Continuing yesterday’s post, Kasey & Robert’s wedding was in the gorgeous Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church in the Museum District of Houston, Texas. I have to say, I love old churches! The best part is the balcony for the choir, which gave us the perfect bird’s eye view of the ceremony! I’ve heard some photographers say that they don’t like it when the church coordinator informs us that we have to shoot from the balcony, but it is actually my favorite place to be because we have a great vantage point!

I photographed this wedding as the second photographer for my friend Kelly Niemann. These are more of my favorite photographs that I took throughout the day.

Before I headed up to the balcony, I photographed Kasey & her dad minutes before they walked down the aisle, along with the flower girls and their entrance into the church. The great shot of Robert when he first saw Kasey walking in was taken by Kelly, but it was so awesome I had to post it too! Even when couples do a First Look before the ceremony, the groom looks just as excited (and often less nervous) when he sees the bride walking down the aisle!

The balcony was the perfect spot for me to get a great photograph of the kiss! There were cheers of joy & love when Kasey & Robert were pronounced husband and wife!

Part 1 of the wedding day, the getting ready photographs, can be seen online here. Part 3, the reception photographs, will be posted soon! Thank you again to Kasey & Robert for letting me be a part of your wedding day! And thank you to Kelly for letting me work with you!

Ceremony Venue: Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Houston Texas
Reception Venue: River Oaks Garden Club

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