Our friends at Astound Dance Academy gave us a great photo session. This is a great group of kids who are all very talented. The heights they could jump were amazing and challenging to shoot. Wyatt and all the girls worked together to pose and amaze us. We spent time with each dancer individually, in duos and groups. Each pose they were asked to do by Alexandra, they did with grace and talent. We look forward to working with this group many times in the future.
Here in Indaiana we are experiencing the worst winter we have had in decades, so as we battle an ice storm today I thought I post some soccer pics to remind us that eventually the snow will end, and we will be able to get out and enjoy the outdoors!
What a lovely wedding that started with a long distance romance . Amber and Tyler were married in a romantic ceremony as family and friends looked on. Family came in from as far away as Canada and Hawaii. The entire family pitched in to create a lovely setting for the wedding and reception held at Goeglein’s Reception Hall in Fort Wayne. The twin flower girls did an awesome job coating the aisle with their flower petals. The brides gown was gorgeous and heavy. So heavy that she had decided she would not be able to wear it throughout the reception, so changed into an elegant and lighter dress. The wedding party included on-line friends that had never met before attending the wedding. We would like to extend our best wishes for a wonderful life together to Amber and Tyler!
Here are a few samples from one of Lynda’s beautiful family sessions! These folks were simply wonderful to work with and we know they will treasure these memories for years to come!!
Thanks Again for allowing us the privilege to work with you!!
Samantha and David married in Warsaw Indiana Snowstorm!
Our day started out clear, but became snowy half way through our wedding. The ceremony was held downtown Warsaw at Tourmaline. The venue was decorated lovely with hanging lights and crystals. Our bride and groom exchanged vows they wrote themselves. Not a dry eye in the place by the time they were done! We then traveled to North Webster for the reception. We wanted to have some outdoor pictures, so we followed a path around the side of the American Legion towards the lovely covered bridge. We didn’t want to freeze our couple before they had a chance to enjoy their reception, so we had to be quick! A chocolate fountain was a wonderful surprise for guests.
We wish Samantha and David the very best future together!