Julie & Chris – A Royal Wedding

Julie and Chris, our Floridian’s that headed back north to where they grew up for the wedding, definitely had one of the nicest days we’ve had all summer and had a beautiful wedding held at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, MI. Although the temperature felt somewhat like Florida, we managed to get some really nice shots outside the hotel.

I haven’t got to do a “first look” shot for quite a while, but it’s a great way to start the bridal photo session. Julie and Chris chose to see each other before the ceremony to maximize their time with the guests after the ceremony. It always lends itself to some great images.

Julie’s nephews were often the center of attention, as shown in the pictures. The picture of the flower girl and ring bearers walking down the aisle shows the eldest nephew’s horror when one of the younger twins thought he needed to help distribute the flowers on the aisle. It was a great memory during the ceremony.

Julie and Chris, enjoy your lives together and hopefully the photos will bring you vivid and fond memories.

About msackett

Artistic based full service Photography Studio specializing in a blend of styles, photojournalistic to traditional. Servicing Metro Detroit, Oakland County, Macomb County, Wayne County, Ann Arbor as well as many other areas in southeastern Michigan, Grand Rapids, Chicago, San Francisco, Austin TX and New York. Services include weddings and events, Mitzvahs, family portraits, High School Senior Photography and Head Shots.

Posted on June 29, 2010, in Weddings and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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