Lakeside First Look :: Sara+Aaron

Lakeside First Look :: Sara+Aaron


Photos by Souder Photography

One of the strengths of Souder Photography is “first look” photos of the bride and groom as they see each other for the first time before saying “I do.” Sara and Aaron Sullivan ventured to the Cedarwood lake (so worth the walk!) for a series of emotion-packed images full of love, wonder and anticipation.  Tag along for the magic then stick around for some of our fave photos from their June 25 ceremony and love bird celebration, including one of the cutest wedding cakes ever!

Sara and Aaron used Love Birds as their motif throughout wedding decor, from the delightful cake topper perched on their wedding cake, to invitations, favors, table top decor, and their thumb print tree (guest book). Sara’s ‘birdcage’ veil and Aaron’s ‘bird nest’ boutonniere complimented their love bird-themed, rustic-romantic wedding style, one of our favorites and perfect for this head over heels in love, adventurous bride and groom.

Sara and Aaron, may your love always be filled with adventure. Thanks for sharing your joy with us. Thanks also to Souder Photography for sharing these images.

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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  1. Where did they get bird cake toppers?

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