Kristina and Paul Engaged in Valparaiso, Indiana
Kristina and Paul chose Coffee Creek for their engagement session. Coffee Creek is a wonderful area for a shoot. It has so many different features such as water, flowers and structures.
Kristina had on some mile high shoes that matched the purple shirt Paul was wearing. She walked quite a distance in them, switching out to some flats occasionally.
We will be seeing more of this couple in October at their wedding.
The Goeglein Homestead is such a beautiful place for a wedding. The Garden Grove has a lovely cedar arbor and willow trees. Even on a hot summer day it is beautiful. The upstairs room has plenty of space for a bride to get ready for her special day. Tia and her girls used the space and stayed cool before the wedding. The guys hung out in the parking lot and stairwell as they were waiting. We did some silly and some formal shots with Wyatt and his guys at the Grove.
Our couple grew up across the street from each other. The first time they talked, was through a fence. They were High School Sweethearts. They were on a vacation, climbing a mountain, when Wyatt proposed. Wyatt put together a video of their hike to show at the reception.
Thanks Tia and Wyatt for choosing White Tiger Photographic. Best Wishes!
Erin & James Married in LaPorte Indiana
Erin and Jimmie and their attendants met at the Best Western Plus hotel to get ready. Their formal church ceremony was attended by many family and friends. After the ceremony, we went to some special spots to do photos, such as the radio station where Jimmy works. Then is was back to the Best Western for their Disney themed reception. Instead of table numbers, each table was designated by a famous couple, such as Jasmine and Aladdin or Mickey and Minnie. Their “Happily Ever After” cake fit the theme perfectly.
Best wishes and congratulations to Erin and Jimmie! Thank you for choosing White Tiger Photographic to help celebrate your wedding day!
Carla and David were married in a formal ceremony in South Bend. The detail on the back of her dress led to a full train. Such a pretty dress! The ceremony also included “jump the broom” and a unity sand.
David’s Best Man took his responsibilities very seriously. He even made sure David had fresh breath for his first kiss with Carla. At the reception, their uncle serenaded them!
Best wishes, Carla and David!
It was a bit warmer than usual when we traveled to Lakeside Park for this wonderful duo’s engagement session. As we wandered Lakeside Park we laughed and joked and got to know them, we also captured some beautiful images!
Congrats guys we look forward to capturing your special day!