Posts Tagged ‘Gwendolyn and Brian’

Yes, website and blog changes are STILL coming in the near future….

But for now, I just had to post a peek at Brian and Gwendolyn’s A W E S O M E wedding album! Wowza!! This is an example of a “flush mount” album for any of you who are interested.

Here are some views of the actual album. Unfortunately, I see that my red walls in my dining room produce funky color distortions, so, sorry about that. The cover is a yummy, dark brown smooth leather. Really, makes you want to just eat it. Brian and Gwen, like I told you, these pics are NOTHING compared to how cool this album is in real life. I will be getting it in the mail asap this week to you!

The Specs:

10×10″ leather flush mount album

26 spreads

PRICELESS representation of the most significant day of their lives








And here are a couple of my favorite spreads from Brian and Gwendolyn’s album!











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Ok, well, here is just a tasty sample of Brian and Gwendolyn’s (isn’t that such a cool name?)  big, beautiful day in Huntington, Indiana! These will have to tide you over for a while so I can edit the rest of their photos and get a slideshow up and running soon. 🙂 A huge thanks to Christen Bordenkircher for her awesome help in second shooting with me! Christen, it was such a pleasure to work with you- thanks so much!!

Brian and Gwendolyn… I hope you have a great time on your honeymoon and I hope your happiest days together are still to come! Blessings to you guys and thanks for allowing me to be a part of your special day.:)

I enjoyed the trip out to the midwest very much…. the leaves were starting to change and the air was cool and crisp. Although things are starting to cool off here in Phoenix, it is still warm and the cacti and palm trees aren’t really giving us the fall vibe, ya know? I enjoyed many a winding, country drive through northern Indiana this past weekend. It was refreshing and invigorating to see small town America and get a feel for the simple life again.

Saint Mary Catholic Church, Huntington Indiana… a view of the beautiful stained glass windows through the eyes of a harp.

the first dance…

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