Colonial Williamsburg may be the most picturesque setting for portraits here in southeastern Virginia. So I was excited when Haley decided that she wanted to have her bridal portraits taken here. The challenge was keeping her dress safe from all the dirt and horse “presents” on the ground. But the payoff was worth it, The pictures came out so beautiful and we had a lot of fun in the process. A special thanks to Haley’s mom for driving us around to all of the locations and dodging security like a pro!
We all know that April showers bring May flowers and that same rain is also said to bring good luck on a wedding day. But it just so happens that rain also makes bad driving conditions, so when my car got stuck in the mud on the way from the bride Wendy’s home in Pungo to the church you could say that april showers brought more then just flowers. But there was luck, Wendy’s brother, Noah had an SUV with a rope to get me out! The crisis was adverted, and the rest of the day went off without a hitch.
After the ceremony, Wendy and Jason celebrated their marriage with their friends and family at the Lesner Inn . The local band hotcakes got the party started and you could just see from the smiles and laughter how much fun everyone had.
Thanks again Noah!