I feel like I’ve been excited for this wedding forever – I’m almost sad it’s over ;-(  Katy and Mike are such a great couple, and they really went out of their way to make Tommy and I feel like friends and guests at their celebration.

I’m so happy to share some of my favorite images from their day with all the people who have probably been stalking the blog waiting for them (you know who you are, haha!)

Katy’s dress was stunning – loved the vintage detailing!
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a few scenes from her and Mike’s first look
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attach of the flying veil!!  love this 😉
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the boys lookin’ cool…
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Katy had such a pretty group of bridesmaids! (although, i may be a little biased – one of them is a past bride of mine – can you spot her?!).  bridesmaids hair and makeup by brides on location.
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some cute details (flowers by Hollye Mackler)
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how much do you love these colors – brilliant move with the orange shawls!
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LOVE these next few of Katy with her dad en route to the ceremony (i got to ride along in the town car – GREAT photo op!)
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ceremony at the cutest little church in downtown Manchester – same church Katy’s parents were married at
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great church exit!
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and this was when I realized I was stepping on Katy’s veil – D’OH!
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some photos around downtown Manchester
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fun times on the party bus en route back to the eagle crest marriott, where the reception was held.  It was my first time shooting there – absolutely beautiful venue!

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i just loved all the details at this reception.  Chiavari chairs are always beautiful, but the woven ribbons really took them to another level.  Any guesses how long it took do do all these?  And how cute is their Zingerman‘s cake!
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Katy worked with event planner Misty Trompeter and florist Hollye Mackler to create these gorgeous, modern tablescapes
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cute grooms cake by Nina Kelly Cakes
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each table was named after a DC metrorail station
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one of tommy’s shots of their first dance – I love the motion in this image!
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This crowd knew how to party!
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of course, it helps to have an awesome DJ like Mary Ann Ross to keep things jumping….
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rock the booth was on hand as well – I never can resist a photobooth!!
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katy and mike – what a fantastic day!  we had a blast spending it with you, your friends and family.  Also BIG thanks to Misty from Bells and Bliss who coordinated this wedding and made sure it went off without a hitch 😉

Hope you guys are enjoying your honeymoon and laying on a beach somewhere right about now (it’s raining cats and dogs in MI today – BOOO!)  XOXOXOX

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Love the bridal portraits, some of my favorite, the one with the mirror is great and the processing is so classic. The first look is great and I love the depth of field, great capture. Overall amazing images, I am sure your clients are extremely happy.

Very nice. Picture in front of DQ is priceless! WOW!

Oh these are as great as You and Tommy! Love them

Your work is unbelievable. Please send your contact information for our records. Also, you have a couple photos of the chairs we did and I would love to purchase them. Can I buy them in digital format? By the way, it took 20 man-hours to do them, but less than an hour to take them back out!

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