Our Favorite Photo

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Amy and Danny Mareco, married Aug. 7, 2015, at Dock580

With hundreds—or sometimes a few thousand—images to choose from, it can be hard to pick a favorite photo from your wedding. For the couples on these pages, one image stood out among the rest. Here's how they describe the photo that always brings a smile to their faces.

“Our favorite picture was taken right after the ceremony. We were just announced as husband and wife, heading back down the aisle as Mr. and Mrs., and our faces say it all! Dan Buckley did an amazing job of capturing our emotions.”

—Amy and Danny Mareco, married Aug. 7, 2015, at Dock580 (Dan Buckley Photography)

“The one that stands out for me is the silhouette in the doorway of the church. At first glance it appears black and white, but we are standing between a dark foreground and bright background. It came out romantic and timeless. For me, it captured the emotion of the day. What more could you want in a photo?”

—Brittany and John Stein, married May 28, 2016, at Central College Presbyterian Church (Lambert Photographs)

“At midnight we had a balloon drop (since it was a New Year's Eve wedding), and our photographer captured our midnight kiss among the balloons.”

—Audrey and Tyler Stanley, married Dec. 31, 2015, at Darby Dan Farm (Nicole Dixon Photographic)

“There is one … with my dog, Sadie. It took several takes to finally get the perfect photo, but I am so glad we got it!”

—Nicole and Taylor Rex, married Oct. 24, 2015, at Scioto Reserve Country Club (Julian Allen Photography)