Detroit Yacht Club Wedding - Lindsey & Ryan

This Saturday in June started off a with a little threat of rain but ended up being a beautiful day. I met Lindsey in their suite at the Omni on the detroit river. Which has amazing window light btw. I highly highly recommend this one room in particular. Call me if you want details. While Lindsey was in the powder room it actually started to sprinkle and the bridesmaids quickly pulled the shades. After a quick sprinkle and Lindsey was in her dress Ryan met her at the bottom of the spiraling staircase. After some misty eyes we promptly took some pictures and then headed off to the Detroit Yacht Club. By then it was sunny which was perfect for the ceremony. Everything went off without a hitch through the Reception and we got a great late night long exposure shot in front of the chuppha. Great times with a great fellow dearborn couple. Enjoy the pictures! The Cake: Iversons Dessert: The Cupcake Station Flowers: Bruce - Breath of Spring West Bloomfield Dress: Elizabeth's of Northville Ceremony & Reception: The Detroit Yacht Club

The dress was as sweet in real life as the picture.

England played the USA in World Cup this particular Saturday. Sadly the USA lost but it made for some great times prior to the wedding.

Bruce from Breath of Spring does it again. Flowers were amazing from bouquets to Reception.

Almost all my fav portrait shots of Lindsey and Ryan were while we were in transit from location to location. They look so elegant walking around and just being together.

Another Windy day in on the river front.

The best man told a joke about what he was going to say that evening during his speech.

View from the yacht club.

What a look from Dad.

The first kiss.

Receiving lines are great imo. Yeah they take up time but its still a really emotional time immediately after the wedding, you get to see everyone, and it makes for some great pictures.

Love the movement, confusion, but yet obviousness of this image.

Roughy six exposures make up this image.

You always know when the trombone player sweats like its raining you're in for a hot one.