As much as I like my photos (because after all, it was our wedding day -- the beginning of a wonderful adventure) I was disappointed in them. I had expected something totally different. I'd be lying if I told you I didn't cry when I saw them -- I totally did. Like a big baby. And every time someone asked to see photos after that I got all blubbery about it again. My photos did not turn out how I wanted them. However, the photos sufficiently documented the day. As much as I strongly recommend others to invest in photography (let alone wedding day photography), I had to remind myself it was only physical. What mattered most was that we were married -- and besides, how often would I really be looking at my wedding photos (besides right now -- of course)?
What do you think about investing in photography? Is it worth it? How do you feel about your wedding day photography -- love or hate? Regrets? What expectations do you have for a professional photographer? (Answer me people! :) )
With that being said...here's some of my favorites:
|Coming out of the temple doors.
|Outside the Sacramento Temple
|Some of the fam.
|The whole gang that showed up to the temple -- I was so shocked to see so many smiling faces when we walked out the doors. I'm sad this picture isn't better.
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To my sweet Nathaniel, for the sake of the 139 days since then:
-Forever will be an adventure as long as you're by my side
-To embarrass you from time to time with public proclamations of affection (like this one)
-That impromptu chocolate chip cookies and love letters will appear frequently throughout the years
-Even when my lips are old and wrinkly, I'll still smoother you in kiss attacks
-I'll always laugh at your ridiculous jokes, and melt at the sight of your brown eyes
-I'll keep cooking us animal pancakes for dinner, if they keep putting a smile on your face
But above everything, I promise yesterday will always be the day I love you the least.
I ♥ you.