Candid Reflections

August 25, 2010

A Wedding On the Beach

Filed under: Photo Sessions — candid reflections @ 2:39 pm

Jason and Whitnie’s wedding took place at the beach earlier this month.  They originally planned for an outdoor ceremony but the weather didn’t exactly cooperate.  Luckily, they had rented a beautiful white tent which was just big enough to shelter all their guests who were there to celebrate with them.   They also hired the very talented sisters, Bobbie and Georgia, of Two Sisters PlanningOh, how I love to photograph venues decorated by Georgia and Bobbie!  Beside sporadic periods of drizzle,  it was a great day… a beautiful venue,  a fun-filled walk along the beach, with two young and adventurous hearts joined in love.  Thank you for the honor of photographing your day Whitnie and Jason, you were so great to play on the beach with me …can’t wait to show you the sea-weed whip pictures! 😉   And Whitnie, you jumped into the pool!!!  Could you be any more FUN?!!  Many blessings to you and your scrumptious, adorable little Kyle.

Whitnie did such a good job of keeping her dress clean, despite the damp weather and the outdoor setting.  By the time the reception was winding down though, it was apparent that a dirty dress was becoming inevitable.  After tossing her boquet, she decided to “let her hair down” and head down by the waves to have a bit of fun.

Then for the finale!   ….. why not!

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2 Comments »

  1. I wish I would have had wedding pictures like this. Michelle you do such a great job!!

    Comment by allison washington — August 27, 2010 @ 10:02 am

  2. Thanks Allison!
    And I know what you mean, my wedding pictures are more of the traditional style – they’re beautiful, but for memory’s sake I think it’s fun to have pictures to represent the day as it unfolded with all the emotion included, rather than all posed shots.

    Comment by candid reflections — August 28, 2010 @ 10:44 am


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