Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Holly and Luke tie the knot - Arkansas wedding photographer

Hey everybody!

Today is detail day and story day for Holly and Luke's wedding! As with any story, I like to first set the scene...

So, those were some fab details, but my favorite thing ALL DAY was the shoe shot. I'm such a girl when it comes to shoes (really, you should see my shoes in my closet!)

This is one bad@$$ group of guys...

But the girls had to show them up with their "sexy" pose:

And another...

And then they finally got all the jokes I had been telling all day long:


Oh! So there was also a wedding. Go figure. Here is a sweet, emotional shot of the ceremony.

And every man's favorite part, el beso! That's Italian. For Kiss.

Watch out - this snow doesn't melt!


At the reception, there was a fun sorority song...


I can't be certain, but I'm pretty sure Luke is saying "Dude, our badass photographer is right there - and his picture will be 10 times better than yours"

Guess what song they're singing here. (waiting while you guess) If you guessed "Pour Some Sugar On Me" by Def Leopard, you are correct, and are probably some sort of genius. I mean, I would have guessed something the the number "1" in it.

This image cracks me up - look at the anticipation... the desire... the bouquet-lust, if you will...



I saved my favorite shot for the end. I have two shots that I keep going back and forth between, but I think I love this one more. This is a killer shot from their first dance. A first dance to end the blog? Yep. Congrats Luke and Holly! See ya at the Benny Awards!


Talk to you soon,
Dale

1 comment:

  1. WOW....you two rock!!! We just got back into the good ole USA last night and got to look at these this morning!!!! We love them!! Thank you so much! And yesterdays post was amazing. We cried a little but in a good way!!

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