Vicki and Chris’ Woodstock wedding adventure began at the Woodstock Holiday Inn and Suites. The moment we arrived at Chris’ room and saw the liquor tickets displayed beside his boutonniere I knew their wedding celebration was going to be a day full of fun and one heck of a party. Two rooms down Vicki was also getting ready, and we popped in and out of each room taking photos all the while making sure Chris and Vicki wouldn’t cross paths.
We headed to Craigowan Golf and Country Club which is “Nestled in the rolling hills of Oxford County, just north of Woodstock” for the outdoor ceremony. The ceremony was held in front of the beautiful ivy covered ruins of the original 1856 Farm house. With clear skies the sun was beating down and the heat of the day got to the officiant who forgot to perform the ring ceremony. After all laughs and with the ceremony concluded, it was time to get into the shade, rehydrate and take a bit of a break from the sun.
The family and wedding party photos where completed at Craigowan, and we jumped into the limo and headed with Vicki and Chris to a local Tractor dealership for photos. We took a few photos with both the Case and John Deere tractors and concluded with photos at the front of the dealership along the country road.
We then Jumped back into the limo to cool off and headed back to Craigowan for the amazing reception and party that followed.
It was an awesome day filled with a ton of laughing and fun with 2 fantastic individuals and their family and friends.
Enjoy the photos
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Vicki: Getting our pics done !!
Would you change anything: We both agree that we wouldn’t change a thing about the day
Any Surprises: The best surprise at our wedding was seeing each other for the first time.
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Chris: When our pastor forgot the rings at the ceremony
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Vicki and Chris’ guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner, and will contain many more images. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy.
Advice for future couples:…..don’t sweat the small stuff!
A Two Tone Favourite: Getting the opportunity to spend the day with this awesome fun couple and their amazing family and friends.
Favourite Detail: The decorations and the slideshow at the reception
“Working with Kurt at Two Tone Studios was amazing. The laid back yet professional atmosphere made it so easy to work with Kurt. Kurt took the time to get to know us and knew exactly what we wanted, we couldn’t be happier! Chris and I don’t just see kurt as a photographer with an amazing talent but also a friend! Thanks again kurt for making our day extra special!
~ Vicki and Chris
Thank-you Vicki and Chris for allowing us the opportunity to capture your awesome wedding celebration.”
As soon as I walked into Chantal’s room at the Guelph Delta Hotel and noticed a mug that read “Best Day Ever”, right then and there I knew Chantal and Mike’s Guelph Wedding Adventure was going to be a blast.
Not too often you get an opportunity to photograph the guys as they make the pilgrimage from where they got ready to the ceremony. It was only fitting to capture the moments as the guys head down Arthur Street and across the foot bridge to the ceremony location at St.Georges Church.
Located on the banks of the Speed River is the beautiful old St. George’s Church. St. Georges is one of the oldest and largest churches in Guelph, and I love photographing at this church. Rev. Canon Ralph and Sexton Ron are really great people and fantastic to work with. Chantal surprised Mike by walking down the isle to a live performance by her Glee Club students. It was a beautiful ceremony with poems in both French and Italian as well as more entertainment by the Glee Club. We photographed the Family photos in St.Georges then the wedding party boarded Brentwood Livery’s Limobus to the Albion Hotel for a few beverages and photos.
After leaving downtown Guelph, we headed towards Cambridge and Whistle Bear Golf Club for the awesome reception. After taking a few chilly sunset photos, we sat down for an awesome meal, listened to Jazz music and enjoyed Chantal and Mike’s Great Gatsby themed wedding reception party.
It really was one of the Best Days Ever.
Would you change anything: nothing, it was perfect!!!
A Two Tone Favourite: Chantal’s beautiful brooch bouquet completed with her grandmother’s insect jewel.
Advice for future couples: Marry your best friend and laugh during the rough spots
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Chantal and Mike’s guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner, and will contain many more images. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
Any Surprises: Chantal teaches French and Music and had her Glee club (show choir) come and sing her down the aisle and during the signing of the marriage license.
