They were easy to work with and made the day fly right by. I have to say they were a pretty handsome looking group too.
Other than a cool Fall breeze the weather was cooperative. We were able to do much of the preliminary group and casual portraiture on Landerhaven’s beautiful grounds prior to the ceremony. I prefer doing this beforehand as it's less stressful for the bride and groom later in the day.
There is nothing worse than a nagging photograper insisting upon a shot list late into the evening.The ceremony began at 6:30 P.M. with Robert Stephens and Henry Cogan officiating. At that point the weather was starting to turn and a few rain drops could be felt.
Dark clouds began rolling in and the temperature was steadily dropping. Fortunately umbrella's were not necessary and the ceremony was over by 7 P.M.
Mother of the Bride Linda McCoy toasting the couple.
When I first started covering weddings in 1973, I was typically close in age to that of the bride and groom. Now I am usually the age of their parents. The irony of Megan's wedding is that both the bride and my daughter Jennifer went to high school together.
These were only a few shots from Megan and Brian's wedding day. You can view their entire online proof gallery by clicking THIS link.
Once you arrive at the first screen, click on slideshow (upper right corner) to view all the photos in sequence.
If you wish to order any of the photograhs, you can do so by either contacting the bride or clicking on my ORDER FORM. Print out the form, complete the necessary information and then mail it back to me with a check for the appropriate amount.
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