Check out this amazing wedding of Eric and Aimee Burgett. Ceremony held at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
It is always an honor to work with Micah, Dave and Liz whether it be a casual shoot in the studio, a rocking wedding, fun family photos or an exciting live performance. These three, members of The Deep Hollow, bring the fun and passion everywhere they go.
Chris Withers Photography's latest encounter with the trio was strolling through the fields of Rolling Meadows Brewery right outside Springfield, IL. This stroll included shooting a music video for their song, Real Life. The trio was more than happy to weather this beautiful location to capture some of Central Illinois gorgeous pastures, plains and fields whilst belting out some stellar harmonies and strumming their guitars to the tune.
We have long been awaiting the chance to work with these talented musicians again. We were excited to create and capture this music video and showcase their great talent. Thank you to The Deep Hollow for being open to a little creativity and to Rolling Meadows Brewery for the exploration of their property.
Chris Withers Photography had the pleasure of photographing Megan and Cody’s wedding September 8th, 2018 in Springfield, Illinois. Their wedding was held at Blessed Sacrament Parish with the reception celebration taking place at Crowne Plaza in Springfield, IL. Every couple has their own unique perspective after saying I do. These two were happy to share their experience by answering a few questions! Don't forget to check out some of their beautiful photography of their special day.
1. What was your favorite part of the day?
Bride: My favorite part was walking down the aisle with my dad to meet Cody.
Groom: My favorite part was watching Megan come down the aisle with her dad.
2. What would you redo if you could?
Bride: I wish I didn’t stress about the small things leading up to the day.
Groom: I wouldn't redo anything about the ceremony or reception I thought everything went perfect. Something I would redo would be possibly getting small planning things out of the way early so you don't have to worry about them.
3. What advice would you give future couples getting married?
Bride: I would say just enjoy the day. It flies by so fast. Make sure you soak in every second you have with your husband/wife because you really don’t get that much time with them during the day. Also, don’t worry about anything and HAVE FUN, everything comes together in the end.
Groom: Once the ceremony starts there is not much time to relax. Don't worry about the small things, get them out of the way early and it will be easier leading up to the day. Also listen to the professionals. Everyone wants to have their opinion on how the day should go, but listen the people that have done it a million times, they know what works. It will all come together, there is not need to stress. Have fun and enjoy it because the reception is a blur.
We would like to give a special thanks to everyone involved in the act of making this day perfect. If you were not mentioned, simply write us and we will be happy to add you. :)
Dress by Formals of Litchfield
Hair & Makeup by BJ Grand Salon and Spa
Mens Tuxes by Men's Wearhouse
Flowers by Fridayz Flower Shop
Crowne Plaza in Springfield, IL
Blessed Sacrament Parish
Epic Entertainment | DJ Mike Testa
Cake by Specialty Cakes
All photography was captured by Chris Withers Photography