Gale Vineyards Wedding Photos - Durham California - Jeremy&Maggie
Friends of Jeremy&Maggie thought they would be a perfect fit before they had even met. After trying to get these two's paths to cross, it finally happened. They were set up on a blind date and it totally worked out! What great co-workers and friends these two have!
Their love story was shared with all their wedding guests during the ceremony. Jeremy had been told about Maggie a few months prior, and Maggie the same. Jeremy had just started working as an EMT at Enloe Hospital where Maggie works as a nurse. One afternoon, he decided to see if she was around and wandered up to her floor in his uniform while trying not to be suspicious. He ended up catching a glimpse of her and Maggie would never forgot Jeremy's smile.
Another couple agreed to go on a double date with them. When Maggie showed up, their friends ended up not showing (maybe on purpose)! At the end of their date at Crush in downtown Chico, Jeremy asked for Maggie's number. Maggie was hoping he was going to ask and so their dating continued.
We have had the privilege of photographing many amazing couples, but there was something special about Jeremy&Maggie's day that made us think. They moved us and all who were in attendance with their vows and committed love on display! When first arriving at Hotel Diamond, Maggie leaped out of her chair and gave us both a big hug! They both trusted us completely from the beginning and even contacted us before even setting a wedding date to see if we were available. It doesn't always happen that way, but we are so honored by how much Jeremy&Maggie wanted to invest in the TréCreative wedding experience!
Jeremy&Maggie, you're probably on the beach right now enjoying your honeymoon! We can't thank you enough for choosing us to be a part of your wedding day! Never stop chasing each other and going on many fun adventures together!
Maggie, you are so beautiful!
Jeremy&Maggie's sweet first look at Gale!
Sunset photos in the vineyards are always a must at Gale, love!