I don't always do weddings, but when I do...
October 24, 2012 • 1 Comment
Last weekend, my friend Katie and Daniel decided to spend their life together forever. The ceremony was held at a beautiful historical site Varner-Hogg Plantation. So I assembled my trusted "Team A". Colin, Alan (and Corvin who is not here this time) and I had been through almost everything together. A simple visual gesture of a finger will get a task done from across the field.
Well, these are 5 photographs from Katie and Daniel's special day.
Since it was an open field, Katie's father Dan built a special portable screen to escort his daughter across the green.
Bubble floating in the air as the new couple marched down the aisle.
Across the meadow.
And the long party under the milky way, West Columbia.
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Brilliant and creative as usual! Thank you so much for presenting the truth!
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