Ceremony highlights – Erin & Greg Gutren

Erin (Marks) & Greg Guntren were married Saturday, October 2, 2010,  at the Prebyterian Church in White Hall, Illinois.

The church was probably one of the oldest in which we have photographed a wedding (in the U.S., anyway.)
There were many partitions and doors inside the church. I am assuming they were used to keep from heating areas of the church that were not being used - back when it was heated by fireplaces.
Erin chose brown and green as her colors. Erin's sister, Hannah, was her maid of honor and their cousin, Caylee was the flower girl.
The afternoon light came through the windows during the ceremony - shining perfectly on the happy couple.
The church had beautiful architecture and the organ pipes were the focal point of the alter.
Following the ceremony, best man Collin Foster ran up the stairs to ring the church bell.
When Caylee learned she was to be a flower girl in Erin & Greg's wedding, she asked if she could wear a pink dress. Pink didn't go with Erin's color scheme, but Erin's mom, Melissa, did line Caylee's dress with hot pink when she made it.

Posted by Tiffany/Warmowski Photography. We love to photograph weddings in old churches, new churches, or anywhere, really. Traditional or off-the-wall, we  capture real moments all day.

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