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.