10 on 10 - the February edition!

If there is one thing that I have to say is my #1 most favorite thing about shooting weddings…it is definitely the moments.  There is pretty much no other type of session that is filled with so much emotion, so much uncertainty and, subsequently, so many moments.  And when I can capture one of those moments it absolutely makes my day. I am participating in a monthly project with a group of AMAZING photographers.  Every month, on the 10th, we write a blog post that includes 10 images.  At the end of the post, you will find a link to another photographer who is participating in the project.  You can then read their post and follow their link at the end of their post!

This month I decided to post 10 of my favorite wedding moments.  And while I thought this would be an easy blog post because it is one I have been wanting to do for a long time, it was actually VERY hard!!!!!!  There are SO many great moments at so many weddings!  And then there is just the logistics of finding images from all my weddings.  After the thousands and thousands of photos I have taken, which are stored in about 5 different external hard drives…the hunt for some of these moments ended up being harder than I had hoped.   And it doesn't help that I started working on this project about 2 hours before it was due…but that is par for the course in my world.

So these are SOME of my favorite moments from the weddings I could easily access!

First, more than anything, weddings are filled with emotional moments:

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And there are the sweet, happy - I love you so much! -  moments:


And there are the "I can't believe my little girl is all grown up" moments:


Of course there are always great "it is cake cutting time" moments!


We also sometimes get the "I don't want to put on my shoes" moments:


And I get a HUGE kick out of the "it is time to P-A-R-T-Y" moments!



I definitely have way more than 10 moments that I would love to share.  So maybe I will make this a 2 (or 3!) part series!!

Now please continue through our circle of photographers by stopping by to visit Kentucky Landscape Photographer, Carri Peterson!