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Leslie and Drew’s Wedding

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First off, I feel really bad about how long it has taken me to get some previews on the blog. Typically I have some “teaser” images up a few days after the wedding! So without further delay, on with the post. Leslie and Drew were married at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Rogers, Arkansas on October 16th. It was a lovely ceremony and Leslie and her bridesmaids looked gorgeous (it’s nice when you are a hair stylist with talented friends). The reception was held at the Rogers Elk’s Lodge and was a combination Reception / Razorback watch party with a dance floor, banquet tables and a live band on one end of the room and big TV’s and a cash bar on the other end for watching the game. Guest migrated from one side to the other throughout the party which made for a lively atmosphere. Here are some of my favorite images so far:


This is on the window ledge of one of the stained glass windows at the church.

The ceremony.

Ha ha - Sometimes its hard being a little brother!

The new Mr. and Mrs. Mayer

A beautiful fall bouquet.

The first dance.

This image has all the elements I want in a bouquet-toss picture: smiling bride, bouquet in the air, and eager girls waiting to make the catch!

The bubble send-off.



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 “Leslie and Drew’s Wedding

  1. The bubble send off is a fantastic idea!

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