Posts Tagged ‘youngstown’

 

Kristin and Fredy also met me for their engagement session over the 4th.  Though I’ve shot in the gardens many times, we did manage to find a spot I’ve never shot in before.  🙂

Found this hidden spot while wandering around.

Looking forward to their wedding next Spring and possibly another e-session in Georgetown (fingers crossed)!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

©MMGPhotography | Michelle Galazia

Let me first start out by saying – Holy Gorgeous – Kristyn’s dress was a-maz-ing and she looked a-maz-ing in it!  The detail in this gown had some serious wow factor.  And let me go on to say that I love working with these two.  They make me feel like we’ve been friends for a very long time.  Both David and I had so much fun capturing their day and just hanging out with everyone.  Take a look for yourself and see how incredibly sweet they are together.  🙂

Congratulations, Kristyn + Andy – so glad you guys chose us to capture your day.  Not only was it an honor, but it was a blast!  Can’t wait for Meghan’s wedding!

As always, there’s more to see in the video.  Just click play!

http://animoto.com/play/jL3P1zaACuTH0ThKPJd6EA

Ceremony | St. Lawrence

Reception | The Links

Dress | Bridal Beginning

Cake | Randy Johnson – pastry chef for Springfield Grille

Flowers | David Jones

Entertainment | DJ Jeff Dunn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright: Michelle Galazia | 2011

It’s no secret.  I’m a dog person.  At one point in our life together, my husband and I had 8 (no, that’s not a typo).  All were rescued from the streets or otherwise.  All of them lived very long lives and were spoiled to the end (3 of those original 8 are still here and aging well).  So I love when a couple says they’d like to bring their dog along for the engagement session.  For one (the obvious) – I love dogs.  They’re cute, loyal and fun…but the other reason is that also means that they’re dog people, too.  We dog people stick together and just like our pets, we are also cute, loyal and fun (lol).  🙂

I met with Danielle, Jason and their adorable dog, Hannah, at The Butler Museum.  Thinking for sure we would have to compromise with the weather, we amazingly avoided the rain and were able to wonder around YSU Campus for some awesome images sans umbrellas.  I had a great time with these two (and getting to watch Hannah do her cool tricks).  I’m very excited that their wedding is coming up soon (in July) and can’t wait to be a part of it!

Hannah was super well-behaved and came fully ready with her eyeliner applied - a real pro. 🙂 Isn't she gorgeous?

All smiles!

She was so happy after receiving some kisses.

Definitely one of my favorites from the day.

Love how cute they are together. 🙂

Love this one, too! Campus was all full of blossoms.

 

I remember meeting with Erin last summer and talking about her and Paul’s wedding – since it was going to be in March, she hoped it would either be lots of snow or sunny and clear.  It ended up being a gorgeous sunny day for them.  Every time I looked through the lens at Erin, she had this beautiful smile on her face that would’ve lit up the day had it not been bright already (they both did!).  Thanks for allowing us to capture your day, Erin & Paul!  We had an awesome time.

This was made from a piece of Erin's mom's wedding dress.

 

 

Both Erin & Paul are proud Ohio State grads. 🙂

David took this fabulous shot.

 

These are just a few of the highlights.  See lots more in the video!

Ceremony | Holy Family

Reception | Davis Center

Gown | Jacqueline’s Bridal

Cake | Clarancedale

Entertainment | Night Rhythm Entertainment

 

The Arms Museum is where Brian proposed and proved to be a very romantic setting for their session.

One of my favorites from the day.

A friendly game of Trivial Pursuit...where I was warned that Brian always wins. 🙂

But today, they both win. 🙂