Tuesday, September 8, 2009

It's official: The Josephs are now Mr. and Mrs.

One of my oldest and dearest friends, Jenni got married to a Mr. Jeremy Joseph a few weeks ago. I was in the wedding and, to my dismay, was unable to participate in taking pictures of the bride and groom. I was so pleased to be able to do a private bridal session with the two of them. These two were smokin'. I've been having a ball looking through them, and am not even close to being done, but here's a little sample of our session.










































Maybe more later, but for now, I have to get to the Ina Garten Turkey Meatloaf that's ready to get in the oven and the garlic/rosemary roasted red potatoes! YUM!

I know I'm way behind on the blog. I've got some fun pics of the boys to share too. And a few from our awesome church picnic! Until then...

"rejoice in the Lord always..."

8 comments:

Joanne said...

KeriAnn those are excellent, when I get married will you take mine :)

Anonymous said...

KeriAnn, these are simply beautiful! I was thinking about you that day. It was so rainy. Looks like you had a break in the nasty weather for a bit?? Where did you end up going?

Jessica Lawson
(forgot my password so i'm anonymous for now :))

Christine said...

Awesome photos (as usual) and good choice for dinner. I miss you!

christy said...

Wow. Amazing Keriann. Really amazing. Did you take these on their wedding day?

KeriAnn said...

Joanne , :).

Jessica, yes, the Lord blessed. When it rained we took a coffee break and we even ended the session with fabulous sunshine that i love so much!

chrissie, thanks, and i miss you too.

Christy, we did this after they got back from their honeymoon. the wedding day is so busy, it would be really hard to capture shots like this in the midst of everything else that was going on and that has to be done, that's why this was a perfect idea to capture them this way.

christy said...

Great idea. That's why I asked.. I was thinking "when did they have time to take these?!". You could be a professional my friend.

Ellie Snider said...

Oh, those are amazing!! They are so beautiful!!
My favorites are #9 and 10 :)

J Yo said...

These are all amazing, but that first one is unbelievable!! I agree...you could so easily be a professional photog... :)


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