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STACY + MICHAEL’S WEDDING – PART TWO

I know I’m slow with the blog posts, but there’s a lot going on around here so please bear with me. Here are some more images from Stacy & Michael’s beautiful wedding. Today’s post will pick up at the start of the ceremony and go through the reception.

And there are still more images to come, so stay tuned for another post soon. In the mean time, enjoy.

STACY + MICHAEL’S WEDDING – PART ONE

Let’s start with some wonderful moments and portraits from Stacy & Michael’s wedding. The weather was pretty stormy the night before and even early on the wedding day, but the clouds parted and we had almost perfect light for some amazing images.

I met Stacy several years ago while she was working for Southern Event Planners. Early on, we talked about me photographing her wedding. I’m so glad that I was available for their date. It was a wonderful wedding that I truly would have hated to miss out on.

A special thanks my awesome Aussie second shooter, Lynda. It was wonderful to have her there for that influence from down under.

STACY + MICHAEL – SNEAK PEEK

I’m a bit behind on blog posts, but I will be posting at least three more times this week. And they’re all about Stacy + Michael.

I have a ton of favorites that I’m prepping for the blog, but here are a few favorites for now.

May 13, 2013 - 10:44 pm

Kathi - Beautiful pictures! Looking forward to seeing all of them. Good Looking couple!

KEERTHI + MARK – PART THREE

Ok, it’s time to show you the third post from Keerthi & Mark’s wedding. The reception at The University Club rocked and I absolutely loved the look of the Japanese lanterns decorating the ceiling of the ballroom.

It always helps to have a band that gets people moving. The Gary Goin Group kept things going all night long. Enjoy the photos.

KEERTHI + MARK – PART TWO

Ok, below are a collection of portraits and details from Keerthi and Mark’s wedding.  The crew at Garden District did a phenomenal job with the flowers.   Ann Zambetti teamed with them to make The University Club look absolutely spectacular.

And what a cake?  I had to work my way through a crowd of people oohing and aahing at the cake from Sweet Tooth Creations made.

Enjoy!