The Entire Cake Smash


Photo by Carrie Guggenmos, a Bowling Green, KY wedding photographer at Sur la Lune Photography.

Somehow the cake cutting was skipped in the schedule of reception events. The bride decided she had a better idea for what to do with it at the end of the reception!

Taken with a Canon Mark III and 24-70.

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The Getaway

The getaway

Photo by Michel Feist, a Edmonton, Alberta Canada wedding photographer at Ampersand Grey.

The bride and groom had a Bentley as a get-a-way car and wanted me to capture them exiting the reception. As Devon was getting into the backseat his groomsmen reminded him that he was still wearing the rental shirt and tie and because the couple was leaving for Paris in the morning, he'd have to take it off so they could return it for them. Devon as a history of being topless at every event they are at, so it was only fitting that he ended the night like this.

Taken with a Nikon D3s and Nikkor 24-70, ISO 15600 | 24mm | f/2.8 | 1/200sec.

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The Father’s Blessing

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Photo by , a Dallas, TX wedding photographer at K &S Photography.

This is actually a 20th vow renewal but they had a ceremony like it was a second wedding for them. The first time they wed, the bride’s father was wrongfully incarcerated and the groom never got to ask for the bride’s hand in marriage. During their vow renewal the groom stopped the ceremony to ask his father in law for his blessings to marry his daughter. The bride looks on with a smile but tearing up and the groom embraces his father in law. Not a dry eye was left after this moment

Taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and EF50mm f/1.4 USM, F2.5 @ 1/160 ISO 3200.

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The Video Game

The Game

Photo by , a Newcastle, Australia wedding photographer at Ben Howland.

I love photographing kids at weddings. The tiny corner that this boy squeezed himself into, combined with the blue uplight from his game, brought this frame together.

Taken with a Nikon D750 and Sigma 24 Art, f/1.4, 1/60th, ISO1600.

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The Pool Jump


Photo by Alyssa Campbell, a Phoenix, AZ wedding photographer at Alyssa Campbell Photography.

It's always a good party when the bride & groom jump into the pool during the reception, but not many photographers can shoot that shot from underwater. But, I'll do anything for the shot so I got my underwater gear brought out to me and treaded water and followed them underwater as they all jumped in.

Taken with a Canon 5Dmkii and 17-40 f/4 L, ISO6400 29mm f/4 1/50.

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