Amber & Jake // Durham Museum Wedding


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The one thing we all wish for in this world is time & lots of it. We always want more time to do the things we dream about. More time to spend with those we love & more time to enjoy the little windows of joy that come into our lives & slip away before we realize they're gone. This makes Amber & Jake some of the luckiest people we know.

For the past decade they've stood next to each other through grueling school schedules, graduations, their friend's marriages, becoming an aunt & uncle & now an engagement of their own. They're thankful for every second they've received & we can say with confidence that witnessing them solidify the bond that's been growing for 10 years was one of the greatest moments we photographed last year. 

Their wedding day was one we looked forward to all season & we didn't realize what we were in for until we met the bridal party. I must say, I haven't seen a group of people rock a party bus harder. Seriously, the thing was shaking as we went down the roads of Omaha. Everyone sharing drinks, laughter & adding to the layers of out of tune scream-singing. 

It was a whirlwind of emotion & at the very end we were able to convince Amber & Jake to do the craziest thing we've asked of anyone. There's a location in downtown Omaha that I have always dreamed of taking a couple. It's a quiet rooftop with the greatest backdrop the city could provide. The only problem is the spot is blocked off, so it takes one very brave bride to climb up this very sketchy access ladder. Dirty dress & all, Amber proved to us all that it could be done (in heels, no less) & we happily followed along. 

As we closed our day with this lovely couple, we were reminded how much fun it is to put your camera down for a few songs & just enjoy the music along with everyone else. Have we mentioned yet how much we love our jobs?