Saturday, July 5, 2008

Trenita & Greg -- Two lives, Two hearts

A sneak peak at last Saturday's wedding.

Two lives, two hearts, joined together in friendship, united forever in love.

Saturday we photographed a lovely couple at the First Cathedral in Bloomsfield. This church's journey began in 1968 and the current pastor, Archbishop LeRoy Bailey, Jr. has been leading it since 1971 (the groom told us that he was a little boy at this church before the Archbishop). The Most Reverend received Christ at the young age of seven years old. He began ministering at the age of ten and is in his fifty-first year of ministry. This church was absolutely amazing (plus they currently have 11,000 members!)

Trenita accompanied down the aisle by her two "boys"

and how touching...
there are tears of JOY on two of their faces.

More tears followed as the Groom sang to his new Bride (WOW!!!)

The wedding party.

The groom talked to us about this photograph the night before the wedding at the rehearsal. This image would work well for a 'Thank You' card. We soooo enjoy it when people like Greg get involved and have creative ideas!!

The day went by soo fast!

After the ceremony the couple led us to Elizabeth Park
for lots of GREAT photographs there !!!

Trenita near the Purple Clematis...looking radiant...

I love creating watercolor images and this composition of these two wonderful people just led itself to a watercolor painting...

Trenita had requested this fun pose on her "purple sheet" and doesn't she look like she is having a grand ole time here at Elizabeth Park!

The ladies looking VERY elegant in this wonderful two toned bridesmaids dresses.

OK, here is an unusual view of the wedding party -- turned into a planet.
What do you think????

One of our favorite images of the two of the newlyweds at Elizabeth Park.

FYI for future wedding couples...

Elizabeth Park is an AWESOME place for pictures of all sorts.

Please note that you do need a permit in order to take wedding photographs there. You must obtain the permit, which only costs $25, but the application must be sent in at least 60 days before the wedding (and the park does require liability insurance).

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