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So things have been kinda slow around here lately (it IS January after all), so I was really excited to tag along with my good friends Drew and Selena from Van Horn Video today for their Deal or No Deal audition video with Layna and Joel. Let me just tell you, this video is going to be HILARIOUS! As soon as Drew gets done editing it, I’m sure I’ll be able to talk him into letting me post it here so everyone can see it. Anyway, Josh made me promise to take a few photos so I could have something to blog about, so here they are…
First up, Drew and Selena in action… Selena is such a great director! And Drew’s quiet and always thinking behind the camera
Getting ready to play a mock ‘Deal or No Deal’
A few of the Realies came along to show their support for Layna… and to be the glamorous case girls
Deal or No Deal? The pressure was almost too much!
And the reaction to winning a million dollars… (and in case you’re wondering, Joel is holding a stuffed monkey because if they win a million dollars, he’s hoping Layna will let him get a REAL pet monkey… my money’s on Layna… sorry Joel!)
This is Layna rapping to Baby Got Back (of course she changed up the words:) with everybody else shaking their booties in the background
Layna and Joel, good luck! They had better let you on Deal or No Deal. I mean, you worked so hard on the video (and you do have great hair
Ceremony Location: Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church
Reception Location: Madrid Theatre
Event Coordinator: Jenna from Event Studio
Flowers: Needham Floral
Cake: Iced Art
Videographer: Jeff from Image Video Productions
Yesterday was our last wedding of 2007! Betsy and Jake tied the knot at Visitation Catholic Church and then followed up the beautiful ceremony with a rocking New Year’s Eve party/reception at the Madrid Theatre. Betsy and Jake were really fun and outgoing during their engagement photos this summer, so we knew we were in for a party crowd at their reception! Here are some favorites from the day…
Betsy and Jake, thanks for letting ring in the new year with you guys!
comments by Josh
A few of my favorite detail shots from the day. You’ll see the gorgeous cake, the church with some nice flare, some pretty snow outside the church, the liquor they picked up from Sam’s Club (shame I couldn’t bring my camera in), and a nice message that the groomsmen wrote for Gerrit:)
Jennifer & Gerrit, I really enjoyed hanging out with you guys yesterday!
Ceremony Location: Heritage Hall
Reception Location: Heritage Hall
Cake: Cakes by Combs
Makeup: CaraSue Hall
Yesterday we had a fabulous day with Amanda and Bryce! We had so many plans to go all over town taking fun photos. But then it iced and then it snowed. For hours. And it didn’t stop. Most people would have just pouted and had boring lined up posed photos inside the ceremony location. But not Amanda, Bryce, and their bridal party… they were awesome about taking pics out in the snow and freezing! After everyone was dressed and ready to go, we spent some time in the Steeple Inn (where Amanda and Bryce were staying) taking some fun photos. We also ventured out into snow around the inn. On the way to Heritage Hall, we stopped at a few fun locations around the Liberty Square for a few more photos. Luckily, the snow finally tapered off and most of the guests were able to make it to the ceremony. Here are a few (well, more than a few:) pics to hold over Amanda and Bryce while we edit the rest (as usual, comments by Josh)…
I love the “I’m frickin’ cold, and I’m pissed at you for making me do this!” look on Amanda’s face. Thank you guys so much for braving the cold weather for the sake of capturing some great pictures. I couldn’t have asked for a better couple than you two!
Cake: Cakes by Combs
Dress: Made by Kate
Yesterday we headed over to Loose Mansion for Kate and Rob’s wedding. Kate and Rob are pretty untraditional, so as you can expect, they had a pretty untraditional wedding. Kate made her Victorian wedding gown (click here for pictures from her bridal session) and pretty much all of the details: her bouquet, the boutonnieres, the centerpieces, even the pens used to sign the photo mat. Before the ceremony, we headed down to Union Station for some fun portraits with Kate and Rob. The whole day was very relaxed and easygoing, which always makes our job easy and more fun Here are a few favorites, with Josh’s commentary…
Normally, I don’t post pictures like this, but I like to think of this blog as family friendly, and the other pics of the “Realies” don’t quite fit into that category:) Check the proofing in a couple of weeks for the more “fun” ones.