Posted on Oct 09, 2013
Posted in weddings

We are getting really excited about cooler weather arriving, and it’s inspired us to continue on our winter wedding theme.  Matt and Christina’s December 2012 wedding at the John Marshall Ballrooms embraced the holiday season with beautiful lighting (from one of our favorite vendors Blue Steel Lighting Design), whimsical centerpieces and some sweet tuxes and tails that really brought out both the spirit of the season and the formality of a classic evening reception.

For those keeping score on the photography front, we’re going to talk about moments for the what must be the 720th time.  Why?  Well, because we’re so fond of them.  You see, it doesn’t matter if your backdrop is a Scottish loch in spring or a white wall in a hotel hallway…great wedding photography is about things that happen at your wedding that are uniquely yours.   Happy and expressive faces is what I really love because that will mean more over the years than anything else I could toss in to the collection.  Don’t get me wrong.  I really dig those beautiful touches that often come from many months of joy, sweat, and planning!  But the real magic lies in seeing you enjoy it.








































Ceremony:  Cathedral of the Sacred Heart

Reception:  The John Marshall Ballrooms

Catering:   Homemades by Suzanne

Florist:  Flowers Make Scents

Cake:  Cakes by Graham

Entertainment:  Bill Gilliam of Choice Entertainment

Lighting Design:  Blue Steel Lighting Design

Stylist:  Lou Stevens Glam Squad

Dress Designer:  Vera Wang