I have not posted in two weeks . . .
I’ve been busy editing photos and video that I took for a wedding . . .
I wanted to share a few of my favorites with you . . .
(click photos to enlarge)
The church was a beautiful, old, historical building made of stone and brick,
located in a quaint Historical Downtown.
As soon as I walked in, I knew I’d be taking tons of photos
just of the church alone . . .
you know how I love old/historical houses & buildings.
The church was beautifully and simply decorated.
. . . with the Bride
All the windows in the sanctuary were original stained glass.
I couldn’t pass it up . . .
This is one of my very favorite photos.
I think it will look beautiful in a silver frame,
don’t you? 🙂
There’s just something about Black & White photos . . . even now.
Bride, Mother, and Grandmother. Three generations celebrating a very special day.
I love this picture.
I know a little of what the Father of the Bride must have been feeling . . .
our kids are now married and I remember well
the mixed feelings of great happiness as well as a sense of loss
and that things would never be quite the same.
But here, a moment of pure joy and laughter was captured on film.
The little girl all grown up now; Daddy still able to make her laugh.
How very important they are in life.
Good choice! So much nicer that getting rice in your clothes!
It looks better in pictures, too 🙂
Praying their union will be a sweet one,
and that it will last “as long as they both shall live.”
Have a great week everybody!
Love to you all,