Mike had no idea!
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Chantal: Dancing the night away!
Favourite Detail: Our guest book was a pair of old wood skis from Chantal’s grandfather. Mike burnt in their wedding date in Roman numerals and guests signed away.
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Mike: hanging out with friends and family
wedding date: February 27, 2016 weather:Windy winter weather with not enough snow! Two Tone photographer: Kurt wedding venues:Ceremony – St. Georges Church Guelph, Reception – Whistle Bear Golf Club in Cambridge, Photos at Albion Hotel in Guelph
Additional wedding vendors: Brentwood Livery, K-Toss DJ
“Kurt was an absolutely amazing photographer to work with. We had a previous photographer that had left us hanging. Kurt settled all of our previous misconceptions and made us excited for our day. Mike, myself, and our wedding party were veterans with wedding photography and Kurt was by far the best. He was creative, energetic, and kept the day moving. During the reception, Kurt had the brilliant idea of showing the days photos on his mini slideshow. We received so many compliments from this aspects and the untouched images looked absolutely amazing. Thank you so much Kurt for being a memorable part of our big day!”
~ Chantal and Mike
Thank-you Chantal and Mike for allowing us the opportunity to capture your awesome wedding celebration.
Jake and Kaitlin’s Wedding Adventure on New Year’s Eve was a fantastic way to spend the last day of 2015.
We started the day out the day at the Wilson household with getting ready photos of Kaitlin and her ladies. There we also met up with the awesome Brianne and Michael from KB Motion. After a few photos and a little warm up of champagne, Kurt and the ladies boarded the “Travelling Circus” Bus to the Beautifully restored Brantford train station and continued with their photo session. Mark then headed to the little hamlet of Glen Morris to photograph the guys getting ready.
We all joined up at the cosy Glen Morris Church where 150 of Jake and Kaitlin’s closest family and friends squeezed in to witness the beautiful ceremony.
After the ceremony we continued just up the road to the Sharp Homestead and took cover in the warmth of the driving shed for photos while snow started to fall outside. Thank-you to Bill for allowing us the use of your farm for the photos.
After the photo session we followed the “Travelling Circus” as they made a quick stop to pick up refreshments then onto Blessed Sacrament Hall in Burford for Kaitlin and Jake’s reception. The Night which was complete with plaid jackets, a campfire, and hands down the best bride and groom tribute song I have ever heard “These are the things you don’t say to your wife”.
What a great day to end 2015 with a fantastic couple.
Enjoy the photos.
What made your wedding unique and awesome : It was 2 parties in 1. We had an amazing wedding experience, while ending the night clinking glasses and celebrating a new year with everyone love. The people also made it unique and awesome. Being from a small town, it is intriguing to learn about all the different connection amongst all our friends and family.
Any Surprises: How quickly the day went by
Best Wedding Related Decision: To have our wedding on New Years Eve
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Kaitlin: Seeing my dad’s reaction of me before we went to the church, because he hadn’t seen me yet – Walking into the church was an amazing experience, seeing all the people you love in one room and knowing that they are there for YOU – also to see Jake and his emotional reaction, it melted my heart.
Favourite Memories of the Day:
Jake: the Glen Morris church, the tight cozy atmosphere in a small but character filled room – that is just what we are all about
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Kaitlin and Jake’s guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner, and will contain many more images. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
Advice for future couples: Know that the month before is a crazy, hectic, stressful time. Make sure to communicate often and help each other, be understanding of each other’s emotions and TRY your best to enjoy every second. Also – as noted above New Years is a great day to have a wedding celebration, but keep in mind, the week before is Christmas.
Favourite Detail: Jake says that his favourite detail is the music. I would say my favourite detail was the feeling and look of our reception hall. It was warm, cozy and romantic.
wedding date: December 31, 2015 weather:Beautiful with Periods of snow. Colder then a summer day. Two Tone photographer: Kurt, Mark wedding venues:Ceremony – Glen Morris United Church, Reception – Blessed Sacrament Hall in Burford, Photos at Bill Sharp’s awesome Driving Shed and Farm.
