And man did we get lucky.
It was the perfect day, light breeze for the ceremony, the golden hour of light for picture taking, a beautiful small number of the most awesome people. It was easy to take great pictures of a gorgeous couple. By the end of the weekend we felt like we'd met long-lost family.
When I was told that the bride's colors with Lime Green and Hot Pink...I literally cringed. One of my bedrooms was painted those colors for two years. (They were the colors of a teenage girl, not me. LOL) I honestly didn't expect the arrangements to be so beautiful and inventive. The colors were just brilliant and worked so well together. And "lime green" has never been REAL limes before. >>>grin<<<
|Jalynn & Chad M.|
Many of our poses and ideas came from pictures posted on Pintrest. I'm really thankful for that medium of sharing.
|Jimmy & Michelle "Communicate"|
We had so much fun taking photos of the guests. The couples wrote wedding tips for the bride & groom.
Honestly, by the end of the day, Tim and I realized we'd been working over 8 hours. Between the both of us we'd snapped over 3,000 pictures of the rehearsal, the pre-wedding, the ceremony, and the reception. We loaded them on thumbdrives (yes it took 2) and handed them over for the couple to go through.
I definitely know why wedding photographers charge so much.
I still haven't looked through all the pictures. LOL
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