Monday, May 7, 2012

When most people think of weddings, they think of love. True love, that is....Birds chirping, violins playing in the background, the first dance at the reception, bottles of champagne popping, rose petals down the aisle....etc.

Given, that's what weddings are all about, right? I mean, weddings are all about true love...when soul mates join forces for eternity, and make a life-long commitment to their counterpart. I can't begin to explain the happiness that fills the air on a wedding day. It gives me chill bumps just thinking about it.

Believe me, I LOVE weddings. And the most amazing part is seeing true love come together in its youngest and purest form. However, I see it in a slightly different perspective. I see the wedding day as a once-in-a-lifetime event. It's the day that sets the foundation for the rest of your life with your loved one. It's a single day where friends and family gather to celebrate the love of the bride and groom.

My question to you is: How much of your special day are you going to remember?

The first dance? The rings? The reception? The look on his face when you say, "I do"? The flower girl? The dress? The music? The audience?

How about this: Instead of experiencing the wedding day just once, imagine if you could capture all of those memories and keep them forever....

That's what we do.

At Nicholas & Keaton, we capture not only the first dance, but all the laughing before and after the dance. We capture not only the picture-taking, but all the moments in-between the pictures. We capture not only the look on his face when you say "I do," but all the love that fills the air at that exact moment.

We capture the hair and make-up sessions, the dressing of the tuxedos, the first dance, the last dance, the ceremony, and everything in-between. We capture not only your wedding, but your entire wedding day.

Let us turn your once-in-a-lifetime day into memories that will last every day for a lifetime.

We are Nicholas & Keaton. We can't wait to meet you.


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