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!
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.
Lacy and Braiden – the new Mr & Mrs Flinn
Lacy’s gown was just stunning! Her girls had such fun doing pictures after they were ready. Braiden and his guys were looking like sharp dressed men.
After the ceremony in North Manchester it was off to New Haven for the reception. Dinner, cake, dancing and tossing was enjoyed by all! Looks like the catcher of the garter may have to wait awhile before he gets married though.
Best wishes to Lacy and Braiden. Thank you for choosing us
Sara and her girls were getting ready at a hotel in Fort Wayne when we met up with her. She had to be ripped out of her t-shirt after her hair was done so she could put her dress on! Their outdoor ceremony was held by the pond of their church in Wolcottville, North of Fort Wayne. It was a warm day, and the sun played peek-a-boo with the clouds. The wooden decorations were all created by our groom, Blake. They were very cool and unique!
After the wedding we stopped at a restaurant on the nearby lake where they held their rehearsal dinner the night before. The reception was held in Fort Wayne at YOLO. After toasts and a very moving speech by Sara’s father, we had dinner and dancing! Their first dance together was followed by a specially choreographed father-daughter dance. We also had a “first dance again” for Blake’s Aunt and Uncle. They have both been touched by and are surviving cancer. Blake and Sara wanted to honor their courage and perseveriance by having them repeat their first dance that they had done so many years ago.
Thank you, Sara and Blake for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph the memories of your special day. Best wishes!