These two had the perfect, simple, intimate wedding with immediate family there to witness. The backdrop for their ceremony was the beautiful St. Johns Lutheran Church in Downtown Des Moines, Iowa with dinner and cake to follow at AJ Steakhouse. I wish nothing but the best for these two and their family. Congratulations!!
This adorable couple had a perfect sunset on this Central Iowa night for their session. They wanted to incorporate their favorite winery into their engagement session so we made it happen. The fall colors added to the beautiful backdrop and we had a wonderful time with lots of smiles and laughs. You two will have a beautiful wedding next summer and I thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day! ~Brooke
This fall country wedding in Earlham, Iowa was the perfect setting for this couple. The time they put into personalizing this barn for their wedding made a gorgeous backdrop for their beautiful day. The love they share is evident and I couldn’t be happier for the two of you!
Photographer: Brooke Miller Photography
Wedding Venue: Private Family Location RCC
Bridal Attire: David’s Bridal
Bridesmaid’s Attire: David’s Bridal
Groom/Groomsmen’s Attire: Boot Barn
Dinner: Madison County Cattlemen’s Association
This adorable couple chose downtown Des Moines & Gray’s Lake for their engagement session. It was a beautiful fall day, with a gorgeous sunset. The love these two have for each other is very evident, I can’t wait for their country themed wedding which will take place this spring at the North River Corn Maze. Congratulations!
I got a phone call from a sweet couple who was looking for someone to photograph their wedding. They informed me it was just going to be an intimate wedding with their immediate family and that they had contacted the Madison County Chamber of Commerce as they wanted to get married at the Roseman Bridge. Many people choose to get married, engaged or just love to visit the covered bridges in Madison County, but for this couple it held a special place in their hearts. The groom’s grandmother walked back and fourth through Roseman bridge every day on her way to and from school. They felt that this would be a beautiful place to get married and they couldn’t have found a more perfect place. Congratulations Matthew and Amanda. It was an honor to be able to document that beautiful night for you and your lovely family. ~ Brooke