When we moved to Brewster, one of the first families we met was the Busching family. Brady was 14 at the time! One night we went to their house for dinner and I was so impressed with how mature and relatable Brady and his older sister Brenna were. Since then we have been able to see them grow up and go away to college and when we were asked to document Angie and Brady’s wedding both Kyle and I were ecstatic!
This year has made planning a wedding such a different experience for most brides but Angie has remained completely unshaken. Throughout the entire day there was just a peaceful feeling whenever you were around her and I think everyone else experienced that same thing because the whole wedding party and family were so relaxed and seem to just enjoy the fact that they were able to be a part of the day. Since the guest total was limited it was an intimate celebration with meaning and purpose woven into every part of the celebration.
I’ve been able to see Brady and Angie together through exciting times like their wedding and grieving times like when her little sister passed away not long ago. Through it all their commitment and ability to support each other was very evident. While neither of them have the type of personality that will make an attempt to be in the spotlight, I know that so many people look up to and respect them for who they are as people. They bring out the best in each other and they are so genuinely happy and joyful together!
Angie and Brady started off their wedding weekend with their whole bridal party getting to stay together in Wenatchee! Then the day of the wedding we traveled to Ohme Gardens to the most gorgeous view overlooking the city and river below. I loved getting to work with these vendors:
Venue: Ohme Gardens
Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie
Bride & Groom’s Ring: Populent
Wedding Dress: BHLDN
Tux: Generation Tux