Jennifer & Dennis – 03.21.09

On the first official weekend of spring, I had the privilege of joining Marlene Hawthrone of Obsidian Eye Photographyfor a fun and beautiful wedding in Warrenton, VA. I started out the day by hanging out with the guys before the ceremony.

I asked Dennis to stand by the window for a minute where the light was nice, but doesn’t it really just look like he’s searching out the window for his bride?

The best moment before the wedding was when the best man gave Dennis a really touching gift from Jen. I’m willing to bet there wasn’t a dry eye in the room (including me):

The beautiful Warrenton Baptist Church:

The church had this great rounded staircase leading out into the light of the front doors, and I caught this quick image of their exit after the ceremony.

I know I didn’t quite nail the focus in this next one, but I still like it!

I’m just a little jealous of Jen’s flawless skin and perfect smile!

Marlene did some scouting before the wedding and found some beautiful colors and textures around Warrenton. This peachy wall was one of our faves:

Jen’s “something blue” was found in her bouquet and at the candy bar for the guests (I’ve never tried rock candy but it looks yummy!):

The father-daughter dance:

And speaking of dancing, this crowd could DANCE. Including the flower girl…she had some moves!

I love how happy they are!

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  • marlene - love love love these images! thanks so much for joining me, i had so much fun! and i’m SO VERY GLAD there are good people in this world 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth and Frank Myers - Susan,

    What a great set of wedding images! I really like the shot in front of the peachy/mauve wall also. Congratulations, this couple must be thrilled…ReplyCancel

  • Jill Myers - Awesome pics, Susan! I can’t even pick a fave.ReplyCancel

  • Eileen Broderick - Wow. One after another awesome image! The two you snapped of the groom’s reaction to her gift just got me all choked up. Those are amazing and I am sure the bride is so grateful that you captured that moment for her. Bravo, Susan!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - Susan! Love these images. That’s actually the church where I got married! 🙂 I think my favorite image is the one in front of the orange wall. Just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • emily - Gorgeous as always… I really love how you captured their joy – it radiates from the pictures. Amazing work.ReplyCancel

  • Armin - Very nice work!ReplyCancel