Who would have guessed that I would be driving with my windows down on March 19th? Would Kim have ever guessed that she would be opening her living room windows while she was getting ready? It was an amazing day with warm sun and great light. Kim and Ken planned their day very well and gave us an hour to take photos around the Concordville Inn. Kim and Ken tiptoed through goose poo, fought through some gusty winds and Kim walked up and down hills in high heels. All for the sake of great photos. Thank you!
Adam, my Associate Photographer for the day, spent some time with the guys before the ceremony.
I couldn’t blog about the photos that initiated the guys expressions in this photo. This is a family rated blog.
The most smilingest baby ever.
Waiting for all the guests to be seated, I took the opportunity to get some great shots out in the trolley. No reason to just sit around!
Saint Agnes in West Chester is absolutely gorgeous. Great light and huge stained glass windows everywhere.
sneaking a peek out to her friends
The ring bearers ride.
Can you say beautiful light! Wow!
This baby never stopped smiling. Holy Cow.
I told Ken to put a hand in his pocket and Kim said “I have pockets too!” We had to show off her pockets. Maybe it looks like her hand got chopped off though?
Rule number #1 in photography. Follow the light. If the location has great light that’s where you want to be. Look how gorgeous this is. Love it.
Kim and Ken needed to stand on a 2 foot by 2 foot piece of wall about 4 feet tall in order for us to get them above the parking lot. We didn’t want cars ruining our sunset photo. I was pretty nervous that Kim was going to fall. I can’t imagine having to stop a wedding reception to take the bride to the hospital. I hope to never experience that. But, she did great and we took some great sunset photos. One thing I’m frustrated that I forgot to do is look for the moon. I saw photos on the news about how big it looked. It only happens every 18 years and it happened on a wedding day…and I missed it. Someone remind me in 2029 to photograph that.