Some of our favorite brides are the ones who seem to know exactly what they want, and want to make sure that everyone knows what they want. Cynthia was unique in that she provided all of her wedding vendors with a detailed schedule, a ceremony layout (color-coded) and a reception layout.
Up on the fourth floor of the Clarion in Shepherdstown, Cynthia was made up, dressed, veiled and powdered. Okay, maybe not powdered. Anyway, there were a lot of people making sure she looked her best.
The ceremony went well. I’m not sure how, but the couple was pronounced, and kissed before their rings were exchanged. Maybe there was a hiccup?
Formals are always a lot of fun. But when I started commenting on how cute a couple they were, they started getting mushy. It relaxed the mood a bit, and we got through formals in record time.
The first dance is often special for everyone. One of our favorite DJs brought along his colored light shows, and I took advantage of them to add a little color to this shot.
Cynthia and Daniel were going to wait to honeymoon.