Brittany and Derrek Married in Kokomo Indiana
There were a few hiccups on the way to the altar for Brittany. Her dress was not finished properly by the seamstress so she had to wear another. As her bridesmaids ere putting on their dresses, they realized theirs were also not finished. One bridesmaid dress still had the pins still in it. We had to cut the heads off the pins and pull them off. But our girls persevered and went on to have a beautiful wedding.
The Elite Banquet Hall in Kokomo was a gorgeous venue. We had fun with the “ring shot” and did a couple different versions. Our group shots were taken in the park at the covered bridge.
Congratulations and best wishes to Brittany and Derek!
Tiffany’s dress really made an impression. It was a gorgeous one shoulder mermaid style. Her brother wrote her the sweetest letter! After the ceremony we took some photos outdoors then went to the American Legion for the reception.
Congratulations to Tiffany and Jake!
Manchester University was the setting for Nadia and Josh’s outdoor wedding. The ceremony was held by the fountain under the trees on a beautiful June day. Nadia walked along the sidewalk towards the ceremony and met with her father at the back of the area. He walked with her to join Josh in front of the fountain.
After the ceremony the guests enjoyed hor d’oeuvres while we wandered to the Peace Garden for pictures. After dinner the couple cut their cake and had their first dance. Afterwards we did some fun photos with their college friends.
We would like to extend our best wishes for a bright and wonderful future to Nadia and Josh.
We wandered around Notre Dame campus with Shayna and Adam. Adam’s mom came along to keep an eye on Rufus the dog. Rufus was very good about posing for pictures with our couple, at least as long as the squirrels stayed away!
Thank you for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph your special day! Eric and Lynda had a great time getting to know you.
A Wedding of the Past!
Brynn and Chris were married during the reenactment of the 1812 Battle of Mississinewa by Marion Indiana. The Bridal party was all in period costume. The bride’s dress was handmade by one of the reenactment ladies. As the couple had their first kiss, a cannon boomed! It startled everyone, even those of us who knew it was coming! As they were being presented to their friends and family as Mr & Mrs, the Indians rushed in and stole the Bride! They did return her and we went to the Honeywell Center in Wabash for the reception.
We’d like to thank Brynn and Chris for giving us one of the most interesting, and educational, weddings we have ever had! Best Wishes to this wonderful couple!