Destiny and Richard tied the knot on one of the warmest fall days. We started out battling St. James art show parking enforcement where the ladies were getting ready and ended with a really fun, tasty reception. Her hair turned out so stellar - it looked great with her timeless, beaded gown.
LOVE this! I am always a sucker for shots with curlers - something about them. See how long her hair is? Destiny informed us that just a bit before the wedding she was planning to shave it off for charity. BRAVE!
Her gown, her hair and her shoes had such a old hollywood feel to them - I love this image for it's grainy, old look.
The Matron of Honor chatting about lunch food. This wedding wins, by a long way, the MOST HOSPITABLE AWARD - their involvement in the restaurant industry clearly has much to do with this. There were food and drinks available all day long - and I mean GOOD food and drinks :-)!
Love this shot - she was so excited to see Richard. I LOVE waiting until the ceremony to see one another - oh the anticipation.
This cake = amazing. Why the batman? Apparently Destiny has a mild obsession.
This says so much about their connection - they were super happy just to have one another and all of their friends and family around.
Richard's expression here says it all!
The reception was on the second floor of Glassworks - and let me tell you - this is the best reception site I have seen for stellar light. All night long gorgeous sunset light came in through the windows!
These next few images are all from the photobooth some friends provided for the reception. I think you'de agree that this is sooo much fun! Louisville Photobooth rents the machines, that come with an attendant and costumes. The booth itself doesn't take up much space, but is the best party starter - people were in it all night long.
This little guy in particular had tons of fun.
The machine prints out one image, free of charge with 4 photos on it. All in all, it takes about one minute to take the photo and have it printed.
Here are Sarah and I having a little fun.
And just me! This is my new shot on the main site! A little more current :-)
Feel free to hop over to Louisville Photobooth, and check out the images from the night. What a great momento to have. I would make an album of all the images - just because they are hilarious - so fun and effective for remembering all of your guests. At the end of the night they even have fun favors to take home!
Thanks again Richard and Destiny for inviting me to share in your big day! I had tons of fun and enjoyed meeting your friends and family. Hope the honeymoon is great!