Friday, July 11, 2008

Marriage... marriage is what brings us together... today.

I don't make shameless plugs for my photography business very often... but I had a busy weekend doing senior, wedding and family pictures over the weekend and I wanted to share a few of them. This is a slideshow from the wedding. I was friends with the bride and groom in college so it was extra special for me to be a part of their wedding day. It was a lovely wedding!

If you are interested in learning more about my business or seeing more of my work check out Unforgettable Photography.


Peter Plum said...

10 points for the Princess Bride Reference!

Slacking Overachiever said...

That does look like a lovely day, and how special that you got to take part! I'm also impressed with your photography skills, and I wish I had more opportunities to hone mine. My favorites are their hands with her bouquet, them in front of the church with the champagne, and her twirling outside. Thanks for stopping by.

kilax said...

Great slideshow!

Big Doofus said...

I'm glad you posted the name of your photography business because I kept forgetting what it was called.

Thank you. Thank you very much.

I'll be here all week.

Don't forget to tip your waitresses and drive home safe.

Misti M said...

The pictures on your site are great. I know you had sent me this site before but I guess I had forgotten about it. I am very glad I got on it because I had been curious how Joe was doing and didn’t feel like I got many answers when I asked questions. This definitely gives me more answers. I can only imagine how scared and unsure you may feel some days but I can read in your blog how positive you are being. Although the earthly future can’t be predicted for Joe or for any of our kids, we know God will be there each day with each of our children and has promised life everlasting. I know you believe that is true and is probably why you are staying positive. It doesn’t take away the fact that all mothers want their children to be blessed with the best of everything. I’m sure it is very difficult on you and Isaac. Mike and I will continue to say prayers for Joe and both of you.