Bridal Veil Wedding Photographer
Part I covers the ceremony.
Bridal Veil Lakes is set up in a way so that the ceremony takes place on one side of the lake, and then everyone moves in a clockwise procession into an open field for a champagne toast, congratulations and lots of hugs before inching over towards dinner.
Don’t worry, the kiddies just got sparkling cider.
There were a few stragglers on the way to dinner, but as every parent knows, the best way to get a kid to move is to turn it into a race!
Some of the toasts during dinner time were so heartfelt and touching that I couldn’t even look at the resulting photos for a couple of days…
I get choked up each time I look at the shot of Navin’s mother, and hear her in my head talking about everyone there being friends, forever.
I’m getting choked up even now, as I write this! Ahh!
The setting sun was like the cue everyone had been waiting for… It’s finally dark out! Time to boogie! Heidi and Navin led the pack of party animals to the dancehall.
Music for this event was provided by DJ Anjali, who had the skills to match her smile. Or the smile to match her skills? Well, you get what I’m saying here – she rocked the house!
Wonderful images of our reception for Heidi and Navin, you captured many of the wonderful details and decorations we provided at the event.
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You truly caught the love, joy, splendor, and magic of the evening. Fantastic! I can hear those banghra beats in my body all over again! :)
such a wonderful wedding…and incredible shots too:)
And I meant “Chris”…. -_-
Haha. Thanks Sara! ^_^
You and Crhis make a fabulous team. I should have hired you to shoot our wedding!
Spectacular! What an incredible wedding, they look like a wonderful couple. I love how she came over in the canoe. Great job, Kim (and Chris). :)
Those are some of the best on camera flash photos I’ve ever seen! You rocked it. :-D This wedding looks like it was so much fun! And I love the little elephants. I gotta find me one like this….