Kaycee + Steven: mea culpa!

So I feel aweful about this blog post.

You see, Kaycee is one of my absolutely sweetest, favorite brides.  She follows my blog, makes encouraging comments on my facebook page, she’s low maintenance, drop dead georgeous and hired me to photograph her absolutely spectacular wedding.  Basically it’s brides like Kaycee that make my job the greatest in the world.

So I repay her by making her wait more than 3 weeks before I give her a glimpse of her wedding with a blog post.

Ugh!

And a beautiful wedding it was!  St. Vincent De Paul is a lovely church for photos and I can’t say enough about Indian Creek Golf Course for a reception site.  Even though I’m late getting this blog out, I’m glad to report I’m a little early getting the photos done.  Kaycee and Steven, I can’t wait to see you tomorrow and show off your wedding photos!

Indian Creek Golf Course, Elkhorn, Neb.
Indian Creek Golf Course, Elkhorn, Neb.

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St. Vincent De Paul church, Omaha, Neb.
St. Vincent De Paul church, Omaha, Neb.

Thanks for reading!

-Lane

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2 thoughts on “Kaycee + Steven: mea culpa!”

  1. I am impressed, and I’m not just saying that.. these are some of the most inventive and artistic wedding photos I have ever seen.

    I have a special fondness for the St. Johns photos (my wife and I were married there 30 years ago).

    My original intention was to simply introduce myself, but was caught up in your work. kudos

    back to my introduction. just letting people in the wedding business know I have started a wedding car service featuring a Vintage Rolls Royce Silver Cloud.. a fresh coat of silver and white paint is just about to be finished (current ETA is March 17th).

    If interested, I could drop by your office, so you may see it first hand, just in case you ever have a client looking for a vintage wedding car to chauffeur them on their special day.

    again thank you for the similes and warm feelings, as I looked at your work.

    Bob Andrews

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