Thursday, January 3, 2008

Heidi & Alan

Can you believe the holidays are officially over? I swear Christmas snuck up so fast on me this year that I still can't full comprehend that they are over! Hopefully you all had a wonderful time with your family and friends. Aaron and I thoroughly enjoyed some much needed quiet time alone with our friends and family. It was absolutely heavenly... but by the 28th I was back out shooting again.
Any one who's ever visited my home this time of year already knows I love the holidays... give me a radio station of all Christmas tunes and I'm in heaven. So it's a given that I adore photographing holiday weddings. All those twinkle lights everywhere and you can still feel the cheerfulness of Christmas in the air. Heidi and Alan's wedding was a perfect example of all that I love about this time of year... and unfortunately... also the one detail I don't care for..... snow storms. What a crazy sense of humor mother nature has - but what an incredible backdrop for your wedding! My fingers were frozen, along with my windshield.. and my knuckles were white from the driving that day but once I was home and began to edit the images from this wedding I was so thankful for the incredible beauty of the day. I had so many favorites from this wedding it was hard to narrow it down to the few you see here.
Heidi & Alan were the perfect couple for this wintry wedding... they are so beautiful inside and out that it just was a wonderful balance to the craziness of the weather. Heidi & Alan had planned a small intimate wedding of their closest family and friends. What incredible families these two have! By the end of the evening it felt like you were a member of the family... complete with all the nieces and nephews constantly dancing circles around you. It was truly a pleasure to be a member of this family... even if only for one evening. Congratulations Heidi & Alan and enjoy your sneak peek.

I just love this image of the flowergirls - Favorite!

Heidi's father gave a beautifully touching speech at the reception.
I'm a sucker for such touching moments between father & daughter:)

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