We’ve shot with Ronnie and Amanda several times now but their wedding was my favorite. Such a beautiful wedding on a beautiful day of a beautiful couple. Click “Open Post” below to see a slideshow of some of their wedding photos.
We’ve been lucky enough to be able to shoot with Ronnie and Amanda several times over the last year so it was such a pleasure to see their wedding come together the way it did. The wedding was at Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast off Highway 9 in Norman. We’ve shot there a few times and it’s always a fun shoot. Everywhere you turn there’s a beautiful shot! We enjoyed working with M&M Productions and OKC Finest Photobooth, who helped make the reception so great!
Thanks Ronnie and Amanda for letting us be a small part of your wedding day. You can watch through the photos below or click the link to watch a photo slideshow.
Denino and Candace had a gorgeous wedding at Quail Creek Golf and Country Club. I love shooting here because the area outside is just made for weddings. I love the glass wall behind the bridal party and the “stadium seating”! Plus, there’s a perfectly manicured golf course at our disposal as well…
Thanks so much guys for letting us be such a big part of your wedding day. Hope you have a wonderful and long life together. Blessings!
We’ve known Mark and his family for several years now and when he called to tell us that he was engaged we were really excited to meet his fiancé. We knew she must be something really special and after getting to hang out and shoot with her, we can confirm that she is! What a great time we had getting to shoot their engagements with them. Thanks so much Mark and Jennifer. We can’t wait to be a part of your wedding day!
When we first started shooting with Chris and Danielle I could tell it was going to be one of those days. Basically all I had to do was point the camera at them and we got a great shot! They were both so comfortable in front of the camera and really all we had to do was find something interesting to put them in front of! I have a feeling this is going to be a fun wedding to shoot…
Kevin and Candy are one of those couples that you just want to root for. It was so neat to see the way they interact and keep looking at each other all throughout the wedding day. It was also so cool the way they included their families in all of the wedding day activities.
Amanda may be a country gal (check out the boots!) but she’s sure rockin’ her dress! It was a long day for Amanda and her mom since they live so far out of town and had to make several stops all over to get everything ready for the bridal session but it was sure worth it. Amanda looked great and I know her fiancé Ronnie agreed.
After pushing Sierra’s senior session back several times due to bad weather, we were finally able to make it happen. We shot in one of our favorite locations down in Norman, moved to OU’s campus, listened to a little dubstep in the car then finished the evening out with some rockin’ good dinner at The Mont. This is the way all shoots should go! Punch “Open Post” below to read more and see some pictures.
I’m so glad we finally got to shoot Sierra’s senior session. We had cancelled the shoot several times because of weather (this IS Oklahoma!) and so when we were able to actually do the shoot we were all pretty excited. We started the shoot at our super-secret location outside Norman then moved onto the OU campus. Sierra had seen several photos we’d shot down on Owen Field and since she’s a HUGE Sooner fan she really wanted to try to get those shots. Luckily, the stadium was unlocked and we were able to fire off a few shots on the grass before a nice security guard came and kicked us out. That’s certainly not the first time I’ve been kicked out of a location, at it certainly won’t be the last!
After the session we all went down to one of our favorite campus haunts, The Mont and grabbed some dinner together. It’s always fun when you get to build a relationship with your clients that quickly turns into a friendship. Sierra’s mom and step-dad have become friends of ours since we shot their wedding last year. (WARNING: GRATUITOUS PLUG AHEAD) They own and manage Old Germany out in Choctaw and through all of our wedding meetings and setting up Sierra’s shoot we’ve been treated to some mighty fine German food. I highly recommend paying them a visit if you’ve never been before. Be sure to tell them S&S sent you!
Thanks so much Sierra for letting us be a part of your senior experience. We had a blast and you look fantastic in your photos! Oh, and have you put together a Pandora dubstep station yet?
From the Disney music at the ceremony to the rocking reception at the Palace Event Center, everything about Brian and Karla’s wedding day was a blast. Click the “Open Post” button below to see some of our favorite photos from their special day. You can also check out some photos from both their engagement session and Karla’s bridal session.
We love developing relationships with our couples, and Brian and Karla are no different. We did their engagement session in the fall, as well as Karla’s Bridal Session, which gave us a chance to get to know each other pretty well. We connected with not only Brian and Karla, but with some of their family as well which made the wedding day that much better. We felt like we were a part of some of our good friend’s wedding! Their ceremony was held on an unusually warm day in March at Mustang United Methodist Church in Mustang, OK. It was decorated beautifully with flowers from Cheever’s Flowers and an incredible arbor from Marianne’s Rentals for Special Events. The Bridal Party was dressed exclusively from Moliere Bridal in Oklahoma City, and Karla’s amazing make up was done by Natasha Emamghoraishi from Cosmetique Artistry. Everything was perfect for Brian and Karla’s wedding day! The music throughout the ceremony was from Disney movie soundtracks, such as The Little Mermaid’s “Kiss The Girl” and Beauty and the Beast’s “Be Our Guest”. It was so fun yet appropriate at the same time.
After the ceremony we headed out to Palace Event Center in El Reno for the reception. One of the things I love about shooting out there is that you have a great horizon to the west so you can usually count on some great Oklahoma sunsets as backdrops. Brian and Karla had taken dance lessons with Sheila Abbot at Premier Wedding Dances, and the first dance was amazing! Cafe Evoke was working their magic with their onsite coffee bar, providing a little extra energy for the evening. Once the dance floor was open, there wasn’t a dull moment. Their family and friends supported Brian and Karla and gave them an amazing party that they will remember, no doubt, for a long time. We ended the night with a Fashion Session with Brian and Karla at the newly renovated Myriad Gardens. Brian and Karla were escorted by the always wonderful King’s Limousine, in Oklahoma City.
Congratulations, Brian and Karla, as you start your new life together. We were so blessed to be a part of your wedding day, and thank you for allowing us the pleasure of capturing these moments of the two of you.
These are just a few quickie shots for a buddy of mine. Dan took a new job and needed some glossies for some promotions his new employeer had planned. I’d say Dan cleans up pretty well! Hit “Open Post” below to see the photos.
After our first meeting with a couple we always ask ourselves “Well, how’d you think it went?” There’s never a doubt though when the couple gets out of the car and comes back in saying that they didn’t have to talk about it anymore, they loved us and were ready to book! That’s what happened with Rick and Melissa.
When we first started talking with Rick and Melissa about shooting their wedding, we knew we would be in for a treat. Their wedding was St. Patrick’s Day and it was NOT an accident! When we wrap up our first meeting and finish saying our goodbyes, we always ask ourselves “Well, how’d you think it went?” There’s never a doubt though when the couple gets out of the car and comes back in saying that they didn’t have to talk about it anymore, they loved us and were ready to book! That’s what happened with Rick and Melissa.
From Rick in his full Air Force dress blues to the incredible green flowers and the redneck wine glasses, this wedding was full of personality. Melissa has always wanted to get into the floral business and she had a very specific idea of what she wanted for her flowers. Howard Brothers listened to what she wanted and, if I do say so myself, came through in a big way. The bouquets and table arrangements turned out fantastic as you can see from the pictures!
Congratulations Rick and Melissa. Thank you so much for letting us be a part of your big day.