Kevin and Heather had DCM Photography be a part of their Vegas wedding. The actual ceremony was at the Mirage which included their own photographer so I was unalbe to shoot much of the actual ceremony. However, I was able to follow the girls around while they got dolled up and then to the reception in the Venetian at Canaletto. Although what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. I figured it would be ok to share these tame photos with the masses. Destination weddings are always so much fun to shoot presenting exciting and new challenges! Vegas was no dissapointment! Thanks again Kevin and Heather!
Friday, August 24, 2007
This couple knows all about having a good time. Weddings are always such an emotion filled event and this day left all sobbing with joy to screaming with excitement! The ceremony was held at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, which had a gorgeous sanctuary. The reception was at Mercury Hall which is a photographers dream with all the windows and white walls. It was so much fun to be a part of Alison and Joel's big day! G & M Catering handled their floral arrangments as well as the delicious fajita dinner. CPR Mobile DJs handled the tunes, and let me tell you, this party was jumpin! We have put together Alison and Joel's Album Pre Design, I hope you enjoy DCM Photography's take on their special day!
Posted by DCM Photography at 12:31 PM
Friday, August 10, 2007
Sara and Dave were so much fun to work with. Their wedding and reception were very emotion filled and a real pleasure to shoot. Their ceremony was held at First Evangelical Free Church and reception at the Omni South Park. Click any of their pictures to view their album pre-design.
Posted by DCM Photography at 3:40 PM
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Sara had a bridal session included in her wedding package, so we scheduled her shoot at First Evangelical Free Church in south Austin. It was apparent after a few clicks of the camera that she was comfortable in front of the camera which made for a really fun shoot. These are just a few of my favorites.
Posted by DCM Photography at 1:53 PM