Earlier this month, Katie and David‘s wedding was featured over at The Bride’s Cafe. You can read more about their wedding details, and take a peek at a few more images taken by yours truly by clicking on the link or image below. 🙂
I had a hilariously fun portrait session with Mandy and Mike recently. We decided to meet at Pocahontas State Park with all the beautiful changing leaves. The park is also significant to Mandy and Mike because this is where they got engaged and then married!
A few I wanted to share to start off the weekend:
Thanks you two! It was fabulously fun! 🙂
One of the fun parts about having a baby is that you can dress them up! I can’t think of a better time to dress up your baby than on Halloween.
One day she’ll be old enough to decide on her own costumes, but for her first Halloween, we got this adorable costume for Penelope:
It took her a little while to appreciate the frog life:
Happy Halloween! 🙂
Oh I have had fun working with David and Katie. They were married earlier this month at Cannon Chapel at University of Richmond. After the ceremony, they had their reception at Willow Oaks Country Club. There were lots of lovely details and moments and it was hard to choose just a few to share!
Let’s start with the getting ready…(Brides, you can order these fun personalized hangers from Etsy!):Aren’t the flowers gorgeous?!The bride was beautiful as well!:I think this might be my new favorite bridal party group image!Check out the groom’s cake! I had to tease David a little bit because on the viewfinder they had a photo from their engagement session…which was taken with a Nikon camera! 😉Congratulations David and Katie! I wish you both the best and a wonderful and blessed marriage. 🙂
This next wedding I am sharing is from Denise and Wade’s. They were married earlier this month at Main Street Station, and it really was the most beautiful October day to do it. The weather was perfect and made for some wonderful lighting effects. Some highlights from the day:
Congratulations you two! I wish you many happy years together. 🙂