As a former educator myself, I was excited to photograph the wedding of two Michigan teachers: Kristin & Solomon! I throughly enjoyed the engagement photos we captured at the University of Michigan’s Arboretum last fall. We had a great time and the fall colors were just ridiculous! If you haven’t seen their engagement photos, you can see them at their engagement session blog post!
These two have awaited this day for a long time. For awhile they were in different countries while Kristin was serving on a year long missions trip. Skype was their best friend…and now they don’t have to video chat any longer! =) I really appreciate how Kristin and Solomon placed such a heavy priority on their wedding photography…I felt honored to be there with them. Solomon loves photography so much…he kept Instagramming on his honeymoon! =) There were so many wonderful moments throughout their wedding day, I hope you enjoy the photos!
Kristin’s wedding dress photo
The father of the bride in the mirror reflection
Solomon getting ready at the church
Groomsmen portraits – the guys look all sharp in their custom tuxedos from Imparali Tailors in NYC
These guys were laughing all the time and having WAY too much fun!
Creative portrait of the groomsmen – you don’t want to know where this photo was taken…when I scout a location…I am willing to take a photo anywhere! =)
Another creative photo-
I love Kristin’s smile and laugh!
The beautiful bride-
I’m sure this moment was one of Kristin’s favorite of the day…when her father prayed for her and her marriage
The proud father walking his daughter down the aisle
He is so happy – you can see it all over his face!
Love this moment-
First communion together as husband and wife
And the bubble exit!
Some bridal party portraits- What a good looking group!
Love how he makes her laugh!
Wedding cake photo-
The groomsmen performed the music for the first dance-
Thanks Kristin & Solomon for having me as your wedding photographer! I appreciate you bringing me from Chicago to Ann Arbor, Michigan! You guys have a great story and testimony – I look forward to seeing where God takes you in the future!