Krista & Sam – 6/28/08

Krista & Sam arrived at Zion Evangelical United Church of Christ with their wedding party in a Hummer limo clearly warmed up from their time with photographer Joanna Baughn of Randall’s Photography at the Canal and ready to enjoy their big day. After a scary moment early in the processional that is more amusing now in hindsight (and from what I hear is destined for YouTube immortality), the rest of the ceremony went perfectly, judging by Krista’s radiant smile throughout the nuptials.

The reception at the Omni Severin Hotel (who, along with former clients Jill & Steve Biddle, referred the couple to us) was classy from the start, featuring the jazzy sax & vocals of multi-talented DJ Steven Elston early in the evening and gorgeous decor by Royal Creations. The many highlights that followed included a great sight gag by the father of the bride during his welcome, a funny Soulja Boy dance by the couple, and a surprise “Boogie Shoes” serenade by Sam and his backup “dancers” before removing Krista’s garter.

UPDATE: Just got this short but sweet note from Krista: “I love it!! I can’t wait to see the rest! Thanks again!!” Thank YOU, Krista!

Photo by Randall’s Photography

Trere are 2 comments on this post

  1. Anonymous July 16, 2008, 11:57 am

    What can I say ~ Bob!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Another FABULOUS video!!!!!
    What a very special couple they are ~ we had so much fun planning their floral designs ~ what a joy they were to work with!!!!!
    Awesome Job!
    God’s Blessings!
    Royal Creations

  2. Cathy Gerlach July 16, 2008, 11:21 pm

    I just can’t help myself; I have to post a comment. I loved working on editing this wedding. Even though I was not personally there you could just tell that Sam & Krista are sincere people. I even got a little teary eyed during Sam’s Thank You Speech and Prayer and then moments later I was laughing hysterically at his “customized” garter toss. Krista’s father was equally humorous with his Welcome Toast. Lot’s of fun working on this one.

    Cathy, IndyVisual Assistant Editor

Leave a comment to this post Required fields are marked *