Michelle and Nick had the dreamiest Terrell House Wedding and I couldn’t imagine a more perfect space for two people who love architecture and the history of New Orleans. As soon as I walked into the Terrell House there was a feeling of calmness. Michelle was in the main room, finishing up her hair and makeup with the brightest smile on her face as she looked in the mirror thrilled with the outcome. She gave both her hair and makeup artist a huge hug, which I was soon to learn was completely on par with Michelle’s warm personality.
As the day unfolded there was a consistent theme of intention that followed each interaction. Between Michelle’s first look with her father, her reading a letter from Nick, and her bridesmaids seeing her for the first time there was clearly so much love present. Throughout the day, Michelle’s mother, Lisa, kept inquiring if I needed anything, if I had eaten, how I was doing and gradually one of my favorite ideas of love became solidified – that love begins at home, with the people who show you what love is. Every single person at Michelle and Nick’s wedding was warm, kind, and such a joy to be around and celebrate with, only further emphasizing how wonderful of a family this was.
And while I can continue on to elaborate over each of my favorite moments, I do think that the photos below document so much more than I can verbally express. The little moments of love shared between people is what pulls at my heartstrings. The little things that say I love you can really be seen throughout this union and I feel incredibly lucky to have been witness to so much love.
If you enjoyed Michelle and Nick’s wedding be sure to mosey on over to Taylor and Logan’s Elms Mansion Wedding.