I don't typically blog a wedding the day after I shoot it but, this particular wedding is near and dear to me and so I'm a little more eager than usual. I have known Grace and her family for over 20 years now. If you've been following along with me on here then you have seen my recent post about her oldest brother, and one of my best friends, Jimbo Workman and his amazing story. Her other brother, Tyler Workman, gave up everything to go start an orphanage in Uganda with his wife Liv called The Okoa Refuge where my older brother adopted a young orphan named Kennedy from 5 years ago. And Grace's dad, "Lumpy" Workman, has probably fixed me and all my friend's broken down cars about 387 times since I was 16 years old and he never once asked for anything in return. So needless to say, these guys are all very important to me.
BUT.....this isn't about those boneheads. This day was all about the little princess of the family. Grace!
Grace is an absolute sweet heart. I remember back when I first met all of them and she was just a little girl trying to tag along with her two brothers. Fast forward to present day and she has blossomed into a beautiful woman. I still have to pinch myself just a little bit that she is all grown up and now married. Makes me feel old and I am only 33!
Grace and Austin did their engagement session in Riverside where they have a lot of sentimental memories together. Their wedding however was held at a relatively new venue here in Jacksonville called, The Glass Factory. This place is AMAZING. Easily my new favorite wedding venue in Jax. (I also just filmed a very cool short film project in this place which I will be able to share with you at a later day so stay tuned for that!)
Checkout some shots from their big day and join me and wishing them both the very best as these two have now become one through a God centered marriage.
Congrats you two!! - Adam