Krysta and Stephen were easy to photograph, emotion from them was effortless. Their wedding was more about spending time together than a big showy production. (That is not to imply that their wedding wasn’t stunning with excellent food and company.)
I will reveal that Krysta and I have been friends for years, we are no-nonsense friends, very little bullshit between us. We are both busy, but when we finally get to connect it is usually a sleepover and involves talking into the wee hours, so yes, lots of girl-talk about our significant others (and some crossword playing–whiskey drinking–MN lake swimming).
Stephen is her match: in our all our late night secret sharing she has never once said a bad thing about him, she is in love and in the present they have established a life of travel, learning, fitness, cooking, and adventure-seeking, which I think will give their future relationship some variety, sexiness and newness, and in a way, stability. They are both independent, but work so well as a team. I know we will have many future double dates, camping trips, biking adventures, and maybe a meet up in Paris. 😉
Take note of the Bánh mì they shared before the wedding…