“We had heard about Two Tone Studios through close friends of ours, who HIGHLY recommended their services. After viewing some of Kurt’s work online – we became very interested in having him be a part of our big day. Truthfully, it is certainly Kurt’s professionalism and enthusiasm to get the perfect shot are traits that put Kurt in a class of his own. However – it is his kindness and his patience that makes him and his studio more than desirable to work with. We have received so many compliments from our wedding guests on the quality of the pictures and the unique shots that Kurt was able to capture – which they were able to view at the reception during the photo reel Kurt had playing. We are so happy with our decision to have Two Tone Studios capture all the amazing moments of our day! We are now the ones HIGHLY recommending them to our friends and family.”
~ Kaitlin and Jake
Thank-you Kaitlin and Jake for allowing us to be apart and to capture your awesome wedding celebration.
With the windows rolled down and making the 2 hour trek north on country backroads, it came apparent why I love back country driving. The small villages and open country side creates a more relaxed driving experience then the busy and craziness of the 400 series highways. The beauty of the rolling hills in Caledon and beyond is breath taking, but the ever present rain clouds that are lingering will surly make this day interesting.
Upon arriving at the Mashinter’s Residence in Angus we where greeted by Lilly, a Beautiful Mini Australian Shepard who Amanda and Andrew recently rescued. It also came apparent that Amanda’s favourite colour was purple, and we just had to use the walls of her old bedroom as a backdrop for some of the photos.
Ivy is a Quant little town or some will call an intersection just south of Angus. It had the honour last year to be the host site of the International Plowing Match which we where the official event photographer. Ivy was also host to Amanda and Andrew’s Wedding Ceremony which was held at the Orange brick Ivy Hall. This is where we first got a glimpse at Amanda’s father Paul’s fully restored 1948 car and his 1948 pickup truck which was once owned by his father.
After the ceremony and with the Thunder starting to rumble we quickly headed over to the Turnbull Family Farm, and took photos with the old cars, Amanda’s beloved horse Missy, and with Andrew’s Grandfather’s John Deer Tractor which Andrew lovingly restored. Just as we finished up photos with the tractor the rain started to fall, and we found refuge in the old barn before heading to Drysdale Tree Farm for the reception. The Rain Continued throughout the evening and made those rolling back country roads more of an adventure on the way home.
What a great day and a fantastic couple. Enjoy the photos.
Advice for Future Brides - Don’t stress the little things, the day all comes together and will be the best day of your life
Amanda - Walking down the isle with my Dad and seeing Andrew waiting for me at the front of the hall Andrew - Seeing Amanda walk down the isle
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Amanda and Andrew’s guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
We would not change a thing, it was the most perfect day, it was the best day of our lives.
Best wedding related decision was to make sure everything was indoors and to have a back up plan for pictures incase it rained. Made things less stressful. Thankfully we were lucky and squeaked our pictures in before the rain
We can’t pick just one Favourite detail; All the decorating that Vicki and her crew from Posh Beyond events did was beyond amazing.
wedding date: May 30, 2015 weather:Overcast with Periods of Sun. Hot day with a breeze that ended in Thunder Showers Two Tone photographer: Kurt, Mark wedding venues:Ceremony – Ivy Hall, Reception – Drysdale Tree Farm, Photos at Turnbull Family Farm
“Having Kurt from Two Tone Studios for our engagement pictures and wedding pictures was one of the best decisions we made. Kurt is a super friendly, easy and fun to work with kind of guy. He is so talented at what he does, he listens to all things you want from your pictures, as well adds his creative touch to make the most stunning pictures. We cant thank him enough for everything. I would recommend Two Tone Studios to anyone looking to have beautiful, creative, and long lasting memory pictures done. ”
~ Amanda and Andrew
Thank-you Amanda and Andrew for allowing us to be apart and to capture your awesome wedding celebration.
