I don’t sing at weddings for the same reason I don’t dance much at weddings. It’s because I hope that the couple will refer me to others they know and love:) I am careful not to offend people with my huge lack in vocal and dancing skills, however I totally sang at Kim and Chad’s ceremony on Saturday. Thankfully so was the rest of the congregation, but I was so happy to join in, because in one of the coolest traditions I have photographed, everyone in attendance sings “God Grant You Many, Many Years” right before the newlywed couple walks down the aisle. When you meet a couple like Kim and Chad you quickly see how their “many, many years” will be spent surrounded by good friends, loving family, quality time outdoors, and with a healthy dose of literature. This special day started at St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox Church and then a sweaty but fun stop at ConAgra Park and onto the Paxton Ballroom we went. One of the highlights of the evening was sneaky up to rooftop with Kim and Chad for the awesome downtown view and some continual harassing with my camera. I don’t know if those 2 ever got a moment alone all day because they were sure surrounded by people helping them celebrate. Plus they can be alone as much as they want for many, many happy years:) Enjoy the preview!