November 22, 2009

Christine & Joseph @ St Andrews Catholic Church, Castle Green























Tags: Christine and Joseph's wedding in Pasadena, reception at Castle Green, design and coordination by Angel from Events of Love and Splendor

13 comments:

Cindee said...

love the images!!!!
Wow, handcuff? so cute!!

Anonymous said...

What a cute couple...I love the elegance of the grooms attire! Nice. :P

Ashley (almost) Pizzuti said...

Great work, nothing short of amazing!

Tim Hind said...

Great set of Wedding images.

Oakstream Photography said...

Living in Utah I don't get to shoot Catholic weddings :-) But I recently went to Texas & shot a Catholic wedding & WOW...those Catholic churches are absolutely AMAZING!!!!! WOW!

What a gorgeous wedding & love all the elegance of the reception...bride & groom are gorgeous!

Mariana said...

The pictures are fun nominal! personally love the reception shots and playfulness of the bride and groom.....must be the love thing! Great job Gregory!

photographer Birmingham said...

What a cute couple!! Great Photography.. Christine looking so beautiful..

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Splendid couple, splendid use of light, splendid shots!!

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