Happy, happy wedding to our wonderful and decidedly un-boring friends, Meaghan and Matt.
Rawr! It’s nice, having known folks for so long, to ask ’em to do silly things, and silly things are done without a second thought.
Prior to fulfilling their duties, Meaghan and Matt’s rings hung out with the sunny dahlia on the signing table.
By their own admission, neither Meaghan or Matt are, how you say, incendiary on the dancefloor, so when it came time for the first dance after they were married, there was much awkwardness to be had. =)
Thankfully, they relaxed after a couple minutes, and shared a smooshie kiss before Matt dipped her.
Their song? “Kiss The Girl” from The Little Mermaid, of course.
Weddings and bubble machines go very well together.
Rent a little device from the party shop, hide it in a corner or on a table, fill it with bubble solution, and a little metal roller rolls into the solution, then behind a fan, and a constant stream of cute little bubbles gently wafts among the crowd.
Not for these two. =)
Meaghan got herself bubble machine with a trigger. Naturally.
While they’re actually little glass pebbles, their colour and tone made for quite the icy landscape.
Mickey & Minnie mouse overlooked the scene of the wedding as things calmed.
For as long as I’ve known these two, they’ve settled arguments by hurtling invisible fireballs at one another.
Yes, HADOUKEN! (also known as FIREBALL!) is a powerful and impressive attack from the Street Fighter video games which projects a fireball-like shockwave at your opponent.
It only made sense to capture it in their wedding photographs.
It had been a long day to this point but, stepping through the high-voltage, nigh-impenetrable, pro-security, razor wire-topped fence onto the old weathered dock felt like stepping into a whole new world.
The sound of the festivities on the deck above seemed to quiet as the gentle lapping of the finally-incoming tide took over.
That was my impression, anyways. It was a nice moment. Nicer still that it allowed itself to be captured so well.