Here are the rest of the pictures from Robyn and Kevin’s awesome wedding! I think I told her about 50 times, but I LOVE her dress. I love that it’s not white and I would totally wear it myself. If only I was tall enough to get away with flat shoes though :).
Robyn really loves sun flares. The the day we shot their engagements it was raining. No sun. Then the evening before the wedding when we did the pre-wedding pics, it was overcast. No sun. At the temple the sun was far too overhead to get good sun flare, so on the way back to Ramona for the reception we stopped at this field. And got several of these (not without about 87 prickly things attaching themselves to my legs and dress or ants crawling through her bouquet, but I think it was worth it).
I always love the dancing pictures :).
9 thoughts on “Robyn and Kevin’s Wedding!”
Love the pictures, love the tree with sun glare. Being from Ramona I especially appreciate that picture. I have always wanted to do a photo shoot out there in the oak trees during the evening.
I've run out of words to tell you how much I love all your pictures! These are so great Kelli–absolutely love them!
hehe, I want to get married again to the same person too….these are fabulous! I honestly can't even come close to picking a favorite, but I LOVE the field ones and the one where she is laying in his lap on that green green grass, and the pool one is awesome…and see, I can't pick a favorite
I love that your wedding photos aren't pre-fab stiff traditional shots. Even the ones that are posed have so much LIFE and spirit-of-the-moment-ness to them. I can always FEEL the joy and beauty of the day when I look at your wedding work. Can I get married again?? To the same person??
I think it's her tiara partly, but also the way you shot her – but I agree with the 3 year old: the bride looks like a princess!
Awesome pictures. Great job Kelli.
They are a breathtaking couple! I love them all, but the dancing shot gets to me like it did you! Awesome job on these!
like the pool shot. Nice wedding colors to the bride.
My 3 year old daughter was looking over my shoulder at the pictures. Every time we got to one with the bride in it she would get very excited and say "Look Mom, a PRINCESS!!"