We love going to weddings and hearing the live music performances of very talented individuals. Often it is a family member or friend, however there are very few who are as talented and experienced as Bob Maclean. Bob and I first met at the Ariss Valley Golf and Country’s Wedding Show where his music was simply amazing and was enjoyed by all who attended. The true talent can be heard on his many sample videos on youtube, however to get an appreciation of his work it is best to attend a live public performance which are listed on his website. We had the opportunity to photograph Bob for his new promotional images, and sit down to learn a little more behind the Music of Bob Maclean.
To start off here is Bob’s event and wedding sampler. To hear more of Bob’s work please check out his Youtube Channel.
Who are you? Tell us alittle back story.
I am Bob MacLean – Event Guitarist covering South Central Ontario and have been playing music for special events for years. My music can have a roots inspired feel to it, drawing on traditional/blues/celtic influences in addition to pop and classical styles. When people watch me play, they have no doubt about my passion and enjoyment for what I do.
What is your favorite musical song and album?
Well…. Where to begin… expect the obscure I guess. Martin Simpson is probably my favourite player – his 1989 album “Leaves Of Life” still does if for me. I am also a big fan of Ennio Morricone’s music from “The Mission”.
What keeps you inspired?Being able to create more magic with just 6 strings.
How did you get your start in the wedding industry? Its more like the industry is finding me. I’ve done weddings for years, driven by “word of mouth” marketing. Now, as I make music my fulltime occupation, I want to do more because it really is an opportunity to make an impact on a special day. This motivates me.
Why are you in the wedding industry? Weddings allow me the chance to play the music I want to play! That may sound odd but, with almost every wedding, there is a request for a song, a tune, even just a brief riff of a tune that the couple wish to hear. I am a quick study in situations like this and I love the challenge. It usually amounts to a new song/tune in my repertoire. My arrangement of Fleetwood Mac’s “Songbird” came out of just such a situation.
What is your most memorable wedding moment? Being asked to play two brand new selections that the bride REALLY wanted and coming up with arrangements that delighted the couple!
What trends do you see in the wedding industry? Social media is clearly playing a role in marketing and gaining exposure – getting noticed to begin with. Technology is also making it easier for others to hear my music in ways other than “live” in their living room. However, in the end, it’s the quality of the performance that I deliver that will make the memories
What is awesome about your company? And what do you offer? I take pride in a number of things:
~ ability to listen to clients and meet their needs
~My music engages people every time.
~ I can arrange a solo guitar version of most any song or tune
Why do you think brides choose you for their wedding? Reputation. Experience. Good listening.
What advice do you have for future wedding couples? Well, to put my business hat on…..consider live music for both a ceremony and reception. The cost of me playing guitar for ceremony/reception is not an investment in music and ambiance – its an investment in creating memories.
We first met Mark from DJ Charlie Clean a number of years ago at The Royal Wedding Show in Guelph. Since then we have had a ton of fun working with DJ Charlie Clean at numerous events. We love Mark because he is easy going and truly looks after his clients. For Mark it’s about building relationships with the client and having their ideas and personalities incorporated into the song selection. This customization ensures every wedding is an unique experience for the couple. Mark is no stranger to charities, and his generosity was experience last summer when he was involved with the PPOC “Lost Memories” event to recreate a wedding experience for a couple who lost their wedding photographs.
Recently we had the opportunity to sit down and gain a little insight into the Mastermind behind DJ Charlie Clean.
Who are you? Tell us alittle back story. My name is Mark Caravaggio, or some may know me by my nickname “Charlie Clean”. My business was started out of an extreme love for music, people and too many weddings gone wrong. I feel like someone needed to step up who genuinely cares. I cared so much that I left my old corporate life in the dust!
What keeps you inspired?Well, we just don’t show up at an event and hope for the best. I personally work with couples to make their event just right, by covering the important details that need to be captured in advance so we can prepare accordingly. By having the opportunity to work with these couples, knowing their story, and executing our role at the event and having fun doing it is more than enough to keep me inspired.
