We were there from the very beginning. Before "D & C" was even conceptualized. During their incubation process, we saw the signs that something serious was coming along. As their good friends, we had the joy of watching their relationship blossom into something special. And to be able to be such an integral part of D & C day was a great honor.
Can I just say that their wedding was awesome! So many friends and family members pooled their resources to make this wedding come together. From the trifecta officiating (3 pastors - his good friend Andrew, bro-in-law Dennis, and father Alan), to the flowers, to the cupcakes, all the way down to the nitty gritty decorations. That's true love folks, all wrapped up in one fat party!
Cindy's 30 lbs. dress. It took about five girls to help put it on. Like Iron Man getting into his suit. Love this shot!
C & D spelling out their initials with their fingers. David actually does this pretty frequently, as you can tell by the precision of his form.
No animals or orcas were harmed for this shoot.
Love how Ingrid executed this shot!
Cindy's hands and Dave's face.
A cute moment after the ceremony.
Cindy's father's speech was out of this world. He led us in song and dance to the melody of "Do Re Mi" called "Happy Happy C and D". With hand motions. Twice! The Sound of Music will never be the same again.
I was very surprised when I looked up and saw this. I still don't know how he climbed up 15 feet with his strapless camera. -Ingrid
I guess it was worth risking my life for.
The girls stealing Cindy back from Dave. Dave having none of it.