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Museum of Life and Science Wedding: Grant and Sarah are Married!

My family has spent a lot of time at the Museum of Life and Science, but doing a wedding there was such a great experience! Sarah and Grant had the perfect weather, and every detail came together perfectly. I also have to mention how fun it was to take wedding pictures in a Tree-House which is officially a first for me. Congratulations Sarah and Grant!

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About the Couple

Where did your wedding take place?

Museum of Life and Science

What was your favorite moment on your wedding day?

The whole day was filled with amazing moments but for our final song we were surrounded by our family and friends which was the perfect closing

What was the most helpful piece of advice you received when it came to planning your wedding?

Start early

What was the biggest reason you chose Dave Shay Photography on your wedding day?

Unique style

How would you describe your Wedding day? Use as many or as few words as you’d like

Perfect

About the Team

Florist:

Costco

Officiant:

Joe Connolly

Bridesmaid Dress Designer:

David’s Bridal

Groomsmen Attire:

The Black Tux

Catering:

Southern Harvest

About the images

These Museum of Life and Science images were taken with combinations of a  Nikon D4s,  Nikon D750,  Nikkor 85mm 1.4G,  Nikkor 45mm Tilt Shift,  Nikkor 24mm 1.4G, 5 off camera  Flashpoint R2 Speedlights, and 2  AD-200 strobes with an assortment of  MagMod modifiers. All of my images are color corrected with Adobe Lightroom only and not altered or photoshopped in any way.

I’d also like to extend a huge thank you to Jason for helping on this shoot, some of his images are mixed in with mine above.

In addition to these Museum of Life and Science Wedding Photos, Raleigh Wedding Photographer Dave Shay is available for wedding and couple’s portraiture along the entire East Coast and worldwide. To see more work from Raleigh Wedding Photographer Dave Shay, please head over to the portfolio page.

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