Annie & Brian | Downtown Winter Wedding at St. Louis Union Station

September 5, 2022

Filed in: Weddings

Let me set the scene for you – we’re at Saint Louis Union Station on a stunning fall day, the sun is shining, leaves are falling, and love is in the air. The champagne and pumpkin spice lattes are flowing while Annie and Brian (AKA the sweetest couple ever) are getting ready to say “I do”. 

It was truly a picture perfect day… get it? I’m a photographer? Okay well, my fiancé says I’m funny. 😋

I love, love, LOVE first looks and Annie and Brian’s reminded that I am have been meaning to send flowers to whoever invented them, shoutout to you. They create such an intimate environment for a magical moment and let you take a peaceful pause from the wonderful craziness of the day. And, of course, the photos that come out of first looks are just… well, you’ll see. These two went for the holy trinity of first looks – Annie’s sweet sweet dad, her lovely bridesmaids, and of course, the soon-to-be hubby. Friends, trust me when I tell you, we were all picking our jaws off of the floor because Annie looked freaking amazing. 😍

P.S. check out Annie’s shoes, I am obsessed. 

Photography – Danielle Ambry Photography
Venue – Union Station Hotel & Grand Hall
Videography – Captured in Frames
Wedding Coordinator – Another Mother
HMUA – Salon de Christe
Bridal Dress – Town and Country
Cake – Celebrating Life
DJ – Millennium Production


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