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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Kernersville photography: Ashley & Michael, the wedding

Jonathan and Logan partied it up with Ashley and Michael for their Kernersville wedding. Being December, it was a bit cold, but the couple kept things warmed up all day long! Michael is a photographer himself, and his lovely bride knew how to work the camera. Here are some of the highlights from the big day - be sure to leave the newlyweds some well-wishes... Congrats guys!

Christmasy details compliments of Herron House flowers...



they met up before the wedding and Ashley couldn't help but get teary-eyed... we love this stuff! 

the promise...


a snazzy getaway car... 

a quick stop at Korner's Folly for some photos... 

 



then off to the Harmon House for the reception... 

a spirited first dance...


An emotional moment that deserves the backstory: Michael presented Ashley with a cup from the night they first met... special because Ashley had written her name and number on it in the hopes that Michael would call her. All had thought the cup was tossed out, but a few months before the wedding, it turns out that Michael's grandfather had saved it from the beginning. Sadly, Micheal's grandfather passed away before the wedding, and Michael told the story here at the reception. There was not a dry eye in the house.



the party continues... 

cake by Dewey's...
 

and they drove into the night! 

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Beautiful! It's very inspiring photo shots you had. The good thing about this pictures are the people on it. You can see perfect smile! Wedding portraits and family portraits were always a perfect medium for photography.

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