Kristen and Jason got a FREE engagement session with the wedding package that they purchased from Kurt Nielsen Photography. We did their session in July at Wildwood MetroPark in Toledo. Here are a few of the images from their portrait session.
Abbey and Jake were married on June 2, 2012 in a beautiful outdoor ceremony at Tamaron Country Club in Toledo. This is the story of their wedding day.
Abbey, her bridesmaids and the mothers of the bride and groom had their hair and make-up done at a friend’s house the morning of the wedding.
While the bride was getting ready, the groom was enjoying a round of golf at the Country Club and the country club staff and the other wedding professionals were getting the main dining room ready for the reception.
After their round of golf, the groom and his groomsmen got into their tuxes and were ready to start taking their formal and a few less serious wedding portraits.
The wind picked up a little bit, or so that is the story everyone is sticking to!
The wedding cake was delivered and looked beautiful.
The bride arrived at the Country Club and finished getting dressed and then it was her turn for some photos with her bridesmaids.
Everyone was trying to get a glimpse of the bride, be sure to check out the guy driving the golf cart.
The guests began to arrive, the music began to play; it was time to start the wedding.
Everything was going great, then all of a sudden, they got a serious case of the giggles! But all worked out in the end.
The guests went inside Tamaron for the reception and were greeted by my Kurt’s Kustom Keepsakes green screen photo booth staff. They took pictures of all of the guests as they arrived with a custom background to commemorate Abbey and Jake’s wedding. They were then given a copy to take home as their wedding favor.
While the guests were having their photo taken and enjoying the cocktail hour inside, the family and the bridal party stayed outside to take the formal and fun photos.
Before Jake and Abbey knew it, it was time for their grand entrance, the bridal party toasts and dinner.
Then came the cake cutting and ensuing smash!
The happy couple showed off their new dancing skills during their first dance as man and wife.
The final formalities were the Father/Daughter Dance, Mother/Son Dance, and the tossin of the bouquet and garter.
The dancing continued in the mail dining room for the rest of the evening.
But the dance floor wasn’t the only place where the guests were having fun. Back in the entry way, my staff was still taking photo booth pics of all the guests for Abbey and Jake’s scrapbook. The guests had a great time dressing up and posing for the pictures, and they got to decorate the pages themselves.
Congratulations Abbey and Jake and thank you for letting me tell your wedding story.
The supporting cast of Abbey and Jake’s story: