Mike is a news photojournalist working in Fort Mill SC and hired me to travel to his destination wedding and give him the insider angle that a true photojournalist would produce. I loved the backyard feel, and barefoot joy that they facilitated for their event and I hope I communicated their spirit to you!
Tammy and John’s wedding album custom designed by Neil Cowley.
Tammy and John’s wedding was held at the Genesee Country Museum and this natural organic album design flowed from their gorgeous event. Read the extended post below to see the full design and read Neil’s discussion of the design elements. … Read more
Well, today we’ll get through the opening of the reception with Cameron and Britta.
Cameron and Britta danced a Rumba step to Micheal Buble’s ‘Save the Last Dance for Me” which was a sparkling treat for the guests. My complements to their dance instructor who picked a perfect step to characterize these two playful souls. This should communicate it for you:
What a ham, that Cameron – just wait till you see him dance to get his Treo back! But then it’s time for Britta and her father to dance.
Britta and her dad had some moves as well as elegance.
After the dancing, Mr. Johnson started off the toasts to the couple.
Who looks as though she couldn’t be prouder. But the main thrust of Stockton and Brendan, was that Cameron had chosen to marry someone surprisingly similar to his mother. And so I have to swerve away from these very nice pictures to counterpoint the jest – remember for a moment with me, Cameron preparing:
Now, exhibit B in the prosecution’s case:
Need I go on? Cause I could…..
But I wouldn’t want to bring you to tears once again.
Besty holds back the emotion during her toast.
Cutting the cake to finish the reception and go outside for some sunset portraits.