August 9, 2011

Marc and Katherine

Marc and Katherine make quite the classy couple.

I knew from our engagement shoot back in the day that they were going to have a lot of fun on their wedding day and they didn’t disappoint. A lot of guests were there to witness them get married and have fun right along with them. Despite temperatures nearing those of the earth’s core, humidity at steam engine levels, a party bus with no A/C and a broken door… they pushed through and were able to make the most of it.

Before the ceremony during their first look, Marc gave Katherine a pendant that was his mothers. You could tell it meant a lot to both of them as their eyes teared up. On a lighter note, right after cutting the cake Marc surprised Katherine by singing Frankie Valli’s ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ to her. Not only did he sing to her in front of 250 people… he did a little dance around her during the bridge. Marc was made for moments like these… so he just soaked it right up and belted it. Katherine had a big smile on her face the whole time… soaking it all up as well. It was a very classy evening and I am glad I could be a part of it all.

Although I wish we could have had more time to get some shots of them I think the photos with the red door make me feel okay about not getting as many.

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