The Schnorf | Hunt wedding was this weekend in Midtown Atlanta and it was so much fun! I plan on working on all the other fancy schmancy wedding pictures later (beautiful church btw)- but first, I was way too excited to get these up on the blog! Keri, my lovely assistant/fiance, was kind enough to help shoot this wedding with me and man (woman?) the photo booth. Keri works for beer and pizza, so she’s the best assistant I could imagine for the job. She was awesome, but so were her subjects!
And now without further ado- the Photo Booth! Available from Alex the Photo Guy wherever alcohol and sombreros are served… (p.s.- I recommend full screen)
Bethany and Chris were married last month in Boone, NC. Their wedding was at a cute little church in the mountains. However, as mentioned in a prior post, they have a ton of friends and family! Because of this, the church got pretty hot during the ceremony… so hot that not only one, but TWO people in the wedding party passed out during it. The first one surprised the audience, but after the second people understood why. Aside from that, the ceremony, receptions, and weather were great in Boone. We had a fun time and my mom got to catch up with old friends (Bethany’s mom and mine went to college together at Appalachian State).
As a side note, my new(er) camera broke about 8 shots into the wedding… however, with a little bit of googling after I got home, I found out that the repair was a known issue to Canon and they repaired it for free! In fact, they turned it around so fast that I got the “we have received your repair and will begin work on it promptly…” letter three days AFTER the camera was already back in my hands as good as new! Props to Canon!
Bethany Reynolds had her wedding in Boone, NC a few weeks ago. It’s tough to beat a small church wedding in a small town in the mountains. The only problem with a small church wedding is when you have as many friends and family as Bethany and Chris had, you have standing room only! More on that in a few days.
Here are her bridal portraits from a few months ago. I wasn’t supposed to post them until after the wedding in fear that her hubby-to-be would come across them. We shot these at Barrington Hall in Roswell. Though I didn’t get any pictures of it, there was a play going on at the other side of the house. So as we were taking photos of Bethany in her bridal gown, there were princes, gypises, and wizards running backstage around us. It was funny because someone would walk by in costume and tell Bethany she looked great, and Bethany’s response would be the same.
Katie and Robby had a beautiful wedding 4 weeks ago at Transfiguration Catholic Church in Marietta, which happened to be the church my family went to for a number of years of my childhood. The wedding went off without a hitch and was followed by the prettiest church reception I’ve seen. I never knew Transfiguration had such a classic reception space- big windows, wooden ceiling, good lighting.
I had a fun time getting to know Katie and Robby when we snapped photos at the hotel pre-wedding. However, I really got a sense of what a great man Robby is from a toast given at the reception. One of his best friends from high school, whom he played football with, was in a bad car wreck a few years back. He was left partially paralyzed, requiring the use of a walker to get around. Apparently, when he got back to his apartment after his time in the hospital, he got a call from Robby. Robby said that he was packing his things to move in so that he can help his friend get around and become acclimated to his new way of living. If that isn’t a great friend, then I don’t know what is.
With that said, here are the photos from the wedding.