It’s been about a month since I’ve posted last. Gosh, I didn’t realize how much Christmas and family time would take away from my ability to finish things…
With that being said, this wedding was one Heidi and I shot in early December. The couple, Dan and Nicole, were very easy to work with. Their calm and caring demeanors helped the day to go by swimmingly even after several changes needed to be made to the photography schedule.
If you’re interested in commenting on these photos, you may either do so at the bottom of the post or over on my facebook page here. Enough jibber jabber. Lets look at some memories!
We began in downtown Detroit at Fort Street Presbyterian Church. This is, by far, one of the most amazing sanctuaries I’ve occupied space within.
Lets start with the dudes.
Isn’t that sanctuary amazing? This window below had me going all day too.
And now for the ladies.
See what I mean about that window!?
You can also see how much Nicole likes getting her picture taken.
A father’s first glimpse of his daughter in her dress.
The lovely bridesmaids.
Dan and Nicole get a moment before the ceremony. Is it cheating if they’re touching?
Last minute touch-ups.
Everyone takes their places before the ceremony begins.
Here comes the bride.
Bear with me on this next one. It’s a vertical panorama showing the fantastic ceiling of the church.
The couple make their escape.
We reconvene for some shots with just Dan and Nicole.
The whole wedding party joins in on the fun.
Locations below are at the waterfront and downtown Plymouth, MI (where the reception was held).
In the banquet hall, Dan and Nicole cut their beautiful cake.
Daddy & Daughter.
Mother & Son.
Lets get the party started!
Below, you’ll see two of Dan’s brothers swing dancing their date’s hair off.
We end with a bouquet and garter toss.
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