Corinne had plenty of help to get ready for her wedding, including the flower girl! Our couple wanted a quiet moment before the ceremony, but didn’t want to see each other, so we had them stand on either side of a doorway. The groomsmen passed the time by playing air hockey. After the ceremony we took the wedding party downtown by the courthouse for photos. They were a brave crew, considering the cold and rain we had that day.
The reception was held at the Akron Community Center. Cake smashing and dancing highlighted the reception. Have we ever mentioned that cake smashing makes the best photos? Ha!
Best wishes to our lovely couple! Thank you, Corinne and Josh, for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph your special day!
On a chilly and rainy day in November Tara and Adam were married at the Adamsville Road Church of God in Elkhart. Friends and family gathered to celebrate their union. They had a lovely table set up to honor those family members who had passed away and lit candles for them during the ceremony.
After the wedding the reception was held at the RV Hall of Fame & Event Center. Dinner was served buffet style. Toasts, cake cutting, dances and tosses were the major events of the night. The couple had a print of a tree for their guest to place fingerprint leaves as their guest book.
Thank you, Tara and Adam for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph your special day. Best Wishes!
We had a wonderful time wandering around Mishawaka with this couple, taking photos and getting to know them in anticipation of what we think we will be a WONDERFUL and FUN wedding day in 2015!
Thanks guys for the lovely afternoon!
The pretty riverside park provided the perfect backdrop for our engagement session with Adrianne and Matt. We wandered across the bridge to the stoney waterfall area. It was fun to get to know this happy couple.
We are looking forward to their wedding in June 2015.
Angie and Brian were married at the Blue Chip Hotel and Casino. Angie had the prerequisite something old, new, borrowed. She was married in her “blue”! She also had her green, just look at those shoes!
Brian’s Goddaughters were flower girls, and nephews were ring bearers. Angie’s daughter and son were attendants as well as other friends and family. This family celebrated their joining with a sand ceremony that included all four of them.
Their reception immediately followed the short ceremony. They had cupcakes instead of cake. It was hard to chose only one because they had so many delicious flavors. We took the couple down to the casino to take photos under the lights, and Angie headed into the bar to dance to the band! The band was thrilled to see our couple and everyone congratulated them.
Best wishes to this wonderful family.