Friday, June 29, 2012

Married - Kim and Dan

It was the discussion about a trip to Africa that caught her attention. When Kim attended a party hosted by her fencing instructor (wait - did you say fencing? Yes I did – how cool is that?), she heard someone sharing about his experience serving at an orphanage in Tanzania. She decided right then that she wanted to get to know this guy better.
Both college students at Indiana University in Bloomington , Kim and Dan soon discovered they had other interests in common. They both love to read and during the first couple years of dating, they typically would end the evening with a visit to a bookstore. Many of their dates included coffee shops, pizza at Mother Bears, or movies at the Buskirk-Chumley theatre on the IU campus.
Since Kim and Dan met and fell in love at IU, they couldn’t imagine getting married anywhere else. Their wedding day dawned beautiful and sunny, and the Memorial Union Building began buzzing with wedding activity. 

As Kim was on one floor getting ready...

Dan was trying on the cuff-links that were a gift from his bride.

Love this look of adoration from both moms…

Many thanks to my 2nd shooter, Tom Hall, for capturing this shot. This look says it all, doesn’t it?
Some of us thought Dan was joking when he said he could only pare his speech down to 4 pages. He wasn’t. He just had that many wonderful things to say about Kim.

  And then the party started!

 I don't think we want to know what Dan's buddies were rapping about here, because it had him a little shook up.

 A sparkler farewell and they're off on their honeymoon!

Kim and Dan, it was truly an honor to be chosen to document this very special day.  It was great fun and you guys are so perfect for each other.  May God bless you with many years of happiness together!


Connie Mobley said...

Love the pictures Susan, Kim you are stunning.

Anonymous said...

So beautiful. You captured everything so well. Susan is was great seeing you.

milsztof said...

Lovely shots.

Alex said...

You did a great job capturing these images. And I'm loving the bride's dress!