The next three images were taken by Michelle Burdine on the morning of the wedding!
I shot a million pictures of my flowers, but what bride doesn’t love her flowers, right?!! It was interesting because I had no idea what they were going to look like. I asked for something bright and colorful and saw them for the first time minutes before the wedding. The pink flower is called “ginger torch”.
Michelle took the next several images for us. She had her work cut out for her, I get a little chatty when I think I am getting my picture taken. Haha!
I love the next few images so much! They are just what I wanted. Thank you so much, Michelle!!
There were several people surfing in the distance during our ceremony. Some of them came up to the beach just as we were getting our pictures taken! Of course I loved this!
This one makes me laugh. The next two images show what I was shooting!
We stayed in an amazing house with a community pool with a beach cove right behind it.
This is what Maui looked like from the boat that takes you out to a submarine.
This is the park we walked past on the way to the pool.
The next several images were taken with a rented underwater digital camera. There are a million interesting shots that were taken over several days, but I am just showing a few of my favorites. My new nephew, Kyle took most of what you are seeing here. We had a family of turtles that were near our cove and on the last day we were there, the turtles came all the way up into the cove to eat and get their close-ups. I absolutely love the last turtle shot!!
The next three images are from our submarine trip. Red light does not make it this deep into the ocean… which makes for some crazy color!
This lighthouse was taken for Heather. ‘Nuf said.
Michelle took the next two images of me getting ready at Preen Apothecary before our reception in Dayton.
The following images were taken by Crystal Black Photography
. We had a great time with the photo booth! Thank you Crystal and Brandon!!
Without question, the funniest image from the photo booth!
The last shot of me with my friend Ryan reminds me of a Beastie Boys shot.