Kristen calmly sat on the bed and wrote her vows and then had a balloon fight with her bridesmaids. It was easy to see why Milano had fallen in love with girl who had thrown him a curve ball…leaving him to go to college in another state, only a month after their relationship had started. She was beautiful, kind and playful.
Milano waited to see his bride, his hands clenching and unclenching. Kirsten walked towards him and tapped him on the shoulder. He turned and emotion took over him. He kept telling her she was beautiful. Once again during his vows, emotions made tears run down his face. Lucky the bride that sees tears of joy on the face of the man she’s marrying. That is love.
Milano’s admiration for his playful bride would continue at their baseball themed reception. Kristen started rapping to Eminem, while her friends cheered her on. Milano was cracking up laughing. I told him, “You know, you just married HER!” He answered, “Yes! Isn’t she awesome and gorgeous! I love her and she’s all mine!”
Venue: Trilogy- Glen Ivy Golf Club
Hair and Make up:
Florist: Floral Sensations
Photography: A Story in Time Photography
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Lorraine StubblefieldThe pictures came out great! It’s like reliving the day all over. You captured their love for each other beautifully.
JacobBeautiful! Love the emotions you capture.
Kong waiGreat set. Love the way you tell the story
rahulas always….stellar work! gorgeous.
MattGreat work, I’m sure they love them.
Don Barringtonthat emotion. i love it so much. great job.
Jessica SchillingSuch a sweet, beautiful wedding! I love the portraits at the waterfall!
Heather KanillopoolosAwwwww, I love those portraits of the bride and groom! Lovely work!
Masia AldamarGreat emotion pictures, love the colors and the timing!
Amber HughesLove the bw portraits of the bride at the beginning – beautiful light!
JoeLove the baseball theme and that ring bearer…so cute!
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