{I Do} Christopher and Mary Margaret ~ Montgomery, Alabama Wedding Photographer

Once upon a time, there was a very beautiful girl.

who met a handsome boy.

They met at work and got to know each other…

…and decided they liked each other.

In fact, in no time, they were in love and decided they wanted to get married.

So that’s what they did.

They decided on a small, intimate affair, surrounded by those who love them most.

Within 2 months, a dress was carefully chosen…a suit purchased.

The church was reserved, flowers ordered, and caterer scheduled.  All in record time.

The boy and the girl…they were happy to let their families take care of the small details.  But more than that, they were happy that they would be starting their life together.

No detail was left unattended to.  From the beautiful church to the elegant stem wrap ~ made from the girl’s mother’s wedding dress and the pendant with the girl’s grandmother’s photo enclosed.

The weather on their wedding day was a dark and dreary…

…but the love between the boy and the girl was the only sunshine really needed…

…for they had found each other.

The church was ready to go…

…and so were they.  The moment they had both been waiting for had finally arrived.

The boy was dashing.

The girl was positively radiant.

And as they said, “I do,” they were totally happy.

“Since the invention of the kiss there have been five six kisses that were rated the most passionate, the most pure….

…This one left them all behind.”

Their rings bear special meaning, too.  The girl’s engagement ring belonged to the boy’s mother and the boy’s wedding ring belonged to the grandfather who had died before he had been born but about whom the boy but had always been told would’ve simply loved him and his siblings.

Following the wedding, the boy and girl celebrated with family and friends.

They ate the most delicious food.

And had chosen the most lovely {and divine} cakes to serve their guests.

Under the tent outside was a band.

The girl danced with her father…

…the boy danced with the girl…

…other fathers danced with their daughters…

…some children didn’t dance at all, but located the most interesting things to play with.

Friends celebrated.

Kids danced.

And snuggled.

The boy danced with his grandmother.

And the kids danced some more.  And more.  And they began learning the bad habit of heckling the band with requests.

For a final dance, the boy’s sister sang a song.

And then it was time to leave.

Showered with rose petals, the boy and the girl made their way to their car…where they were off to spend the rest of their life together.

Happily ever after.

The end.

Or rather…the beginning.


Aimee Steineker - So beautiful!January 11, 2013 – 2:45 am

Katie Cox Thames - Beautiful bride. I am so sorry we were out of town and missed your beautiful wedding. Pictures are wonderful.January 11, 2013 – 2:55 am

Julie Dozier McCroskey - This is so sweet and beautiful!January 11, 2013 – 4:37 am

Kelly Pate Colson - beautiful!January 11, 2013 – 4:46 am

Bonnie Bartel Latino - As a romance writer, I give this photo-story five stars.

What a lovely way to include Miss Agnes!

Congratulations to all.January 11, 2013 – 12:38 pm

Rhonda Wise Blitz - Beautiful!January 11, 2013 – 2:42 pm

Susan Hataway Hart - Beautiful!January 11, 2013 – 3:09 pm

Julie Wilson Ceponis - Mary Margaret, you are stunning! And the veil…I have no words. Take care of each other, and may God bless you and enrich your lives a hundred-fold. xxJanuary 11, 2013 – 9:22 pm

Laura Anderson - I am so happy for you both! Mary Margaret, I love you!January 24, 2013 – 7:56 pm

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