Holly & Jason – A Private Residence Black and White Wedding in Kennedale

        As Fall begins and the weather cools we also get unexpected rain.  For Holly & Jason’s wedding lots of prayers went up to God asking for the rain to cease and move out.  It may have rained all morning, not the nice misty rain but full out pouring, but in the afternoon the sun came out, the sky was filled with puffy stormy clouds but not a drop of rain fell on their celebration.  It was really a perfect day and I pray the luck and blessings that found them that day follow them every day of their lives as husband and wife.  Everyone got muddy and Holly and her bridesmaids even wore rain boots after the ceremony to keep dry but I believe everyone had an amazing time celebrating with them.  I know we did.  Congratulations you two and thank you for allowing me and Sarah Rizy to be there for your day.

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        Holly has a great sense of style and that was evident in all the do it yourself details with a classic black and white theme.

        What girl doesn’t love shoes?

        Jason’s beautiful daughter, Samantha, watching Holly prepare to marry her Daddy.

        Samantha had a little bit of make up to for this special day.

        Holly’s maid of honor zipping her into her gown

        Jason’s preparation photos by Sarah Rizy, my fabulous associate and second photographer.

        Enjoying a pre-wedding shot

        Holly and her Father

        Holly smiling and looking on at her Husband to be.

        A moment of happiness and laughter right before the kiss to seal their marriage.


        Why I like stormy days:  Killer Clouds

        So happy.

        First Dance

        Now a family, being toasted by Jason’s Dad.

        Fun with sparklers and a S L O W shutter.

        After the guests left we played under the Christmas lights and the amazing moon for some available light only photographs (no flash here folks!)

        October 1, 2010