Laura and Marcus 10.11.08
posted by Kelly
We have gotten all out of order on posting so some of our brides have gotten skipped from the fall….so sorry guys, I promise you are in queue.
I am very pleased to post about one of the sweetest brides I think we have ever met. If I could fold Laura up and put her in my pocket I would. She has the cutest little voice (think Kristen Chenoweth) and is just so stinking cute! She is the kind of person that you find yourself smiling perpetually around. We could not be happier to shoot Marcus and Laura’s beautiful wedding. She has impeccable taste! Her reception flowers were some of the most gorgeous I have ever seen…go Rod Meek!!! The wedding was at the beautiful First Presbyterian Church and her elegant reception was hosted at the Academy of Fine Art.
Laura and Marcus you can have coffee at our house anytime. From our very first consultation with you we have enjoyed your humor, ease and enthusiasm about our work. We hope only the best for you both in your future together as husband and wife.
The beautiful bride.
Her mom is so elegant!
Matron of honor
It is so great to see familiar faces at weddings. Kristen used to work with Ryan during his coffee shop days.
Laura’s grandmother’s broach.
An oldie but goodie pose. It seriously never gets old.
Marcus’s grandmother was ADORABLE! She came in to see Laura just before she got married. In her lovely southern drawl she grabbed Laura’s hand and said, “You’re going to love being a Borel!” It was so cute and sweet.
This bridesmaid was great at keeping the flower girls entertained so they wouldn’t meltdown waiting for their debut.
A throwback to a scene from Reservoir Dogs.
One of my favorites of the night…great body language.
The pears were such a great touch, so fresh and unique. This was the last shot of the night. The father of the bride called Ryan over and said, “Hey Ryan, I have a shot for you, how about the father of the bride after the wedding is all over!” Great sense of humor and all too true!
The pears were such a great touch, so fresh and unique.
This was the last shot of the night. The father of the bride called Ryan over and said, “Hey Ryan, I have a shot for you, how about the father of the bride after the wedding is all over!” Great sense of humor and all too true!