Friday, September 10, 2010

Ceremony Snapshots

Like any bride, I just love our traditional ceremony photos, which include all the classic shots of the vows, the exchange of rings, and of course, the big kiss. But just as much, I love the creative, non-traditional images our photographer captured, which reveal tons of great behind-the-scenes action, plus unique perspectives of all that went on, both before and after we were pronounced husband and wife.

Our video footage is on its way, and I can’t wait to share with you more details about the ceremony, which was short and sweet, but also incredibly sincere and heartfelt. Until then, I’ll keep the recaps coming with this fun batch of stills.


Stephen and best man Brian gave an enthusiastic thumbs up just as the ceremony was about the begin.


As our final bridesmaid and groomsman made their way down the aisle, my dad stood hidden behind a column, awaiting the moment when he and my mom would escort me.


The videographer’s camera captured all the action from the church balcony.



The Sound of Music filled the church during my processional.



“Reflections” of our ceremony, plus a bird’s-eye view…



Just married!


It wouldn’t do to leave all of our papers lying around for the church to clean up. Thanks for lending a hand, Meg!



Guests greet the newlyweds!

Do you love behind-the-scenes and unique shots just as much as traditional photos?

(Photo Credits: Alex Neumann Photography)

12 comments:

  1. I just love the photos!! They are so awesome ! :)

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  2. Love your photos! The one of you two kneeling at the alter is my favorite :)

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  3. As you know, love love LOVE the sound of music. That makes me happy.

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  4. I love them! Your dress was so beautiful! I love the way the train looks in that birds eye view.

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  5. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful beautiful

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  6. I love the thumb shot thats so fun and the photo of your dad reminds me of my dad! My dad stood by the door and looked like he was in the mafia or a big body guard! Thats also a beautiful shot of you two infront of the cross...just married!

    I loved seeing all the shots I didnt know were taken and all the shots of everyone dancing! :)

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  7. I love behind the scenes photos !!!!
    Love your photos!! Your wedding was so beautiful.

    ~lilian~

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  8. Your photographer captured a lot of great moments. Love all the pics!

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  9. I love the non traditional shots; so many moments you get to remember!

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