Friday, February 12, 2010

A Winter Wonder Land

We woke up to an unusual surprise this morning, everything dusted in white. It was really quite beautiful!

I even got an Eskimo Kiss from my favorite" Little Snow Bunny".

Even though all the kids missed their Valentines Day Party at school today, I don't think they would have traded today for anything. I'm sure the teachers will squeeze in a treat on Monday.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

We couldn't have asked for a better way to kick off the New Year than shooting
Jason and Ana's wedding at Grace Fellowship Church in Greenville this past
Saturday! Even though the cold weather kept us inside all day, we were blessed
with shooting in one of the most beautiful and modern churches we've ever had
the pleasure of working in.

Then on to the reception which took place at the E. E. Bass Arts Center where
the night took on a vintage Hollywood theme! The guests were treated to a
beautifully edited documentary movie staring none other than Jason and Ana
before the meal was served.

We would also like to extend a special 'thanks' to the Cantu and Smith families for
your hospitality and kindness. Thank you!

So without further ado, we would like to post a few pictures in the meantime while
the rest of the wedding is being edited. Stay tuned for more to come!

I just love this shot! For a bigger version, click here!

Monday, February 1, 2010

Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation - Wedding Photography

Steen-Tompkins have shot numerous weddings at the Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation here in Vicksburg! From a photographic standpoint, SCHF is a veritable treasure trove of beautiful, natural light. From the below-ground walkways, to the huge windows and staircases, the possibilities are endless!

If you are considering the Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation for your wedding, please take the time to see it in person. Let Director Annette Kirklin and her assistant Angie Wilkinson show you this marvelous piece of history. You will not be disappointed.

SCHF Website

Below are just a few of our favorite shots taken at Southern Cultural. Historical beauty bathed in natural light! Enjoy!