Meggie Velasco Photography

Sam and Lea
November 11, 2008, 2:03 am
Filed under: Weddings

I’m currently having word difficulties, so this is post is short on words.


I was hired at the last minute for Sam and Lea’s wedding at the beginning of October.  I’m glad they called me too.  It was my first go at shooting a Jewish wedding.  I had so much fun with everyone!







Lea and Sam decided to see each other before for pictures.  So they had the Trolley pick them up at the hotel and drive us around downtown to do pictures.


We started over at the Tennessee Theater…


Had a bottle of champagne along the way…


and ended up in the Old City.








:o(  sad usher man  :o(










They got married after sun down which made it a little rough on taking pictures without a flash….but made for some killer B&Ws


They met on a hike in Austria, so they had a little mountain on their cake topper.  It was WAY cute!




This was one of the parts that I was most looking forward to!  


And then there was my Blake.  He was a groomsmen and actually passed out during the ceremony.  His fiance Mimi is the girl on the far right who was also a bridesmaid.  She held it together really well.  It’s a good thing that everything was fine because we were all able to laugh about it shortly after.  


This is my version of Picasso’s “The Old Guitarist”.



5 Comments so far
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I love them and I love you! Thank you so much Meggie!! I can’t wait to see the rest. =)

Comment by Lea Morgenroth

Love the pics. Can’t wait to see the others. That was a great weekend . . .

Comment by Paula

those are great pics! did you intend to form a shadow heart in the picture of sam and lea walking away and holding hands? nice axe sam…were there two new additions to the family?

Comment by steve

Was proud to be there. Meggie you captured it so well !! Great couple with a great future!

Comment by Bill Rust

Maggie, you did such a wonderful job capturing the wedding day and all the special moments with such a creative touch!! Thank you very much.

Comment by Susan Heitner

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