How did you get your start in the wedding industry?I worked for many of the large DJ organizations in the GTA and really obtained some incredible experience. I also started to get a vision of taking much of that experience, and many of the things I realized I wouldn’t want in my business, back to Guelph and began building a new era for the wedding DJ experience in this area.
How long have you been in business?I slowly started things in 2006, but my business now looks drastically different to what it did then, and I suppose this is a natural progression; you don’t necessarily see this at the beginning however. Life is a crazy place to be
What is awesome about your company?And what do you offer? We are fanatical regarding details. No detail is left unturned, and this is all handled in advance, directly with myself. It is so important to handle these details in advance so there isn’t a situation where the DJ is searching for answers at the wedding reception. We want the couple and their guests to focus on having an incredible time and soaking it all up. Living in the moment is key for us, most especially on the wedding day! We offer amazing 24-7 service directly with myself (yes I will answer an email at 10PM!), a customized online planning solution for our couples, a selection of really cool, established, experienced non-traditional wedding DJ’s, great access to an incredible wedding planner to help you plan out your day, and most importantly an understanding that the wedding day is all about them and not us. We can’t stress this enough!
Why are you in the wedding industry? I absolutely love weddings! The way I’ve structured my business is such that it gives me the opportunity to work with my couples intimately leading up to the wedding day. All the details put in leading up to the wedding, and then putting those details to work on the day is so completely rewarding!
What do you love the most about weddings? Working with the couple very closely and having them knowing we’re here to work with them and not doing our own thing. Running a completely customized event, unique to every single wedding, and of course there’s always the thrill of watching guests thoroughly enjoy themselves on the dance floor.
Do you experience any challenges at weddings? There are always challenges at weddings, but I suppose this is part of the fun of participating in weddings. I always say we need to be extremely flexible to go with the flow and change where needed. We work hard in advance to have a great timeline of events in place for reference, but things do change at weddings, and it’s all about us being prepared and communicating while smiling throughout
What is your company best known for in the industry?We do receive about 60% referrals, so this tells me that we do what we say we’ll do, and that’s deliver great service, amazing music, and provide a unique service that stands on its own.
What is the funniest thing you have experienced at a wedding?Perhaps the no pants groomsmen dance would be close to the top of the list
What is your most memorable wedding moment?While DJing at a prominent wedding venue in Toronto, right at the peak of the dance floor action, someone starts yelling at the top of their lungs for me to turn the music off. It was at this time I recognized there was a crowd around a guest lying on the dance floor, blood and glass everywhere. Shortly thereafter, however, the guest was up and left the dance floor, the team at the venue cleaned up the mess on the dance floor and the music was able to come back on. I’ll never forget this drunken moment in time.
What trends do you see in the wedding industry? Just going off of the past couple years, things like choreographed father/daughter dances instead of first dances is a cool twist to the beginning of the dance floor. Also, couples are choosing much more modern music for their ceremony, first dances etc. Most importantly, and I challenge my couples to do this as well, they are thinking outside the box and not always just having the wedding traditions that have existed at weddings for such a long time. So things like having a cocktail reception, or foregoing the bouquet and garter toss, choosing cupcakes instead of having a cake cutting, having their first dance upon entering into the reception instead of after dinner and the list goes on.
The average bride spends…$1000
Deposit required to book: $300
Months to book ahead: Depending on which date, but anywhere from 6 to 24 months is highly recommended.
What advice do you have for future wedding couples? Do a lot of research, read current testimonials, speak to wedding professionals in the industry to get their seal of approval for other vendors. Look for best value for price, not cheapest option. DJ companies are not all the same!
I love photographing small intimate weddings, and Gillian & Mikey’s Guelph wedding celebration was no exception. Gillian and Mikey are so relaxed and fantastic to work with. After a year engagement, they picked their date and started planning for the wedding only 2 months ago during this past Christmas, and it was fantastic.
We started off with photographing their ceremony at the Guelph City Hall, and the first thing I noticed was Gillian’s AWESOME Green shoes.
