I was very honored to be part of Stephen and Katy’s happy day. Stephen is my husband’s cousin and I was at first hesitant to shoot their wedding since I’d never done one before. But as they shared their vision for their special day, I decided that I’d be a good fit.
I’m so glad I accepted their request! Their wedding was held at the beautiful Shelby Farm by a stream on a summer’s evening. Every detail was beautifully thought-out and they were surrounded by loved ones who celebrated their joy through smiles and tears.
Katy and Stephen, congratulations and enjoy you wedding session preview!
Katy A. Eller
Danielle, I got butterflies when I saw these! We couldn’t be more pleased. Thank you for helping to make our wedding truly special.
You’re welcome, Katy!
What a joy to see! You’ve captured every moment and emotion with such beauty!Thanks, Danielle, for putting your heart into every picture and giving such a wonderful gift of memories we will cherish forever!
Love, Aunt Joyce
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D, These are fantastic! If these were my wedding photos, I’d be more than pleased! Well done, friend!
oh, Danielle, these are so fabulous! who would ever know it was your first wedding? I wish you’d taken *my* wedding pictures!
Beautiful Danielle! You really captured the time and space. I LOVE the one of the lights with dancing in the background.
Girl, you did GOOD!!! You asked for my critique – I’m giggling here. You rocked this one! If I had one suggestion, I might suggest not being afraid to crop out more distracting elements, but seriously, this is an AWESOME first wedding. You look like you’ve been doing it for a while!
Congratulations, to them, and to you – what a beautiful day!
Thank you Kelly! That means much, coming from you!
Well done Dani! Well done.
Nice job, Danielle. I really like the one of her dancing in an emotional embrace . Beautiful couple and beautiful work. I wouldn’t crop out anything here among this batch of shots because they will appreciate 20 years from now what might seem extraneous now. In other words, 20 years from now, the artistry of the shots won’t be as important as the close-up faces of loved ones. . Just my two cents’ worth. I’m speaking as an old married lady, not a young, hip photographer:)
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