Erin and Chris’ Wedding on August 9, 2008

Erin and Chris’ wedding brought us back to Colonial Williamsburg.  I met up with the gals at the Williamburg Lodge where Erin was getting ready and I couldn’t help but see the process as a sequence of sequences:

The wedding took place at Walnut Hills Baptist Church on Jamestown Road which was lit dramatically for the ceremony:

The reception took place at the Colonial Heritage Clubhouse and the party was live, which is no surprise since it started with a shotgunning contest amongst the groomsmen.  You always hear about races coming to a photo finish so here you go, was it a tie?  Yes, the Olympic spirit has touched us all this week…

Check out the sage and pink details, all of which looked great against the guy’s suits.  I especially liked the white polka dot linens on the table settings, here’s a swatch so you can see more:

Speaking of details, Erin and Chris are rather enthusiastic Carolina Panthers fansso much so that they considered moving their wedding date since it conflicted with a game!  I thought about including these cool cats in the style swatch but for such big fans, it needed to be its own big picture:

It was great to work with Bill of Human Story Films once again and while she was a guest at this wedding for once, its always a pleasure to see Sallie of Williamsburg Weddings and Events. It was also great to meet Casey, one of Erin’s bridesmaids, and her fiance Dub whose wedding we’ll be shooting this September.  The good times just keep rolling…

Here’s a slideshow with our favorites from the day and if you were a guest and would like to be notified by email when all the photos are available for viewing, click here.  Congrats, Erin and Chris!

Oh, and before I forget, here are a few of our favorite shots from Erin’s bridal portrait session in Colonial Williamsburg from a few months back, I have been slacking off on sharing bridal work (bad monkey). Enjoy!

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