Cully + Brandi || Craig Wedding || Grand Island, NE Photographer

October 19th, 2013. Brandi and Cully took a step towards one of the greatest and most rewarding commitments of all time. Knowing that Nebraska weather is unpredictable, Brandi and Cully, decided to have an October wedding at the beautiful Stuhr Museum and it paid off. My friends, this was an stunning location. The Craigs tied the knot in the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, which was built in 1888. Watching the doors swing open with light flooding in, Brandi made her entrance into the ceremony. Breath-taking.  This couple is very relaxed and I never saw a tense moment throughout the day. I will never forget such a joyous event and I know they won’t either. Thank you for allowing me to document such a significant occasion, Brandi and Cully, and may all glory be to God.


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Photographer: Emily Daivdson Photography

Ceremony Location: Stuhr Museum: Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church

Reception Location: Plum Street Station

Cake: HyVee

DJ and Videographer: Complete Music

Caterer: Whitefoot Catering


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