Monday, September 22, 2008

Stephen and Stephanie

Weddings are beautiful! It is wonderful to see two people that love each other make that public commitment of their love. It was a privilege to be asked by Stephen and Stephanie to officiate at their wedding.

The wedding was yesterday, and the day was lovely. The morning was cool and foggy, but as the sun burnt off the fog the day became absolutely perfect. I was a bit nervous as the ceremony started, because I didn't want to do anything to detract from the beauty of the day. Stephanie walked down the aisle with a big smile on her face, and I don't think it left for the whole ceremony.

Here Comes The Bride

After a lovely ceremony and a very nice reception, Stephen and Stephanie left the church with bubbles filling the air.

Leaving The Church

My Daddy had his 1940 Buick there to whisk them away.

The Chauffeur

Leaving The Wedding

I know that it was Stephen and Stephanie's day, but one of the things that made it so special was Cynda and her family coming for the wedding and getting to be with them all weekend. They had to leave right after the wedding and drive back home to Baton Rouge.

Here I am with Rebekah.

Papa's Girl

Here is Gina with Autumn and Rebekah

Grandma And The Girls

Since I am usually behind the camera, Gina and I have very few pictures of us together. We asked Andy, the wedding photographer, If he would take a picture of us together. Thanks Andy!

The Happy Couple


  1. What a nice picture of you and your lovely wife! The wedding photos are nice too. I always love to photograph weddings, it's a wonderful moment, as you are writing that too, to see young couples in love!
    Hi richies,

    Thanks for commenting on my blog. My husbands painting on my blog looks like a peaceful beaches, right? This beach can be found everywhere, where is peace on this earth :-)

    Thanks for your comment.

  2. We both had a wedding last weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I visited yesterday, but have had more time today to fish around. You have a very lovely blog here:) I am adding you to my blog roll. Do you live in the country or on a farm Arkie?

  3. I live at the edge of town with nothing but woods and a creek behind my house. I like the country, but am to busy (or lazy) to keep up a place in the country