We shot Travis and Kassidy’s Engagement in August. They are high school sweethearts that waited until Travis completed his service with the Marine Corps. They held their ceremony and reception at Travis’ parents house. The girls prepared in the basement … Continue reading →
Joseph and Kara were married on a very warm, sunny day in June surrounded by many family and friends at the beautiful Lakeside Park and Rose Garden. After the ceremony, the lake on the grounds provided the perfect background for pictures, as well as the rose garden itself of course! The reception was held at The Old Train Depot with dinner, drinks, and a live band. We wish this couple the very best and thank them for letting us be a part of their special day.
Katie and Zach chose the Bonneyville Mill park for their engagement session. They met on line three years ago and have been doing their family pictures at Bonneyville Mill ever since. And what a wonderful crew they have. With five boys between them – Hunter, Landen, Brian, Aiden and Caleb – they are a busy family.
We walked around the park, across the river and then over to the mill. At one point Zach looked at Katie and said, “Just look how pretty she is, I have to kiss her!” Oh, so sweet! By the time we were done, the boys were ready to collapse, so they did!
We look forward to their quickly approaching wedding in October.
Erin and Morgan met in 2007 and dated on and off until 2016. Now four years later they have tied the knot! We met Erin and her mom at a South Bend bridal show in January. We didn’t have a chance to do an actual engagement session with them, so attended Erin’s Bridal Shower instead! Erin’s stepmother hosted the shower and her family and friends had a great time. They played several party games, including “Wedding Item Mix-up”, “Name that Cake”, and “How well does Erin know Morgan?” (we won’t tell!) The final game was Price is Right.
The day of the wedding we met Erin at the Celebration in Mishawaka Indiana. She and her bridal party took over one room of the building while the main room was decorated for the ceremony and reception. Their hashtag “Shew to Fish” stems from Erin’s maiden name, Shewmaker, and changing to “Salmon” (fish). How cute is that!
The bridal party included family and friends, even Erin’s little sisters Rowan and Reagan as a flower girls. The wedding ceremony was fun and touching. Afterward we took photos at the arbor they had set up for the ceremony. Also, a friend of theirs created the awesome chalk drawing for them, so we had to take photos there also. The hall was set up with social distancing in mind. Guests wore masks to the buffet line and as appropriate. Hand sanitizer was given as favors.
Thank you, Erin and Morgan for choosing White Tiger Photographic to capture your special day!
Our gun loving couple, Mike and Amanda, were married on a perfect July day in a gorgeous church complete with antique stained glass windows. Family and best friends made up the wedding party and the day was filled with lots of love and laughs. After a heartfelt ceremony, we ventured outside and to a nearby park for some more formal photos. The day was completed with a luncheon and the couple was off to Tennessee for their honeymoon. We wish them all the best and thank them for letting us be a part of their special day.