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June 16, 2009
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Saturday the 13th I had the pleasure of photographing Tim and Liz’s wedding.  We started at the hair salon where Liz and her bridesmaids were getting their hair done.  Then it was on to Plainfield United Methodist Church, for the big day.

The Hair Do for the I do.

 

 

When I got to the church, the alter centerpiece was sitting up there all alone, and it looked fantastic.  The way the church was lit and the vibrant colors all came together to make this amazing image.

 

 

And here is Tim!

 

 

Tim was a rock star all day long!

 

 

The Guys!

 

 

Shoes….

 

 

….and the Dress!

 

 

Liz and the bridesmaids.

 

 

I LOVE this shot!  The church was very cool on the inside, and made for great images.

 

 

The First Kiss

 

 

Bubbles!  All the guests really let loose, look at all the bubbles!

 

 

After the wedding we went to Friendship Gardens in Plainfield for some fun outdoor pictures.

 

 

Check out the new hardware!

 

 

Then it was on to Chateau Thomas Winery for the party!  After a delicious dinner the couple decided it was time for cake!

 

 

The first dance as a married couple.

 

 

Then Tim decided it was time to wow everyone with his moves.

 

 

I am not sure what dance this was, but it sure looks like they were having a good time!

 

 

And one last dance.

 

 

 Some Slide Show fun

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Thanks for letting me be a part of your special day, and I hope you are enjoying your honeymoon in Cancun.

2 Comments
  • Dustin, this is fantastic. You did a great job! I love the slide show, too, and can hardly wait to see the individual photographs.

    Throughout the day I could see that you were working hard to get the right photographs, and the results show. As the father of the bride (the guy who writes all the checks), I could not have asked for more.

    I’m a fan!

  • What a wonderful slide show for an awesome wedding! I loved it. Thanks for sharing it with us.