September 17, 2021
2020 was the year most weddings were rescheduled or turned into elopements. Some couples decided to go to the courthouse and celebrate with friends and family at a later date. Dylan and Savannah scaled their big day down to an intimate Drakewood Farm wedding. I had so much fun during their engagement session. Their venue was gorgeous with so many different, amazing places around the property to shoot. Their ceremony would take place in the back of the property in a wooded area. The days were flying by and I was gearing up for the most beautiful fall wedding.
However, during the end of October, I was exposed to someone who had COVID. I would contract the virus about a week before their intimate Drakewood Farm wedding and I was devestated. Calling Dylan and Savannah to tell them I wouldn’t be able to photograph their wedding was very difficult for me to do. Prior to calling them, I searched for just the right photographer to replace me. They already had to sacrifice on who was attending their wedding, so I wanted to make sure they would have the best photography experience possible. A huge shout out to photographer Ashton Boyd for stepping up to the plate and hitting a home run. Ashton wore the Darcy Ferris Photography hat and photographed their intimate wedding at Drakewood. I’m thankful I was able to relive their day while editing their photographs.
Venue: Drakewood Farm
Officiant: Crosspoint Church
Wedding Dress: Schaffer’s
Bride and Bridesmaids Shoes: David’s Bridal
Groom and Groomsmen: The Black Tux
Hair: Christy @ Local Honey