I’ve sat and thought about what I would write for Erin & Ryan’s wedding post, but I realized I can’t really find the words for how I feel about these two. They booked me when I was pretty new to this whole photography thing. They put their complete trust in me, expressed their confidence in me, and enthusiastically booked me over a year before their wedding at our first meeting, I even saw them high five after leaving 🙂 They’ve given me so many memories from my beginning until now that I’ll never forget, for them I am eternally grateful.
On top of that, they are both sweet spirits, Erin is in social work and Ryan has served our country. They are also a part of a very neat St. Louis tradition, Crown Candy Kitchen. It’s St. Louis’ oldest soda fountain, their fabulous menu has had the hearts of St. Louisan’s for almost 100 years and has even gained attention from the Travel Channel. Ryan’s family owns this little gem and if you haven’t checked it out yet, man you are missing out! I’m officially a customer for life after having their delish turkey sandwich, shake, and melt in your mouth chocolates. Once you get your belly full of their treats, I bet your face will look like 😀 We had the joy of stopping by on their wedding day and they shared a chocolate malt in their own private booth, who gets to do that on their wedding day?!
Erin & Ryan, thank you so much for trusting me from the beginning and having us be a part of your wonderful wedding day. We are still blown away by how welcoming and sweet not only you guys are, but your families and friends as well. Beau and I were so honored and thrilled to be there, wishing you many more years of happiness, love, and chocolate malts <3