Alison & Kevin at Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian

Alison & Kevin had a GORGEOUS ceremony last Saturday!  The sky was blue, the temperature was perfect, and Alison & Kevin were a BLAST to hang out with!!!

I met up with them at Alhambra Hall where the wedding party was getting ready.  Kevin & Alison shared their “First Glance” shortly after that, giving us time to get some fun wedding party photos before heading to the church.  Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian has a beautiful historic sanctuary that I love photographing in.  We always obey each church’s protocol, even if it means no photography inside the sanctuary during the worship service.  But I was kindly allowed to polish the glass windows at the back to shoot through them from the foyer, and also mount my fisheye remote camera on the balcony for some unique shots.

After the ceremony, Alison & Kevin burst from the church to an excited gathering of friends and family clapping and blowing bubbles as they rode off on their horse-drawn carriage.  The reception followed at the always-popular Alhambra Hall.  It was an EXCITING party with lots of laughter, emotional toasts, crazy dancing, and a beautiful sunset for some of my favorite shots of the day.  Later, a full moon rose in time for me to grab a couple dramatic images before Alison & Kevin made their grand escape among waving multi-colored glow sticks.  What a FANTASTIC day!   To see the rest of their photos, head over to www.chrisandcami.zenfolio.com.

Alison & Kevin, may the joyous glow of your love for each other never fade…


3 Comments

  1. by Matt on October 29, 2010  12:28 pm Reply

    Did you arrange for the sail boat to pass by at the perfect moment? :) Nice!
    The shot with them in the carriage...well done! Perfect!
    And fun cigar picture!

  2. by Vickie on October 29, 2010  3:11 pm Reply

    Oh My Gosh! Beautiful! Chris did my daughter's wedding March 14th 2009! He's awesome! Congratulations.

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