Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Another busy weekend during wedding season...

On Saturday, I had the pleasure of photographing LaTonya and Tyson's wedding with Amanda Hagler of Shutterbelle Photography. LaTonya and Tyson were a pleasure to work with, and I always love shooting with Amanda! The wedding took place at First Missionary Baptist Church in Clarksville, and it was a beautiful--but HOT--day.



The reception was held at the church following the ceremony. It was catered by Chef Ray Davis, and the lovely wedding cakes were done by A Country Chapel. Jason Manuel provided music for dancing, and Turning Point Productions videotaped the entire event.




Many congratulations to the happy couple; may your lives together be filled with love and happiness!

11 comments:

Rebekah Pope said...

Wow, Barbie! You were able to capture some great moments!!

Sherry B said...

Beautiful images, Barbie!~
What wonderful memories captured so well!

David Wright said...

Barbie,
very nice work, love the detail shots too! Sorry it was very hot for you that day, we understand the heat.

David Wright

Rebecca Tyler said...

Beautifully done. I especially like the 1st photo with the rose pedals all around. Great detail shots too. :o)

Rebekah said...
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Rebekah said...

I love the first two! The cake looks delicious and the bride is beautiful... my favourite is #2 with the soft light from the window in the background!

Angela said...

Your wedding work always amazes me! I just love your style! Beautiful wedding, beautiful couple, beautiful photos!

Christie said...

wonderful work! that chocolate cake shot is so cool. they look so very happy and the color is so nice.

prazdance said...

Perfectly wonderful capture of precious moments! Your work is awesome! Love the new blog set-up too, the music compliments the space.

Jinksee said...

What a stunning couple. It looks like their day was fantastic and full of energy. :D Love that! :D

aboutimage said...

Nice shots! I really like the very first one - it's gorgeous...but they all are :)