My favorite weddings are the small, quaint weddings. Felicia and Steve had just that kind of wedding. They invited family and close friends and were married in Bnai Amoona’s chapel (and Chinese food for the reception, yum!). I have only been in the chapel a few times, but I love the light in there as much as I love the light in the Sanctuary.
I’m so happy they chose me to be a part of their big day!
Mazel Tov, F & S!
I’ll share a few of my favs….Ok more than a few!
I got to photograph a sweet couple for Carolyn Burke, with Elope in St. Louis. Wanda and Jan came all the way from Tennessee to be married after spending 20+ years together as a committed couple. We all met at City Hall in the Rotunda. They said their vows, played a song, and cried with joy. Thank you to the city of STL for allowing all people to be married with the dignity they deserve. Congratulations to Wanda and Jan, here’s to many more years or happiness!
It had been raining for a week, and cold too so when it was sunny and fairly warm for Natasha and Brad’s wedding day, everyone was happy! They picked the Hawken House in Kirkwood to say their I do’s. Natasha and her mom did all the decorations and the place looked amazing. As did the bride and her groom!
I love the small intimate weddings. Enjoy some of my favorite pics from their wedding. Do you need a wedding photographer? Contact me, let’s chat.
What a great year Kristi Foster Photography, Inc has had! New clients, new website and even a new blog.
Thank you to all my supportive clients and friends!
What’s in store for 2014? I am hoping to get this blogging stuff down and get more out there. I also plan to take a few continuing education classes, just to keep sharp (see what I did there?) on my photography skills. I will be working on expanding weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs into North Carolina and I’m hoping to schedule some of those near or on the beach! I might even be able to get a photo workshop trip in too….I’m thinking Tuscany, at least that is my hope anyway.
Whew, that’s an ambitious 2014, but I’m ready and excited!
Enjoy a few of my favorite images from 2013….
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OK, everyone has been asking about my older couple’s wedding. I was asked by a friend to photograph a small intimate wedding at a home in Town and Country. Of course I said yes.
The back story I was given is as follows: Bev went to work for Charles right out of school; she was his assistant. Not long after she started he said to her, “you know, you’re a smart cookie, you should go back to school”. And she did. She went from his assistant to a lawyer and they worked together side by side for many years. Then they opened up their own law firm and became partners. All the while Bev became great friends to Charles and his wife. They even lived next door to one another. They really were all best friends. Then several years ago Charles’ wife got ill and so both Bev and Charles rallied together to care for her. She died 2 years ago and Bev and Charles remained best friends. So what do best friends do? They get married and live happily ever after. THE END!
All you have to do is look at their smiles to know… there is love!