From top left: (1) Oh my word can this little gal sing! During the reception she sang around 5-7 songs along-side the karaoke machine but she was doing all the work, not that machine. Future star in the making right there! (2) The bride Danielle and her mom Deborah. A touching moment at any wedding is always the mother of the bride helping her “little girl” into her “big girl” dress and that was definitely true in this case since the bride was saying “I do” for two. (3) A bridesmaid got caught making a funny face but I had to share it because it is just too cute! (4) A couple dancing at the reception. (5) The cake was very pretty on its own but I had to have at least one copy of the image with my special cake filter (aka my super secret recipe of multiple layers of different toners) on it. (6) Ahh, the girls. These gals were game for a little bit of silly foolishness for the last formal shot and I just loved this image in a tinted black and white.
Published by Rita Bellinger
I'm not your typical thirty-something year old. I am a full time photographer/journalist and divide my time between the NYC/Atlanta offices of the magazine that gave me my start in this business, and the boutique photography studio I own in my home state of Tennessee. I embrace my inner bibliophile by dabbling in books as a freelance literary editor for a publishing house. When I'm not at one job or the other, I like to volunteer with local charities and hopefully starting this year, I'll also be spending a few weeks traveling abroad with an NGO. Other things of note about me: I've been an Army widow for 10 years. I have OCD and ADD to go w/ the Eidetic memory, Irish temper and southern drawl. I'm an self-admitted adrenaline junkie with a perpetual case of wanderlust and a few tattoos. White chocolate is my weakness. Shoes are my obsession. Traveling is my passion.