Surrounded by family and friends and nestled at Old Edwards Inn, Amy and Campbell began their life together. Saying “I Do” at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation provided a unique challenge for The Decisive Moment- the church’s policy for photography during the ceremony is – there is NO photography! This little rule required Adam Linke to be especially creative and use every outside view in. The result: a beautiful, romantic story book view of their ceremony and vows. With accents as natural as the surroundings of the Old Edwards Inn, hand cut silhouettes, the birch wood, white dinner jackets with bow ties and a lace gown- all as timeless of their love story.
It was such a pleasure documenting Amy and Campbell’s wedding day. Amy’s energy before the ceremony was infectious as she couldn’t wait to say her I do’s. I am always reminded of how special this day is when bride and groom come together to become a married couple. I feel blessed to have been able to capture their joy and emotion throughout their special day tucked away in the highlands of North Carolina.
Photography: Adam Linke and Jean Shifrin of The Decisive Moment
Wedding Coordinator: I Do Events, Elizabeth Fletcher
Venue and Caterer: Old Edwards Inn
Flowers: Oakleaf, Old Edwards Inn
Cake: Creative Pastries by Sid