Having a wedding at Franklin Park Conservatory in Columbus, Ohio is always such a great experience. After Pam and Rick asked me to be their wedding officiant I had the pleasure of celebrating their union in the Palm House. The Palm House may be hot, but it is still a cool place to tie the knot!
I apologize for the lame humor, but I couldn't resist. Besides, Pam and Rick were a lot of fun to celebrate with! There were many smiles, some jokes, and a great deal of fun and joy as this couple became husband and wife. In this picture to the left, Rick and I are waiting peacefully for Pam who can be seen in the foreground during her bridal walk.
Their ceremony is now underway as I adjust my glasses.
Something funny is now said. I can't remember if it was me, Pam or Rick who said it, but we were all enjoying the moment.
Pam and Rick exchange vows. Let's be sure the ring is secure.
Sweet feelings arise. I just love their expressions.
Now, their sand ceremony with their children's involvement. How cool is that?
Pam and Rick are excited to be husband and wife!
Come here my love, let's kiss!
Although spontaneous, Rick agrees.
Rick's smile tells it all.
Tearful joy and sheer contentment!
Pam and Rick, thanks for asking me to be a part of this awesome day! May you enjoy all your days together and may they be filled with much love, joy, and zest for life!
All photographs in this entry are courtesy of Open Prism Photography and the artistic work of Rebekah King. Rebekah can be contacted by calling 614-653-9082. You can also visit her website by following the link provided.
Violinist, Connie Anderson, filled the air with beautiful music. Connie can be reached by calling 614-746-0393. Her email is CAnderson43212@aol.com.