Steve & Jessica Got Married

Our October wedding lands us in the wonderful company of the beautiful Jessica and very cool Steve. We first met them in their April Engagement session. The day started in the lovely “Our Lady Of the Lake” church in Chapin and ended (after a quick side trip to Lake Murray – see the photos below) at 403 North Lake in Lexington. Each moment of the day, from a surprise card from Steve to his bride, to the last tearful good bye, was truly filled with a contagious joy. The day passed very quickly, and was enjoyed by all.

Now just a few images from the day.

Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography

I have a couple of very favorite moments in every wedding. Just before a father walks his daughter down the aisle, there are always words they exchange in those last private minutes. There’s no ceremony in it, no customary words, just what’s in their hearts at the time. It’s always such a tender moment.

Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography
Lexington Wedding Photography

Steve & Jessica Got Married

5 thoughts on “Steve & Jessica Got Married

  • January 13, 2011 at 7:00 am
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    Just stumbled across your blog from the DWF forum, You have some really nice wedding photography work on here.

  • February 23, 2011 at 5:46 pm
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    What a great couple, and great attention to detail by you the wedding photographer!

  • July 13, 2011 at 10:36 pm
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    Really like your style, I bet your clients are thrilled with their images. I’m a wedding photographer based in Adelaide, Australia and I’m always looking at work like this for inspiration, thank you.

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