Thursday, September 2, 2010

Misty and Jeff

I photographed Misty and Jeff several times before their wedding this past weekend. The first was an engagement session at the studio and the second was along the Hudson River in Hoboken, NJ overlooking the Manhattan skyline. They were so awesome during those shoots, I couldn't wait for their wedding. It was an awesome day at Belhurst Castle with the ceremony out on the back lawn. We got there hours before the ceremony for Misty and Jeff to see each other for the first time early in the day and then do their formals and romantics before the ceremony. During the ceremony they did a really cool rose ceremony where the mothers poured dirt into a planter with a rose bush in it, symbolizing the nurturing and beauty of their marriage. It was a unique approach replacing the unity candle or sand ceremony. Jeff was so funny during the ceremony. He kept trying to kiss Misty before it was "time". She kept laughing and backing away from him until he realized he wasn't supposed to do that yet. They were so perfect together. The rest of the evening was great with a packed dance floor and great food.
As a side note, I have a few weddings to post about before this one, but they were shorter weddings without a slideshow during the reception. My blog photos typically come from the photos I do during the reception as a slideshow. We are extremely busy everyday with shooting and editing senior photos. I will catch up soon editing some photos from the shorter weddings as well as from many of the car shoots we've been doing lately.
Until then, enjoy photos from Misty and Jeff's wedding.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Steve the pictures of Misty and Jeffs engagement and wedding are absolutely beautiful....thank you so much you definitly capured them and the moment.. What a pleasure it was having you such a major part of Misty and Jeff's day and making it a memorable time in their life...outstanding thank you so much.....Rose and Bob Saunderson

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