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Nubia and John’s Wedding

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Nubia and John were married June 19th at St. Stephen Catholic Church in Bentonville, AR.  The reception was held at the Embassy Suites in Rogers. It was a beautiful multi-cultural celebration that managed to merge the traditions of two countries into one event. I think I took more pictures at this wedding than I have at any wedding so far! The reception had so many things to take pictures of including a 10-piece mariachi band and lively dance floor. Needless to say it will take me a little time to get through all the images, but here are a few of my favorites thus far:

I think this image is beautiful for the subject, not because of any technical skill. The bride and groom are bound together with an ornamental lariat as they kneel in the church.

St. Stephen is such a pretty church - just look at those windows!

The new Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson outside the church.

This was at the end of the first dance.

This has to be the most clever bouquet toss I have ever seen. Nubia tossed what looked like a large bouquet, but in the air it broke in to many little bouquets. The reaction from the waiting girls was great!

Author: steelyjoe

I'm a recent PhD graduate at the University of South Florida in Tampa where my research focus was on developing accessible approaches to geology field work for students with disabilities, and Volcano Geophysics. I'm also a professional photographer (www.steeyjoestudio.com) and a board member of the Int. Association for Geoscience Diversity (theIAGD.org).

One thought on “Nubia and John’s Wedding

  1. Great Beautiful Pictures ! Great job ! And of course a beautiful couple . A friend of both John and Nubia, Luv U Guys.

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