Claudia and Tony’s Winter Wedding – Shelby Township and Sterling Heights

Claudia and Tony planned a beautiful winter wedding.  We had hoped for light snow and a snow covered ground…and that wasn’t quite what we had, but it was a beautiful day nonetheless.  Claudia spent a wonderful morning with her family getting ready and celebrating the upcoming nuptials.  The wedding took place at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Shelby Township.  Due to the wind and unpredictable weather that day, we decided Dave & Buster’s in Utica may be a fun and better place to take some photos of the bridal party.  Dave & Busters allowed us to use their facility for some truly fun photos of the bridal party.  We then moved onto Penna’s of Sterling Heights for the reception.  Claudia and her mother definitely had a great vision of what they wanted Claudia’s day to look like.  Penna’s room looked just gorgeous.  We had a great time covering Claudia and Tony’s day and are looking forward to seeing the day’s film from Joseph Bauer Studios.  Best wishes and congratulations to Claudia and Tony.

 

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 January 30, 2012, in Weddings and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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