I know that I put a sneak peek a couple of weeks ago and I have just been slacking with getting these up.
I have really enjoyed editing these and I have been going down the path of obsessiveness in how I want these pictures arranged and such. I am now going to go in the opposite direction and I’m just going to get these up because I just want everyone to see them. Bart was my second shooter for this and a BIG thank you goes to him for being my second set of eyes. He really did a great job and was very intuitive on knowing where to be at the right time.
Thanks Sweedy. It was a lot of fun working as a team in some other outlet than as parents…. even though I love the former partnership best! …did I say that right? (Of course I meant I liked being parents best!)
We have really gotten to know Jeremy and Emily and they are such a great couple. Jeremy rocks Guitar Hero better than anyone I’ve ever met and Emily has creativity oozing out of her finger tips. I was telling Bart on our way home that you can take the best pictures ever but if the wedding is plain then the pictures are plain. Emily’s impeccable taste and attention to detail is what made this wedding such a pleasure to shoot and edit. The location at Twin Oaks was beautiful and the day was brilliant! I truly had a great time and I’m so thankful to have such wonderful clients!
So here is what I saw (Bart too!).
This is the little chapel that was on the grounds of Twin Oaks
This was Emily’s bonnet when she was a baby.
I loved Emily’s peonies.
Jeremy waiting for Emily.
This picture sums up why I’m such a proponent for a First Look session before the ceremony.
I love how Jeremy is looking at Emily here. They’re both so in love.
Can you tell that Emily was happy?
Love this one.
All the men looking very dapper in their tuxedos. I was a little obsessed with the tree.
This little fella was too cute and I loved his name, Lynden.
OK. I’m going to stop here. There are so many more that I want to post so I think I’m going to break it up.
Next will be the ceremony and the reception.