How to pull off a brunch wedding

If there is anything that I have missed since dedicating my Sundays to photographing weddings, its brunch. There is nothing like sitting outside with a hangover and your best friends while paying a premium for bottomless mimosas. Honestly, its worth the $40 to have someone make sure your glass stays full of sweet-sweet champagne juice, but I digress.

The internet gods sent me Autumn and Josh, two teachers who fell in love and wanted to do it in a super chill way. They had their ceremony at 10am and by 2pm, their guests were properly sloshed and rolling in the grass. I had a great time and took tons of “black-mail“ worthy photos

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I was looking into what to expect for a brunch wedding when I came across this article in Buzzfeed