You gotta have a good wingman on the most important day of your life. And Brian certainly had a bunch of good blokes (kiwi for ‘guys’) at his side the day he wed Miss Jen.
Patricia and I haven’t laughed as hard or as long at a wedding as we did at the wedding of Jen and Brian (and also afterward when scrolling through the images). These blokes kept the whole company in stitches throughout the night. And from the stories they shared it was obvious they have been through thick and thin together with their friend, the groom.
Meet Brian, the groom. His friends described him as determined and a winner. He certainly won an awesome prize in Jen.
The day -
A rousing game of hangman in the coolest bachelor/grooms room.
Grandpa helping the bestboy get ready
The groomsmen (formals…can you really call this much hilarity formals?)
Awaiting his lady – with his groomsmen. I love the smiles on the groomsmens face too, just as happy for their friend as he is for himself. The Pastor was also a dear friend.
and lets not forget about the gorgeous girls. There was a fair amount of laughter happening over in the bride’s parlor also! I love the naturalness of friends being together. It’s one of the things I love MOST about photographing a wedding.
Meet Jen, the bride. A school teacher and mother of 2 gorgeous kids. From the first time I talked to her on the phone.. I knew we were a good fit for each other. She’s as crazy as I am although much more fun!
And these are her girls. her wingmen… the wind beneath her wings.
but I have to say, it was the reception when the guys really held the show.
And the result was a room howling with laughter over and over again.
And the grooms reaction to his friends? well I think this image sums it up perfectly! Well done guys.. you were a lot of fun.
Check back for the “WEDDING” post in a couple of days.