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Pamela and Marcus Fall Wedding!!

AwesomeWedding Planned while Pamela was in Afghanistan serving our country. All via Satellite phone and email. Pamela and Marcus visited just 3 weeks before the wedding for the First Time !! It was perfect ! check out her wedding gallory here !

By the Way..... Pamela's Wedding was skyed to her mom in Spain!

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..MAX + LAURA | HIDEAWAY COUNTRY INN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER..
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The long stone driveway wound back behind the cornfield to reveal the sweetest country inn, the perfect spot for Max + Laura to tie the knot. The sun was bright, but tucked behind a few clouds, and the remnants of tropical storm Issac were on it’s way. The finishing touches were being put up, as the chairs were being set out for the outdoor ceremony and the flowers were being placed on the tables under the tented reception. I found Laura in the tree house suite as her preparation for her day was beginning. The ladies were enjoying their mimosas and chicken salad as they chatted, some getting their hair done, others placing makeup on their faces.

The sound of car doors shutting was heard in the parking lot below, as the groomsmen began to arrive. Headed down to greet them, Max drove past. They had just come from their morning shooting range excursion. {A handful of his guys couldn't get together until the wedding weekend, so they had fun the morning of.} Once the guys were dressed, I grabbed them and Gus for their portrait session. The rain began in the distance, as the guys watched a lighting storm behind me as I continued to shoot before it reached us. Shortly after, I joined the ladies where they were just getting ready to let Laura slip into her dress. I caught her Mom peeking through the railing as she watched her only daughter prepare herself for her husband-to-be.

I took the ladies into the inn to avoid the rain that had began to pitter patter on the roof top. Inside the ladies were treated to a drink at the bar, and joked that they had a little more fun than the guys! {It was meant to stay a secret, but Laura couldn't help but share once she finally saw Max!!} The rain passed and we worked our way outside for a few portraits in the light. Looking across the field it was going to be a last minute decision on whether the wedding was going to be outside as planned. Once the girls were tucked back away and guests had to use umbrellas to make their way in, it was apparent that their outdoor ceremony was going to take place under the tent. A little heartbroken, they succumbed to their only choice. Enlisting some family, they were able to help move tables aside to make an aisle for the ceremony. One of the best touches of the day was that Laura’s father was both walking her down the aisle as well as marrying her to her husband. What a sweet memory that will always be for them!

Once they were pronounced husband and wife, the rain let up to a light mist and the bridal party as well as the newly wed couple braved everything for the portraits. We moved quickly so that Issac didn't unleash while we were out, yet still making sure that everything that they wanted from their day was captured! Knowing that the rain began to get a tad heavier {with camera a little wet} we made our way towards dinner. It didn't take long for the craziness of Issac to quickly take over. Buckets and buckets of rain came pouring down, and while water made it’s way on the dance floor, it didn't stop the party. Even the lights going out didn’t dampen the guys from having a bit of fun, creating a disco light show singing to Sweet Caroline.

 

 

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