Monday, November 23, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Catherine and Jerod are getting married in June of 2010. The ceremony will be at St. Rose and the reception at Camargo Country Club. For their engagement we went to Ault Park. It was a beautiful November day, cool and crisp. We took some photos under the pavilion and then walked down to the gardens. I wanted to accentuate the earth tones so I rendered a few images in sepia tones and desaturated a few.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Tricia and JB married on November 7. The ceremony was held at Mother of God in Covington and the reception was held at the Millennium Hotel downtown. We also did photos near the river at George Rogers Clark Park. One really fun German tradition they followed was that no one could cross the threshold into the cocktail pre-party without first taking a shot of Jagermeister. The drinks were served on a wooden tray that had cut-outs for the shot glasses and a handle which sort of resembled a saw handle. It was a really unique piece that I have since looked for online, but have not had success in finding. The groom's cake was in the shape of a Yankees ball cap, but I was rooting for the Phillies, so I didn't eat that cake. The party continued well into the night with the band, Soul Pocket. To see more of their photos, go to http://www.photosmith1.com/index2.php?v=v1#/proofing/
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Lynn and Bob married on November 7th at St. Susanna in Mason and their reception was at the Golf Center at Kings Island. Saturday was a beautiful autumn day. Touches of fall were expressed in the pew decorations with wheat, and the pumpkin centerpieces at the reception. The bride and groom thanked everyone for coming out to celebrate their day with them in one of the funniest and heartfelt greetings I've ever heard. Bob said that as part of the marriage contract, he had agreed to watch every episode of Dancing with the Stars, at least until the show got canceled, and Lynn had agreed to watch Reds baseball. After some consideration, he concluded that he may have gotten the better end of that deal. Instead of the traditional Anniversary dance, they invited all the couples who had been married 25 years or longer to dance and presented red roses to them. I really enjoyed working with them and wish them all the best. To see more pictures from their wedding go to
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Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Caroline and Betsy came in with their mom, Jamie, to have their portrait taken. They were so adorable. Caroline told Suzanne about her favorite show, Yogabagaba, and about her cat Lucky. I shot Jamie's wedding a few years ago. I really enjoy seeing the families of my brides evolve.