Monday, June 2, 2008

My Lil Firefly's Wedding Day

It was April 26th, my college friend/sorority sister's big 'lil firefly', Nicole, was getting married. This time, I was a part of the wedding. Nicole gave me the honor of being one of her bridesmaids and of course I wanted to capture as many of the special memories as possible.
Here's her sister Suzanne, and friend, Kendra helping her put on her gorgeous gown.
I love capturing all the details of the wedding, especially the shoes!
Nicole's flower girl, Mary Ann, was just adorable. I love this bonding moment. You can just imagine being a little girl looking up at your gorgeous aunt dressed up like a princess.
Kendra, Erica, Me, Nicole, Ana, Ursula, and Ashley (bridesmaids)
Nicole waiting in the foyer before getting to see Josh... now her 'husband'. Nicole just looks stunning!
Here is the happy couple, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Cobb, cutting the cake.
One of the moments brides cherish, the Father-Daughter dance. Her dad was so handsome in his tux, and together they made a grand scene. So very sweet!

When the dance floor opened up, everyone joined in and had a great time dancing to the 9 piece band!

It's time to send off the bride and groom...let the honeymoon begin!
I love you both and wish you so much happiness. Thank you for letting me be apart of your special day!
Cheers to happily every after!


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jennyjoyphotography said...

Jen - you make a beautiful bridesmaid! You also captured some beautiful images. With shots like these, you're not going to be asked to be part of many wedding parties because they'll want you behind the camera. Great job!