I truly can’t believe that my brother is old enough to be married. It’s difficult to know where to begin to talk about Blake. He has always been very special to us — as well as to Bamber Photography (he edits most of the images that we take!). We all had very high expectations about the girl that he would marry, but when he brought Elizabeth home to ‘meet the family,’ we all knew. So it was neither a stretch nor a surprise when they got engaged, and we’ve been happy to be alongside them throughout the process of planning their wedding. Their engagement pictures are a must-see in order to get a feel for their fun and whimsical personalities.
From Elizabeth’s warm and wonderful family and friends coming from Oklahoma, to an outpouring of help from Blake’s ‘peeps’ from Dayton, everybody pitched in to decorate, help organize, and hang out. Thanks to everyone’s help, and a lot of prayers, the event was quite a success! Below are just a few images that I took throughout the day. John and I were so excited to be guests and not the ‘real’ photographers for their wedding day, but I couldn’t resist taking a few images. For their ‘real’ images, you can check out Motion Picture Co‘s blog. Make sure to register here to see all of the images when they are available.
There are almost 180 great images now viewable on their SLIDESHOW!
To Blake and Elizabeth, John and I think back to 8 years ago when we got married, and the world was in front of us. We are so honored and excited to watch as you begin your journey together.
Catering – Alshabibi Catering
Florist – Winfield Couture
Hair/Makeup – Winfield Couture
Photography/Videography – Motion Picture Co
DJ/ceremony sound – Soundforce