If you have never tried Creative Cuisine, you need to hurry up and host an event just so you can have them cater. I'm getting hungry just looking at these photos. I've known Christina for a few years now and this is not the first time I've photographed her work. She wanted images of this particular event for an upcoming advertising opportunity. I'm just happy I got to sample the food after staring at it so closely through my lens.
My second photographer sent me a text that read, "I took over 400 photos in the first 20 minutes." I thought, "That's how you know you're photographing a Greek wedding." There is so much action and so much happening all at once that you don't even know where to point the camera first. I got super excited when I saw the Gyro Truck at the church (I mean, we're definitely going to do a photo there.) and we managed to get the last little bit of fall foliage under a gorgeous yellow tree at Antrim 1844. Once the dancing started at the reception, it never stopped. At the end of my coverage, I left Kim and Andrew cheering their family on the dance floor to the sound of Greek music.