The last time we met up, it was a sunny bright day in the early spring and it was cold!!! Denny and Michelle pulled up their photographic boot straps we conducted an awesome Engagement Session on the Waterfront. A couple of months later, the wedding day was about the same except for the fact the thermometer read slightly higher… by about 30 or so degrees. Everyone was in good spirits and excited for the day that lay ahead. A lot of family from far and near came and they were ready to celebrate. After the formals the cutest flower girl and ring bearer meeting I’ve ever seen, it was time for the ceremony. The ceremony went off like the rest of the day up to this point, some happy tears, a lot of laughter and smiles and love beaming through and through. As the sun went down, the Aerie’s lights went up and it was a wonderful evening to have a great reception. One thing about Michelle’s family…they really know how to celebrate… like really know how. Must be the water in California. Michelle and Denny were awesome and enjoyed their day thoroughly. They exited to sparklers galore and rode off into the night. Something told me that the party wasn’t going to end with their exit.
From the Bride :-) :
Powers and specifically Mike, our photographer were great to work with. Erin helped me a lot in figuring out points, which album to choose and answering other various questions about wedding photography.
I feel as if Mike captured the day as it really was in our wedding photos. I was amazed when Mike forgot his name list on our wedding day, asked for various family members and bridal party people’s names and he remembered them the whole night. It was a pleasure working with him and having Mike as our photographer for our wedding. He was professional, caring and got all the shots we asked him for. Mike went above and beyond getting the shots we asked him for and he took shots when we weren’t looking that ended up being some of my favorites. Mike was extremely professional and calm. I would recommend (and certainly will to brides in the future) Mike’s work to anyone who needed a wedding photographer.