Sunday, May 31, 2009
Many times Cole and I see things at a wedding where you just say "Aaahh, that was cute!". When we left Theresa and Chris's wedding, we left telling each other, "That was awesome!". The wedding party and their families and friends just knew how to have fun. Everything didn't come out as planned because of the rain which cancelled their beach wedding, but that definitely didn't damper their spirits. The cake cutting and feeding was priceless and the techno, glowstick dancing was pretty cool. It's always great to work with people who are at their wedding to have fun and enjoy the people that are around. Chris and Theresa taught me that even if things don't go as planned - adjust and relax. It's family and friends who matter in the end. Thanks for everything and it was a pleasure working with you and your families and friends.
Posted by Calma Photography at 8:23 AM
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
On Sunday April 26th, Jon and Heidi joined hands and got hitched! The sun was beaming down and it had to be one of the hottest April days on record (I think it hit 90 degrees that day). Although it was hot, it still turned out to be a beautiful wedding. Heidi's day started with preparations at a home in Sandbridge and then it was off to Great Neck park where the waterfront wedding took place. After the wedding, it was off to Waterman's for a night of paybacks and dancing. This wedding meant a lot to me because it was my brother's wedding. Since the day he met Heidi, I have noticed a different kind of happiness in him - a happiness full of warmth and love. I am proud to be his brother. Congratulations Jon and Heidi!
Posted by Calma Photography at 5:06 AM
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Congrats! Congrats! We had the pleasure of working with David and Pamela for their wedding on April 25th and we had a blast! The weather that day was set perfect for a wedding. Our day started at Salon On Pointe and then it was off to Westhaven Baptist Church in Portsmouth (which I will have to say was a GORGEOUS church). After the ceremony, we moved along to the Portside Center on the Coastguard Base where they danced the night away. I'd have to say that one of my highlights that night was the young boy doing the "worm". It was a pleasure working with Pamela, David, and their families and we wish the best for them! Here are some of the highlights from that day:
Posted by Calma Photography at 2:17 PM