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Heather & Keith Get Married!

What an honor it is to shoot a wedding.  And Heather and Keith’s was special for many diverse reasons, not least of which I had taught Heather when she was a delightful honors level sophomore in one of my English classes.  When she asked me to shoot her wedding to Keith, I was thrilled. If you look at just a few photos of last weekend’s wedding, you will see why this was so much fun.  They were married at the Lady of Loreto Church in Centennial and held the reception at the Inverness Hotel in Englewood.

Once I’m done going through the hundreds of photos I haven’t yet edited, I am going to post some “family” themed photos.  (Both sides of the family were so great to work with, that I feel they deserve their own post!) But I couldn’t wait to share these.  Congratulations, Heather and Keith!

Before going to the church, I stopped by Mary Lou and Tim’s house to take a few snapshots of the bride.

Mary Lou and Tim have a favorite photo of Heather as a young girl. The next two photos use that photo as part of the story.

The bridal flowers added  just the right accent for a fun photo.

Our Lady of Loreto Church in Centennial provided a beautiful setting for the wedding ceremony.

And Father John Paul opened up the balcony doors to let us take advantage of its spectacular facade after the ceremony.

And having a great zoom lens let me take advantage of a great photo op!

The reception at the Inverness also provided some interesting possibilities, although the golf course itself ended up off limits!

And, despite high winds that blew down branches on the tree behind them, the wedding party was willing to have some fun with pictures.  Of course, we have several of the “formal” shots in the church and at the reception, but these were much more fun.

One last shot of the couple during their first dance!


comments

  1. alison

    Love the shot of the inside of the church!

    May 24th, 2010 @ 10:30 pm

  2. Mary Lou

    Kathy – these are fantastic!! Thank you so much for all that you did and for sharing in this important day of Heather and Keith’s life. You are amazingly talented.

    May 25th, 2010 @ 12:32 am

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