Ryan proposed to Brianna during a bible study. He had a little trouble getting through it, but he made it! And she said “Yes”. Their lovely church service was at their Level 13 Church. The reception was held at Goeglein’s Homestead.
Brianna attached her Grandfather’s cuff link to the back of her dress. Being Cubs fans, the garters had to be Cubs!
Congratulations Brianna and Ryan. Thank you for choosing White Tiger Photographic to be with you on your special day.
Chrissy and Sam had their event at the Wicker Park Social Center in Highland Indiana. The outdoor wedding at the gazebo was on a beautiful day in August. Chrissy’s sister officiated. Sam’s nice and nephew were the flower girl and ring bearer. Chrissy used to be the nanny for the junior bridesmaid and groomsman.
After the ceremony we used the lovely grounds as our backdrop for photos. We did some formal ones in front of the fountain and at the gazebo. Then we moved to the grass to do some fun ones! Trying to have bridesmaids spell out LOVE was interesting!
The reception was in the hall of Social Center. The DJ played a “kissing game”. He had a list of couples and called on them to kiss or come out to the dance floor and do something else. Chrissy and Sam had to kiss after each couple.
Thank you Sam & Chrissy for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph your wedding day. Congratulations and Best Wishes from all of us!
Dan and Laurie were married in Fort Wayne Indiana.
Laurie saw our booth at a bridal show and stopped by, only to realize that she went to college with Michelle.
Family was a big part of the wedding. Dan”s sister and family came in from Quincy Illinois for the ceremony. Laurie’s brother, sister-in-law and niece were all in the wedding.
During the reception they sang happy birthday to their friend Del. Toasts were done by Laurie’s brother Ron who was Best Man and his wife, Lori. Ron started his speech, then brought up Lori to help finish it. They did their bouquet toss, then brought out a chair for Laurie to sit in. Dan pulled out rubber duckies and other novelty items first, then the garter.
There were three couples who were married over 45 years during the Anniversary Dance. Laurie’s parents have been married 46 years, another couple 49. The longest marriage was 67 years!
Thank you to Laurie and Dan for choosing White Tiger Photographic! Congratulations!
Yenly and Fred married in Anderson IN
Fred and Yenly were married at the Mounds State Park in Anderson Indiana. This was their third ceremony. Yenly had been living in Canada working on her PhD. On a trip to the states to visit Fred, they were married in a church ceremony in Ohio, then at the county courthouse.
This ceremony included all their family and friends. Yenly is from Columbia and her her brother and his family came to the wedding. Her brother walked her down the aisle. The service was bilingual, with an interpreter repeating the words in Spanish. It was a very warm and muggy day, and one of the videographers passed out during the ceremony. She was okay after she had some water and cooled down. After the ceremony, Fred and Yenly danced down the aisle!
Yenly had a lot of ideas for photos and the park was a wonderful location. There was a bit of a breeze outside so that helped. There was a wooden bridge that led down the side of the hill into the woods. We used the bridge and the woods for photos.
Thank you, Yenly and Fred for choosing White Tiger Photographic to share your final wedding day!