Continuing last week's wedding theme, I wanted to feature photographs of others that help complete any wedding story - the supporting cast as it were. The photographic possibilities in this category are huge. Below is a photograph of the bride, Kara, and her new mother-in-law to her left, and her mother to her right, with the Sandia Mountains as a backdrop.
Here is Kara with her beautiful grandmother.
The image below is one of Steve's favorites from the wedding. His encouragement helped the group have fun, and thus avoid a more traditional shot.
Here is one of the bridesmaids, Haley, as statue, with Eero's father looking on in the background.
Generally after a photographer (or team, as was the case in this wedding, of Steve Immel, his wife, Peggy, and my husband, Fred) has made the formal wedding shots, a short block of time exists before the bride and groom officially enter the reception. I call this "drifting time", and both Steve and I spent it shooting photographs of relatives and friends who attended the wedding. This particular shot was courtesy of the fact that there was a children's table set up with craft-making materials. Naturally, more fun than making things was getting under the tables, amidst the satin skirting. Katiana was clearly in her element.
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