The Big Leagues… Kristin and Andrew

I am all for cool locations… and I’ve seen quite a few, but I have to give some major props to Kristin and Andrew for their very unique wedding venue. Becca and I shot this wedding at Huntington Field down in Columbus. I hadn’t been in the new stadium since the Clippers moved there a few years ago.

It was a well themed wedding. Kristin went to BGSU and graduated from the same VCT program as I, and consequently her graphic design rocks! She designed everything from their monogram that adorned the cake, to the invitations, to the “tickets” for their special day. She even had thunder sticks for all of the “fans” to clap once they exchanged their vows. So cool!

Of course, it wouldn’t be Ohio unless there was a threat of rain, so, as luck would have it, it rained during the ceremony. I have to give it to the entire bridal party for toughing it out in the rain. I distinctly remember hearing someone say “play ball” as the rain clouds approached… 🙂

Although, they say it’s good luck for it to rain on your wedding day right? All in all, it was a great experience shooting with such a fun group of people in an amazing venue.

Enjoy the photos, and congrats to Kristin and Andrew!

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  1. Kristin
    Kristin says:

    Steve, you did an AMAZING job, as expected from a fellow Falcon 😉 Thank you so much for not letting some unfortunate weather hinder your ability to do great photography! You allowed the photography to be a stress-free part of the wedding planning process as you had me assured upon first meeting you that we were in good hands. All of our friends and family were so comfortable with you and it really showed in the photos. You successfully captured the candid moments I had hoped you’d get and we’ll treasure these for the rest of our lives! I highly recommend you to anyone wanting to have great memories of a special day.

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