Thursday, May 21, 2009

Cortney + Jay: Married

IT'S FINALLY HERE!!!! I know I took forever posting this, I just had SOOO many favorite images it was almost impossible to decide what photos to post. But I was finally was able to pick a couple!

Cortney had one of my all time favorite dresses I've photographed to date. It was so stunning! I love this little bit of bling on the bodice. You'll get to see more later I promise ;)

Have I mentioned I love make-up photos.... like a lot...

These are the things as a photographer I show up and get very excited about! Lots of COLOR and fun surprises like ZEBRA ribbons for the bridesmaid's dresses at the reception!

Had some fun with the ring shot, love it!

Cortney really was such a beautiful bride and just had this graceful presence all day. Look how beautiful she looked getting into her dress!

You know me I couldn't forget the shoes...

The guy's looked awesome! But there were A LOT of them, 10 groomsmen! Jay has more good friends than I have had in my lifetime!

Check out how amazing this ceremony was! They made the arch and pillars down the isle all out of mirrors! They also had a blue candy bar which I kept loosing Joey to!

Cortney looked so stunning coming down the isle!

I LOVE the photo Joey caught of Cortney saying her vows!

Mr. and Mrs. how cute are they!?

Umm... yeah there are no words for how stunning Cortney is...

I've said it before and I'll say it again... I <3 eyelashes!!!! Joey has coined this "The Kadie Shot"

Jay wasn't looking to shabby either, love this portrait I got of him!

ARE YOU KIDDING ME!? Seriously... Cortney was amazing to photograph!

There are some photographs that really sing to me, and just burst with the feeling of a day, this is that shot! I love everything about it!!! So simple yet so timeless and beautiful!

The light was just perfect for us!

Jay asked the we recreate a photo from their e-session that he really loved, so we willingly complied :)

We just had to play with the mirrors a bit! (There are a TON more mirror shots, but I had to narrow down! :( )

See why it was so hard!?

Ok just a side note here. If you really want to make your event STUNNING you NEED to hire Frostings Event Design Rentals. They will HOOK YOU UP! They just make every event I've done with them look so high end and classy. Make sure to check them out!

You can see more of their handiwork here... Cortney and Jay really were so creative and it made the reception so beautiful!

Even the cake had mirrors!

There were also some pretty awesome speeches!

And an even more awesome choreographed bridal party dance!

Thank you both for such a wonderful day, and your wonderful friendship! Joey and I will look back on it fondly as the first time he has ever gotten kissed on the forehead by a groomsman!


Rachael Earl 12:10 AM  

AMAZING! I can see why you loved this wedding, and the full-length shot of the bride is breathtaking!

Chase Coughlin 2:22 AM  

KADIE! I remember when you described this mirror, zebra studded event! These shots are even more amazing than I could have imagined! Exquisite. : )

Lauren 3:23 PM  

The ceremony and reception shots are my favorite! :)

Kristina 12:34 PM  

Kadie, you are frickin' amazing. You (and your team) produce the best, most creative, technically stunning photographs I have ever seen, by far surpassing anyone else. I have been involved with many weddings, and I take particular interest in the photography, and you are unsurpassed. Your composition, your dof, your contrast, your color, all by far the best. A perfect mix of art and documentation of a wonderful day. My fave of these is the b&w with the sunburst above Jay's head. Wow. I just can't express how much I love your photos. I have already recommended you to several people. Your photos look like you staged them, set them up to look like that, instead of taking them at an actual wedding. Incredible.

Matthew & Cheyenne Wilson 8:34 AM  

Awesome work as usual Kadie!

SceneOne Photography 6:43 AM  

Absolutely stunning work!!! LOVE the ring shot.

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