Weddings

Mr. & Mrs. Duplin

By August 30, 2009 6 Comments

         If you are an avid follower of my blog, you may recognize these two.

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        Adam & Jill called me almost exactly one year ago to shoot their engagement photos. I believe THAT DAY they handed me the deposit to shoot their wedding. I fell in love with them immediately and found out how small of a world it actually is. We had lived in our town of Brush Valley for about 4 years and finally realized that his brother was actually a neighbor of ours all along :)

         So today, I had the honor of photographing their "big day" and I don't think I stopped smiling all day! Sure the rain poured down during the ceremony but it almost seemingly cleared up right as the priest said, "You may kiss your bride!" And the sun was blazing as if it was making up for lost time from earlier in the day. We headed up to a local park and got some "fun" shots of the bridal party then shot straight over the reception where I got to witness the "Duplin" moves......and they were nothing short of hilarious!!

          Click on the slide show below......Enjoy your sneak peek :)

 

      Feel free to leave the Bride and Groom a message below! Congrats Adam & Jill!!

6 Comments

  • Brittany Stewart says:

    This is the best, you did a great job.
    What a wonderful day.. Thanks for being there and sharing our families special day with us…
    You really captured everything.

    <3/ Brittany

  • Kelly Duplin says:

    Jen,

    The pictures are awesome. I love them all. You did a wonderful job!!!!!!

  • Pam Smith says:

    Jen, What fantastic pictures. Great Job….

  • Lee Ann Ault says:

    These pictures are beautiful and everyone looks like they were having a great time! Jill—you looked amazing!! Congrats to the both of you and enjoy Hawaii!!

  • Lisa says:

    The pictures are beautiful. Jill Alana said you look like Cinderella. Enjoy yourself in Hawaii

  • Ashley says:

    Jen, the pictures are absolutely beautiful!! Great job!

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