12.17.2009

Kaalan + Lance

Well here it is, folks - my last wedding of 2009. It's been a long and busy year!
Kaalan and Lance were married in November, right before it got wicked cold - they couldn't have asked for a nicer temperature in November in Missouri! I met with Kaalan and the bridesmaids at their hotel in Fulton, MO:



I'm in love with the ring shot :) [and the ring for that matter - that's one big rock!]






The ceremony took place at the Churchill Memorial Museum, specifically at the Church of St. Mary of Aldermanbury - a fantastic place to get married! So chockablok full of history. If you happen to be in mid-Missouri, swing by there! I'd had the pleasure of photographing here before, so I was really excited when Kaalan booked me :)


see? it's gorgeous :)



I love this shot - it's so cinematic











very apropos, since the 20th anniversary of the falling of the wall was recent :)


I love this church! Beauty everywhere!


the fabric on the stems was part of Kaalan's mom's dress - I love passed down details, as you well know if you read this blog :)

this little pedal car was what one of the ring bearers drove down the aisle [Lance is a Columbia, MO police officer]

such a cute flower girl!



great shot, Ryan!







my first ever sparkler exit - love it!

FAVORITE! yes. I had to shout it.




On to the reception! It was held at the Tiger Hotel, downtown Columbia. I had always wondered what it looked like on the inside. . .

is it me, or does this remind anyone of 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?'




another great shot from Ryan :)

The End!


4 comments:

Gladstone said...

Amazing work, as always. I was there and it is still fascinating to see what you came away with.

Thanks for the shout-out, too.

Cheri said...

love it! if you come to j-town over the holiday, i'd love to see you! i know it's hard fitting it all in when you have so many folks to see! merry Christmas!

mxq said...

unbelievable! you really got some incredible shots and it's looked like a beautiful wedding.

-Pamela

klemmeb said...

Megan, you are AMAZING! We loved the pictures! You are truly a gifted artist! Thank you for everything~