Sunday, December 21, 2008

Cala & Chase, a perfect match

These two are so sweet and funny together. Cala will graduate shortly and start her career in the field of nursing and Chase will be continuing his education at Vanderbilt for a bit, then it's on to rule the world!

The church had an air hockey table for a prop, but after we started, Cala is so competitive, we had to finish the game. Not sure who won the game, but they both won with a choice of mate.

Cala's red dress accents were so pretty with the holiday season approaching.

Sango Village Florist provided classic red roses, beautifully done.

First Baptist Church, ever expanding, made a nice backdrop for the group.

Many of the attendants are members of a band with Chase. They really are all just too talented. Chase even played at a few little tunes on a spare piano during our couple session.

Just a little windy on this cold, overcast day, but it made for some lovely flowing veil movement.

This die-hard crowd out partied us. This was our final shot before hitting the door and they showed no signs of slowing down.

OK, one last shout out.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Clarksville Hopkinsville

Well, there's three of the photographers hogging the front row. Dana of Mugshots (ballcap) snuck to the back. Clarksville Hopkinsville Brides vendor group gathered at Yvonne Chamberlain's studio for a quarterly meeting and a photo session broke out. Go figure. I keep wanting to 'tag' everybody in the shot, instead of listing names.
Cozette Winters is in front with me and Yvonne. Fellow vendors include: Limo 4 U,
Allen's Fireworks, Jubliee Plantation Catering, Rockelle Coffey of I Do Bridal Make Up, and our fearless leaders of Turning Point Productions, Beth Cullison and Danielle Jacquot. We also had a visitor from Down South Delights catering. She is Rita Rowland and is the owner and executive chef.
It's a good group and it's always fun to share inspirational stories, horror tales and learn from each other.