Every photographer hopes to connect with their client in one form or another and with Kim and Luke’s wedding, we definitely connected. Maybe it was because I was born in the late 50s & I have an affinity to retro photography. Maybe it was Kim & Luke’s passion for life being similar to mine. Kim first contacted me saying she was looking for a “Vintage”/”Fine Arts” wedding photographer and she thought my style “made the grade”. Kim met Luke while she visited a local comic book store. She made Luke “fall in love with her” by tempting him with cookies at work. Luke ate one and afterwards asked Kim if she could make eclairs. She said “No” and he replied,”Too bad, we can’t ever get married”. Kim wanted the details of her wedding to be “Vintage” and I think she accomplished her goal. Her bride maids carried multi colored retro purses each with antique brooches of different colors. Her dress had a 50s clean look about it with a vintage floral appliqué. Kim’s floral bouquet was made of antique brooches which made it quite heavy. Her makeup was clean and simple showing the perfection of her skin. Luke’s wonderful dry & quirky humor complimented Kim’s passion for life. Their wedding ceremony was filled with humor with the crowd periodically bursting into laughter. Their formals turned out to be just as entertaining while their first time portrait as husband and wife was filled with passioante moments. As the evening came to a close, it was evident that their friends and family members were just as passionate. Thank you Kim and Luke for allowing me to document your passion.