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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Lindsay + Tim { Wedding }

I had the recent pleasure of photographing Lindsay & Tim Finley's beautiful May 21st wedding.  I have known Lindsay since middle school, and have always thought she was such a beautiful person, through and through.  Her and Tim's happiness radiates through each photograph.  Both of them love music and Lindsay teaches music at an elementary school in KY.  She had a timeless dress, so elegant and sophisticated, complete with many details.  The wedding itself had amazing details and a personal touch that contributed to the overall feel of Tim and Lindsay's relationship.  One of my favorite moments from the wedding was when they sang together during the ceremony! Breathtaking! Ok, ok, I am going to stop rattling on about it, and show some pictures!  Pictures always speak louder than words! I hope you enjoy!
I thought the detail on her dress was amazing!

This is such a gorgeous church- glorious windows and woodwork!   I thought it complemented her dress well!

Tim is waiting for Lindsay to arrive for their "first look."

This stunning piano caught everyone's attention, especially the groom!   

First look moment-Showing off the dress-which the groom had not yet seen!

Serenading his bride!

Lindsay is re-arranging his flower :)

This makes my one of my faves :)

And this one!

Gotta love the older buildings in Elkton!  Another fave :)

I love the detail in the front of her dress as well!

So pretty!

Love the detail on the back of her dress also!

Gorgeous flowers!

I love ring shots!

This is a shot that has occurred in several generations! Bride and Mom :)

And they're off!  Love the bubbles!

Until next time, take care!

1 comment:

  1. Those are so pretty! I love the ones with the picture frames. That is a neat idea!