Post # 1
Just wanted to share the blog post of our e-pics, it’s titled “Cello & Love”:
*Note: Our photographers do a blog post of nearly every photo session they do.
I’m pretty happy with how they turned out, self-deprecating comments aside! haha.
(I probably could’ve chosen a better outfit to hide my stomach…. But oh well XP )
What do you think?
Post # 3
Here’s a picture. Just figured out I could post one–thought it’d be too big. ^^;
Post # 4
Very pretty! You both look great and I don’t think your stomach shows at all! 🙂 I’m going to have my e-pics taken in the desert of Southern Utah! I love the red rock.
Post # 5
Great picture! You are an adorable couple!
Post # 6
Excellent photos! I just responded to your veil post and noticed your name. The red rocks of Utah are one of my favorite places on earth. We’re getting married in Vegas in 2 weeks and taking everyone to Red Rocks the next day then spending our honeymoon climbing there. It’s nice to see a kindred spirit (if only I could play the cello)!
All the best to you on your wedding planning adventure! I’m a little sad to see mine wind down. Welcome to the Weddingbee, too.
Post # 7
Very cute pictures! You two look very happy together :-).
Post # 8
@redrocksgirl: Thanks! Yeah, there’s not too much actual red rock in our pictures, sadly, because those areas were too crowded. Southern Utah? I’m guessing probably St George area? It’s pretty there! Good luck!
@MrsSaltWaterTaffy: Aww.. thanks!
@Melini: Thanks! Oh, you’re talking about redrocksgirl, I see. I was confused there a second. haha. That’s neat how you’re taking people to red rock after the wedding!
@Corykru: Thanks 🙂
Post # 9
@Melini: these engagement pics aren’t mine…I was just responding to her pics. But, I am having my engagement pics taken down in Moab in a few weeks, where we mountain bike all the time! Yeah, for climbing in Red Rock. Sounds like my kind of honeymoon too! It is nice to “meet” a kindred spirit 🙂
Post # 10
Sorry, Manda. I got confused between the two threads. My point is the same…Yay, Red Rocks!
Post # 12
@redrocksgirl: Yay, Moab too! My favorite place to go climb is Indian Creek (on the road into Canyonlands Needles area south of Moab). The 16 hr. drive is tough, but totally worth it. I actually looked into getting married in Moab too, but the Utah rules weren’t as easy as Vegas, and it was much harder in terms of transport and entertainment for our guests.