For ALL Couples Getting Married

A Sunrise Beach Micro Wedding by Ashley Mac Photographs

What’s better than an intimate wedding with your nearest and dearest? A sunrise micro wedding on the beach, of course! This wedding captured through the lens of Ashley Mac Photographs has everything you could ever want for your special day. Thoughtful details, panoramic water views, the most incredible light, and a boozy brunch to celebrate tying the knot. See it all below.

Bre and Logan were married on the beach at sunrise on a beautiful Labor Day weekend morning surrounded by their closest friends and family. They always wanted to have a sunrise wedding. They frequently got up early in the morning and walked to the beach to watch the sunrise. One morning, Logan surprised Bre with a ring and they were engaged on the beach at sunrise!

The personal touches were everywhere – Bre’s dad built the “triangle” arch that they were married under, their dear friend officiated the ceremony, and Logan had a custom sign made of a note he wrote to Bre in his handwriting quoting The Notebook…all while planning their special day in just 3 weeks! (because #COVID)

Once they were officially married, the couple and their guests enjoyed a boozy brunch in the Bride’s parents’ backyard. The back porch was the perfect stage for Bre and Logan’s first dance and their dances with their parents. The two met at Hoffman’s ice cream shop so of course, they had to have some on their wedding day. Bre and Logan finished their celebration with tequila shots!

Congrats Bre and Logan on becoming husband and wife! Your sunrise wedding was amazingly beautiful and will definitely be unforgettable!! 

Location: Spring Lake Beach and Boardwalk / Photographer: Ashley Mac Photographs /Floral Designer: A Garden Party / Dress Store: Bridal Atelier Montclair / Bride’s Shoes: Pinky Promise Accs / Bridesmaid Dresses: Show Me Your Mumu / Men’s Outfits: Banana Republic / Hair Stylist:Say I Do Hair and Makeup / Tables, Chairs, and Ice Cream Cart Rentals: Rustic Drift

 

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