July 21, 2013

Drew & Megan’s Egyptian Inspired Wedding

Drew and Meghan are one of those couples that I could write pages about (if I was a better writer!).  They are genuinely friendly, fun and oh, so very interesting! Not to get into their whole background, but they are both archaeologist that met while working in Egypt.  Meghan’s originally from this area, while Drew is Canadian. During their engagement session, John and I loved getting to know them better and hearing the fascinating work Drew was doing in Egypt.  For their wedding reception and invitations, they used their love of ancient Egypt to influence their wedding design. They were married in one of my favorite churches to photograph, St. Colman church in Cleveland.  Their reception was held at the beautiful and elegant Mooreland Mansion.  Throughout the mansion, Drew and Meghan had amazing prints, stories and Egyptian pieces to inspire and fascinate their guest.  Not only was it beautiful, but also lots of fun, with custom corn hole games and dancing under the stars.  Thank you Drew and Meghan for the honor of capturing your day and for getting to know you and your families! Your love for archaeology is only unmatched by your love for each other.  It was wonderful watching the two of you together!
 Drew and Meghan gave very interesting and personal gifts to one another.  Her’s is a hand carved replica of the statue “Star Gazer” that Drew had made in Egypt.  The very tiny little cat is an Egyptian artifact that Meghan gave to Drew. We all knew we couldn’t compete with those kinds of gifts!



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