Valerie & Steve were such an adorable couple to work with this past Saturday. There was certainly no mistaking the fact that these two are madly in love. They met originally on e-harmony and were engaged exactly a year later, on August 2nd. 😉 So, all of their relationship milestones pretty much happened on the same weekend!! When I first met Valerie & Steve, I don’t really remember how it came up, but it was discovered that both Valerie & I graduated from St. Ben’s. I think we both knew at that point that we were going to work great together, and we weren’t wrong! Sorry it took longer than usual for me to post these guys, but here they are. 🙂
They were married at Our Lady of Presentation Chapel, which is located right next to St. Kate’s. It’s where the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are, and they don’t usually allow weddings. However, since Valerie has been working and volunteering with the sisters for a while there, they allowed her to have her ceremony there. I’m sure glad, because the place was gorgeous!
Steve had a countdown on his iPhone to the wedding. 🙂
The kids were really excited about the punch fountain 😉
I thought this was funny. They held up the numbers after a kiss!
Lois Berns says
These are absolutely awesome. Beautiful artistry and a great couple. I know what the rings are on!
How exciting to relive the day! Thanks so much!
Barbara Lundgren says
I unfortunately had to miss the wedding, but these photographs were the next best thing. They really captured the moment!
Cathy, Robin & Irina says
These are the prettiest wedding pictures I have ever seen in my life! – Irina
It was a relaxing and joyful wedding. It was beautiful. I loved the music. -Robin
The pictures really do capture the love that Valerie and Steve share. It was a wonderful celebration! The music was beautiful. – Cathy
Susan / Marty Austin says
The pictures are very nice. I (Sue) love the pictures with Valerie’s veil blowing in the breeze.
Kristen Wesloh says
Beautiful photographs! Congratulations Valerie and Steve! Sorry I couldn’t make it to the festivities, but that means I get to guess on the ring photo. I think they’re sitting on flowers – maybe the little green mum-like flowers at the edge of the cake?
I know which ones I like. Love black and white. Wonderful pictures…Where is the chicken dance?????