Sneak Peek: Wedding Photos

Yesterday marked one month of marriage for Reina and I. I’m still trying to figure out where that time went. Hopefully it slows down, because I want to savor every moment. Fittingly, our photographer put up an extended sneak peek of our pictures on her blog. As promised, I’ve picked out a few of my favorites to show you here. If you want to see more, you’ll have to head over to Tonie’s website for the complete gallery of wedding photos.

 


 

Bride
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography
Bride and Groom
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography
Wedding Party
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography
Wedding Venue
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography
First Kiss
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography
First Dance
Photo: Tonie Christine Photography 

I have just a brief thing to say about the final picture.

I am not a dancer; rhythm escapes me, I’m awkward and clumsy, feet are constantly being stepped on or tripped over.  Overall, I’m about as confident of a dancer as I am of my usage of a semi-colon in the previous sentence.

None of that matters when I dance with Reina. She makes me forget about the fact I’m half a beat too quick with each step or that I never know what the next move is. There is only her and if I have that then nothing else matters.

We’re only 1 month in and in 20 years that won’t seem like much but right now it is everything. I love my wife and I hope we having a lifetime of dancing together.

Again, see the full gallery, as well as a bunch of other fantastic weddings, at Tonie Christine Photography. If you happen to be getting married in the Seattle area, there is no better photographer around. I cannot recommend her enough. Thanks for helping this day last forever, Tonie!

I promise this will be the last gushy wedding post for a while. After two years of planning and hard work to bring it all together, it’s a little hard to let it go.

Until next time,

Connor

 


Vendors
Photography: Tonie Christine Photography
Florals and Design: Juliet and Lou
Venue: AXIS Pioneer Square

 

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