Since it is officially 2011 and I can catch my breath, I find myself with a little time to finally add some of the awesome weddings from 2010. I can’t believe that it has taken me so long to get around to posting some of these weddings, but better late than never. I have had the awesome opportunity to be at some really great weddings and some heartfelt moments throughout 2010, so today I start with one of those weddings – Patrick & Lisa. I shot their engagement session which you can see here. Patrick & Lisa were married at St. Mark Catholic Church in Huntersville. St. Mark is an exception church with stunning lines, lighting, and woodwork throughout. A fantastic place for their ceremony. Patrick and Lisa then had their reception at The Peninsula Club, which is one of the premiere venue on Lake Norman. The Peninsula Club offers not only a fabulous venue for couples looking for an all inclusive place for their ceremony and reception, but it is is great for reception only events and for your photography as you will see below. There are some great places along the golf course and down by the lake front for photography on your wedding day. For Patrick & Lisa, I was able to get some very romantic twilight/late evening images by the water that are as unique as any that I have been able to get at The Peninsula. They had a late ceremony, so we had to book it to get to the lake in time to get some shots before it was completely dark. As it turns out those moody shots are some of my favs!
Michele - I love your photographs. I am new to photography and am inspired by your work. I hope that someday my photo collection will be as wonderful as yours.
Brent - Thank you so much for your kind words and for visiting my blog.
Dan Henry - Fantastic job! All the pictures are very colourful and very bright. All the pictures are very well presented accordingly and the background is selected very smartly. Pictures are very much natural congrats to the photographer.
Brent - Thanks so much Dan! That was one of my favorite weddings of the year!