Beautiful sums up the whole day, well almost! Totally felt like we were completely on vacation from the awesome private accomodations that the two took care of for us to include a welcome basket of goodies and information for a few hand picked places to eat locally as Srinu and I do not eat meat on Saturday’s, all the way to having our very own seating card and table at the reception! Talk about feeling more like a guest, we were totally amazed at the warmth and love that these two showed us on what was their very special day. Meals are always an awkward part of the day for most of us as we certainly would not want to impose that the couple must feed their vendors it is certainly appreciated and even more so when they don’t give you what most “caterers” call a “vendor meal” if most of the brides saw the option, they themselves would not eat it. To say the least most of us are not too thrilled when provided a “vendor meal” option, it’s better to simply eat the protein bars in the bag 😉 if you know what I mean. Enough on that! Certainly don’t want it to seem like a rant, I just don’t think many of the clients are aware of what is even given.
Back to the happy couple and extremely happy photographers who wished they could have stayed in Lancaster for just a few more days. We have lots of stuff still to post but wanted to get this wedding up as we still have the one from last weekend to blog!
Dave and Kim radiate their own love for one another to everyone around them. It is so strong that you can feel it by walking into the same room as them both. You can certainly see the closeness in the family as you look through the images. One of our favs being when Kim’s Dad was trying to love her up with some Daddy kisses! David was ever so sweet as you watched him on the bench with the boys reciting his vows that he had memorized to Kimberly’s oldest nephew… he was so nervous, yet so confident about what he had to say to her, it was tear jerking to say the least. The whole evening through was full of surprises from David’s Dad singing their first dance song and Kimberly’s father stripping for everyone, kind of anyway, he had underneath this shirt that said, I survived Kimberly and David’s wedding and the date, or something close to that… hearing her Dad tell everyone that they had Kimberly thinking she was adopted for quite some time when she was younger… it was a hoot! We certainly hope that the two of them keep in touch with us here after to share their adventures as David may enter into politics, who knows he could very well be our next President one day, watch out world!
On a side note: The young lady below with the box of cigars … that is a bride of ours Karen from 2006! Has not changed one bit! It was so great seeing her and Mike after what feels like forever!