Congratulations Debbine & Mike!
Debbine and Mike share a sweet love. It's the kind where they don't have to say anything to each other because the look in their eyes says it all. What started as "just friends" evolved into something much deeper as the years passed and now they share a fun life together with their oh so cute dog, Riley. Despite a rainy day, they had a beautiful wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic Cathedral and partied the night away at the Renaissance Hotel in the World Golf Village. Even though the rain wouldn't allow us to go outside to take advantage of the golf course for some shots, we were able to fake some outdoor shots due to the gorgeous lobby of the hotel that has a creek running through it with a lot of greenery.
Congratulations Debbine and Mike! Here are a few of my favorite shots of the day. And be sure to check out a lot more in the slideshow at the end! And if you want to relive their engagement session, their photos are still on my old blog here.
Debbine's two most important things in life, her ring and her cell phone. And the cute little charm on the cell phone.
Debbine's precious pup, Riley, diligently watching his mommy get dressed for her big day.
A hot pink cake! It was love at first sight! Cake by Stover's Custom Cakes
I had a great time working with the videographers, Eric and Rainer, from Simply Cinematic.
They also provided a lot of cool light from their cameras that I fun experimenting with.
I have never seen someone get so into the YMCA before. This guest had me cracking up the way the hat made him come alive on the dance floor!
I couldn't stop shooting him.
Can you figure out the secret message? Hint: It's their wedding date. 9-1-07
I've never seen a hat quite like this before. So creative! And profitable!
The beautiful bridesmaids' boquets by
Don't Forget the Flowers
One of the guests left this "love note" with the candy on one of the tables.
I couldn't help but show off how rockin' my engagement photo of Debbine and Mike looked in their guest frame. :-)
My fabulous bride-turned-second shooter, Corinna Hoffman, who you might remember from this article.