Kayla and Eric
Kayla and Eric were a great couple to work with for their wedding. There is a sense of energy and excitement around most weddings, but you could almost feel it coming off of them before the start of their ceremony.
Friends and family stopped by before hand to help in the necessary arrangements and give the bride a hug.
The only person a bride has to worry about stealing the show on their wedding day is the flower girl, and in this case it was no exception. She was as cute as a button and loved the camera.
I always love the elegance that comes along with getting ready for a wedding. It's so nice to see everyone getting all dressed up for the big day. All the little details that bring everything together.
Every bride needs a few moments in the thick of things to collect herself and her thoughts.
I love it when cute moments like this one here present themselves.
Weddings during November in Syracuse N.Y. can be a bit on the chilly side, but Kayla was prepared for that.
And here are the men, looking very dashing and happy.
I don't know if I have every seen a groom look so calm, collected, and happy this close to a ceremony in my life, but here he was, smiling away.
I love seeing when a church is full at a wedding to show the support for the couple getting married.
You can clearly see the love this couple has for each other in their expressions on their faces, no neves, just sheer happiness.
Time to say hi to the new family, and all the friends that came out to see them.
And onto the formals.
And after that comes time for the celebrations to begin!
Can't you feel the love tonight.... I think anyone can see how much these two love each other just by looking at their smiles.
And now as they say, Let The Good Times Roll!
This is probably one of my favorite photos from this wedding, knowing that it is November in Syracuse N.Y. and a cold night, the fire and love kept everyone warm.
Nothing like a celebratory cigar to salute the happy couple with.
I think the romance of the night rubbed off on everyone there.
I think this picture sums it up nicely. Congrats Kayla and Eric and thank you for letting me be part of your most special day.