This past weekend I got to shoot at my very first wedding with Jaime Windon aka the blonde photographer (check your her site if you have not already!). It was AMAZING! I have been in and to my fair share of weddings but shooting at a wedding definitely heighten my awareness of the emotions flying around . On more than one occasion I found myself getting a little misty (the sun was in my eyes! lol) and trying to fight back tears and these were people that I had just met. The bride, Sara, had such an expressive face (as you will see in the pictures) and I don’t think Jack stopped smiling all day long. This was the perfect couple to shoot for a first wedding. They were fun, young and in love…and they had the best bridal party EVER – you will see why further down in ths post;) I hope you all enjoy looking at these pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them. Sara & Jack Congratulations!!! I hope you have a long and happy life together. Thank you both for letting me be a part of this day. And a huge thank you to Jaime for letting me serve as a second shooter and for letting me drool on, I mean use your 5D:) Enjoy!!
This was the driveway leading up to the wedding site. I actually turned around and came back down the driveway to get this picture…I am glad I did.
Sara & Jack’s son…he is such a cutie.
I cannot even tell you all how excited about this picture. I wanted to get this pictures 2 years ago when my friend Mindy got married (same place) and I only had my point and shoot so I was not able to get the shot.
First kiss as a married couple!
Ha! I love their faces in this picture.
For those of you who have taken pictures with me, you know I had to get this shot. LOL
How cute is his head on her shoulder!
I lost a bridesmaid behind Sara’s flowers but I just love the sassy body language and face!
Reason #1 that they are awesome- they are kung fu fighting.
Reason #2. If any of you blog readers have ever been to Ocean City, MD and gotten scopes…you can totally appreciate this picture. Jaime was telling me what a fun group this was the night before the wedding and I said what if they did a pyramid, that would be the best. When we were getting ready to do the group shots one of the groomsman leaned over and said- Why don’t we do a pyramid like the scopes guys do at the beach. See why I loved this group. LOL
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better…it does! Sara said there is no way they are going to outdo us…so her girls and 1 bridesman dropped to their knees and did a pyramid as well!
Jaime and I were almost eaten alive by bugs trying to get a good ring shot. Sorry Jaime!
The father-daughter dance was very sweet.
I was so excited to have a few days to myself when I was in MD but after I took this picture my eyes definitely started to well up a little.
Catching Jaime’s flash at the reception.
The whole reception joined us outside for a jumping picture…I didn’t exactly catch the jump though;)