There are no words to describe these two. The love they share together is amazingly evident. They could not stop looking at each other, talking with each other and holding each other. We started off at Heather’s house where they met for the first time. I love these images because I did not script any of it. (The only thing I suggested was that he stand behind the door first before they saw each other). You can not “produce” this kind of stuff. Right when they saw each other for the first time, she gave him her purity ring that she had worn up until that day. I know a lot of people wait until the alter to see each other, but this was up there ranking in the best all time first sightings ever! Let’s just say my assistant Heather and I were crying. Then we had plenty of time to get all the pictures out of the way and they could enjoy the reception shortly after getting married. My other favorites are the photos of them in the field, very unscripted as well…I told them “Go sit on his lap over there and love up on each other” and there you have it…REAL LIFE…. Enjoy the mini slide show from there big day!
Seth and I got the privilege of going to the Orioles game again this year. We got to sit 3 rows away from the dugout in the sweet spot! I was THRILLED when I got this shot…Millar was coming in for a run (which would have brought them into the lead) and the ump called him OUT when you can clearly see in the photo that he was safe. We were sitting in the “sweet seats” that our friend let us have for my birthday tonight. Everyone around us was looking at my camera yelling “he was safe we have proof!” …next thing you know my camera is being passed around in the dug out so the players could see…. let me repeat myself…MY CAMERA WAS BEING PASSED AROUND THE ORIOLES DUGOUT….this kind of stuff only happens on your birthday huh!?Heres the shot…
Venue: Cloisters Castle
Caterer: Putting on the Ritz
Florist Wilhides Unique Flowers
Baker: Moulin De Paris
What a perfect day! I wanted to get this post up for you before the super busyness begins (as if it hasnt already) Lessa is a photographer herself…so it was fun to shoot her day for her and she let me play a lot which I ALWAYS love!Thanks Brad and Lessa for a fun day! Here is a mini slideshow to enjoy
Matt and Gentry are friends of ours from Colorado. It is really neat to hear how it all worked out for me to shoot her wedding. I was booked every other weekend in May and was actually booked for the 17th as well. Unfortunately I had a cancellation and so I had one weekend slot available. My husband and I planned a vacation since it was now the only weekend that we would have available to travel. At that time Gentry had not chosen a date for her wedding, and actually picked her date according to when I would be there. (I am flattered Gen that you would plan your day around me!) It was a beautiful day and everything went off without a hitch! Gentry gets pinned from nursing school this week and then they head out to Mexico for their honeymoon. Thanks again for having me at your wedding! The really fun thing that sticks out in my mind about their reception was the father daughter dance, after they danced a slow dance, they danced to “Freedom” by Aretha Franklin…it was HILARIOUS! Another cool thing is the cake toppers, Gentry and her Mom made them out of clay, so fun! Good job guys! Love ya lots
Heres a link to a mini slideshow for ya till your proofs are ready!
While I was away in Colorado my FANTASTIC assistant Heather shot Daniel and Lisa’s engagement session. I got the files yesterday and was so excited to season them with a little “stacy love”…Heather does an amazing job and I am so thankful she is a part of my life! Heather and I will be shooting their wedding on June 7th! We are looking forward to it for sure! Enjoy a few of my favs from their session.
Florist: Shirley Windsor
Abe, Laura and I met back in September of last year when I was 7 months pregnant, in walks Abe who is an OB doctor and Laura is a labor and delivery nurse, (we were quite the treo at our meeting joking that I was in safe hands if I were to go into labor during our meeting). They met at work, how cute is that! They deliver babies together. They are both from New York and had a destination wedding in St Michaels, MD. Laura grew up in Annapolis but now lives in New York city. This wedding was really different for me which was really fun. They had an American Ceremony as well as a Persian Ceremony. The Persian Ceremony was really interesting, I loved experiencing their culture and traditions. The one thing I really took away from the whole day was how much their families loved each other. I attended the rehearsal dinner, and there was a lot of hugging and kissing, and laughing together. Enjoy the mini slideshow I put together as well as a few of my favorites from the 2 days…
Ceremony: Loyola Chapel
Reception: Tremont Grande
Wedding Coordinator: Stephanie Day from Dream Day Planners
Yesterday I had the privilege of shooting an elegant affair at the Treamont Grande. Rachael really did a fantastic job with everything she planned for her big day. These are a few of my favorites from the day. Their mini slideshow can be seen here.
Ceremony: Quiet Waters Park
Reception: Pauls on the South River
Flowers: A Blooming Basket
Baker: Baltimore Cupcake Company
DJ: DJ Michael K
Emily came to me back in June of last year and I liked her the moment I met her. She is really laid back, fun and a sweet girl. She works here at the local hospital and I am sure she is a fantastic nurse. She is a faithful “Blog Stalker” as she called herself. I am so thankful that her day was beautiful for her and Zach. The weather was forecasting thunderstorms but it turned out to be a gorgeous day. Thanks for allowing me to be a big part of your day. Here are a few of my favorite pics from yesterday, and we can’t forget the minislideshow. Enjoy! PS Emily, now that you are out of the closet with your blog stalking…feel free to leave a commentAgain it was great to spend the day with you yesterday!