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Friday, November 24, 2006 Wedding Photos! I've been long delinquent in posting photos from the two 2006 ECM weddings I officiated -- Michelle & Adam's (June in Detroit)and Ryan & Amanda's (October in Natchez, MS).
Instead of putting them all on the blog, I've posted them to my Flickr account so you can look at them all there.
But here's one from each just to get you started. The first is Michelle Davis and her maid of honor, Stephanie Rhodes (also an ECM alum and two-year roommate of Michelle). This was taken just a few minutes before the ceremony. The wedding was at a beautiful country club on an island near Detroit. It was an outdoor wedding that combined elements of Adam's Jewish tradition and Michelle's Episcopal tradition (the second time I've done a Jewish-Christian wedding ... though the first I was on firmer footing as I had a rabbi with me!).
Ryan and Amanda were also at the wedding. And speaking of Ryan and Amanda, here they are! Their wedding was at Trinity Episcopal Church in Natchez, MS. It was a gorgeous day -- about 75 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Couldn't have been more perfect! The wedding was late afternoon, but they took pictures before -- including ones like this one taken just a block or so away from the church. Oh, and Michelle and Adam came out from San Francisco for this one, too.
| Mike at 11/24/2006 12:07:00 PM
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