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Collin photographed a wedding for Aimee and John this past weekend that I (Aron) have been anticipating for quite a while. It was held at Laurelwood, a home that has been in John’s family for generations. The name of the setting itself just sounds romantic- Laurelwood…and it is! I was unable to attend the wedding with Collin, but made him show me pictures and describe the day in detail as soon as he came home! I had seen the Engagement and Bridal sessions which were done at the wedding site, and I knew that the entire day would be breathtaking. The ceremony was held on the grounds overlooking the pond at 11:00 in the morning. No detail was overlooked. Guests were invited to sip lemonade as they awaited the beginning of the ceremony, John’s brother read from the generations-old family Bible, and an acoustical guitar provided the music that was just right for the ceremony. Aimee’s gown was perfect for the setting with it’s blend of simplicity and elegance. She was stunning! John provided a personal touch to the reception by performing a couple of songs with a few of his friends. The day was perfect, and will be remembered always by those who attended.

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  • bryanSeptember 2, 2007 - 7:01 pm

    I’m so sorry I missed this, thanks for sending pixs, Aimee I love you ! and you too John…

    Uncle BryanReplyCancel

  • emilySeptember 2, 2007 - 7:33 pm

    I guess being in the midst of the “madness” before the wedding, I didnt really get to take in the beauty of everything. I am so glad that you shared this blog so I didnt miss it! I think that was the most beautiful wedding EVER!!! Congrats Aimee and John! Love yall!


  • Mom and DadSeptember 2, 2007 - 8:59 pm

    There are no words needed…these pictures say it all…Collin you are a master of your craft and we thank you…

    Can’t wait to see more…We love you Aimee and John and are so thrilled to share in the happiness you have created all around you…You make your parents very proud!ReplyCancel

  • Deborah KelleySeptember 17, 2007 - 4:56 pm

    Aimee, Through friends of friends of friends, you know Florence, I received this email. The video is beautiful, truly romantic, even breathtaking. I am so happy for you. Much time and distance have passed since FMU but you’re a very special person. Love ya Cutie!ReplyCancel

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