so i don’t believe i’ve ever posted a full blog of a wedding i’ve done, or maybe i have.. i don’t completely remember but this wedding was a must post.
i had so much fun at this wedding, i actually couldn’t believe it was over when everything wrapped up. when your pictures start with all of the crazy activity that bourbon street has to offer how could time not fly by. as i edited these pictures i fell in love with the images where leah is so adoringly looking at her groom. she seeps love with her gaze – that sounded so cheesy it’s almost lame to leave in my blog but i can’t delete it, because it’s so true. you can literally see her stare that she is in love the kind that belongs with “leah and fischer sittin’ in a tree k-i-s-s-i-n-g” should be following them around. and as far as matt (fischer) goes, he really, really enjoys his bride. she’s pretty much the only one that can make him really smile for real. matt doesn’t really like to smile for the camera even when i ask with a cherry on top you can just see it in his eyes that he’s thinking, “come on, another smile?!” but when leah turns her attention to him and whispers whatever it is that she’s whispering, he smiles.. a genuine, captivating smile that you know he means. these two have fun. they’re friends. they’re marrying their best friends and it’s so apparent. so basically, i really loved photographing their day.. not to mention it was in
NOLA – which means lots of laughter, shouting, singing, jazz bands, a parade down bourbon- 2nd line, lots of colors, people, partying, drinking and more drinking, which led to a lot of shirtless men at some point during the reception, oh and a leah AND matt being lifted up in chairs, no they’re not jewish. what a fun time! can’t wait to see who out does these two in terms of fun.