After the Ceremony we photographed the family photos in front of the City Hall’s famous living wall. Where with the help of technology we included Gillian’s Maid of honour and sister Elizabeth who was not able to make it to the wedding.
All dressed for the -24 freezing weather we heading from the warmth and comfort of the city hall to our first of many photo locations. Spending around 20 minutes at each location then we would hop in the cars to warm up and travel to the next destination. Even with this warm up period my one camera froze and stopped working, which is why we always carry backups of our back up equipment, but you know its cold when……..
After getting some fantastic winter photos, we headed over to La Cucina restaurant for the reception and to unthaw. One of the coolest thing was their give aways for the guests. We each received a Mason Jar full of amazing coffee from Grizzly Coffee in Guelph which was a special blend made especially for Gillian and Mikey’s wedding.
After the 3 hour”Mangia Mangia” marathon of the best Italian food I have ever had (would recommend La Cucina to everyone), as a group we played a quick game of “Telestrations” before heading out to finish off the evening with some snowing street photos downtown Guelph.
Please enjoy a few of my favourite moments and photos from the day.
Favourite Memories of the Day ~ Mikey: Seeing Gilly walk into the room.
Favourite Memories of the Day ~ Gill: Skyping with family around the world before the ceremony…and then seeing Mikey looking dapper!
Any Surprises: The weather -24 c before wind chill was not anticipated!
Advice for future couples: Do whatever you want! ..but also if you have an outdoor photoshoot on the coldest day of winter, don’t forget your boots!
Favourite Detail:Loved the restaurant – they went out of their way to make it spectacular.
Best Wedding Related Decision: Keeping it small and intimate
“We loved working with Kurt. One of the reasons we settled on him as a photographer instead of the countless other wedding photographers was his personality (as well as his photographs!). As we were having a small (around 25 people) wedding, we really wanted someone who could interact with our guests and make them feel at ease. Kurt came recommended to us by Andrew Goodwin, and the quality of his photographs alone stand for themselves. I would highly recommend Kurt to others and appreciated his candour on one of the big days in our lives. Thank you, Gill and Mikey”
Thank-you Gillian and Mikey for allowing us to be apart and capture your awesome wedding celebrations.
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Lena and Damian’s guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
wedding date: December 27, 2014 weather: we asked for hot, clear skies with lots of sun….. it was the direct opposite cold, overcast and no sun or snow. Two Tone photographer: Kurt, Mark wedding venues: YRK – York Road Kitchen and Chocolate Bar, Photos in the dark along York Rd and at the OR
Additional wedding vendors: #thedreamteam – Barb from A Piece of Cake, Mark from DJ Charlie Clean, Robyn from Blooms & Flora, Angie from Jacha Mineral (makeup artist), and Don Perron from Weddings by Don
Thank-you Lena and Damian for allowing us to be apart and to capture your awesome wedding celebration.
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Sarah and Mark’s guest at their Pheasant Run Wedding reception in Newmarket, Ontario. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
wedding date: June 14, 2014 weather: Sun, Sun, Sun. Two Tone photographer: Kurt, Mark wedding venues: Pheasant Run Golf and Country Club in New Market
Thank-you Sarah and Mark for allowing us to be apart and to capture your awesome wedding celebration.
The images in this slideshow were viewed and enjoyed by Kelly and Adam’s guest at their wedding reception. Each Same Day slideshow is selected and edited at the reception during the dinner. We begin the process by downloading our cards then browsing and selecting our favourites. From there we quickly edit each selected image for viewing – there are no special filters, no photoshop, nothing crazy just the images in their purest form. For a better quality show click on the settings button and select 720p quality. Sit back and Enjoy
wedding date: September 27, 2014 weather: Sunny, hot, and clear skies with more sun. Two Tone photographer: Kurt, Rick wedding venues: The St. Catherine’s Holiday Inn, Rockway Vineyards
Thank-you Kelly and Adam for allowing us to be apart and to capture your awesome wedding celebration.