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6.29.2009

[sue and matt]


you may remember sue and matt from their engagement blog post a few months back....they were married this past weekend on a most beautiful sunshiny day that was a relief to everyone considering the rain we had all last week. I arrived at Sue's house, only to realize that we grew up one street away from each other (but went to different schools...) AND to top it all off, Matt and his brothers went to Sweet Home (where I currently teach, for those of you who didn't know of my secret alter ego...)
Anyway, connections aside, Matt and Sue are a truly wonderful couple. Everyone smiled, laughed and even sang crazy tooth flossing songs and danced the sprinkler all day long. Definitely my kind of people.
Their ceremony took place at SS. Peter and Paul in Williamsville (where my own parents were married many years ago, and where I was baptized as well) and their reception was at the Protocol.








Matt is a teacher at St. Joes.....his students were the choir at the ceremony.






This may be my favorite shot of the day...I am a sucker for seersucker! (and super cute kids...)


After the ceremony, we went over to the Historical Society for some images....







this girl.....she reminds me so much of what my daughter will be like when she is 7....she was a blast, the originator of much of the silliness that prevailed that day (although hard to tell from this picture, now that I am looking at it!)

the first of too many ring shots in this post...I am finding it harder and harder to edit down for these blog posts! I used my new lens at this wedding, in fact I never took it off of my camera. it does a sweet job on close ups like these.

After the Historical Society, Matt really wanted to visit the Frank Lloyd Wright monument at Forest Lawn....the light was a bit intense but the architectural elements were very cool...

The Protocol looked beautiful, and the food was really good!







Sue is always smiling....and for good reason!

two very beautiful sisters!


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These are fantastic, you really captured the spirit of the day! I cant wait to see the rest.