The ring was hidden in our old traveling chest . . .
We flew to Paris . . .
It was such a surprise when I opened my cereal box and found an . . .
I thought he was on a fishing trip, instead he . . .
Get your story ready and send it in . . . and, while you’re at it, did you know Denney Jewelers in Springfield also has a monthly contest searching for The Most Romantic Couple of The Year?
From their web site: We are looking for creative, meaningful moments that were made even more magical with a jewelry presentation. Stories can include engagement, birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, new baby, or any special occasion marked with a gift of jewelry. A monthly finalist will be selected and featured on our website and receive a $100 gift certificate to Denney Jewelers. Please submit a story of your romantic jewelry presentation along with a photo or video of the presentation, the recipient wearing the jewelry, a photo of the couple or another moment that represents your story. Submit.
A winner is chosen every month and their story goes on A Little Romance from Denney Jewelers blog. Monthly winners are invited to a romantic Valentine’s Ball, where the “Most Romantic Couple” in Springfield is crowned and receives a gift — this year the romantic Valentine’s Day package includes a $500 gift certificate to Denney Jewelers, a photo package and a 24K real rose.
Posted by Steve. Springfield Illinois area wedding photography by Warmowski Photography, husband-wife photojournalist team available to tell the story of your wedding day. Studio 301 E. Court Street Suite B, Jacksonville, Illinois 62650, hours by appointment, first floor of Hamilton’s 110 North East.
Ryan’s gifts to his groomsmen were cufflinks individualized to each guy’s personal interest. It was a very thoughtful gift that likely took time to shop for. Great job, Ryan!
Meghan & Ryan were married at St. Ita Catholic Church, Chicago and had their reception at The Park Grill in Millennium Park.
Posted by Tiffany. Warmowski Photography shows the attention to detail you’ve put into the planning of your wedding. We photograph in Chicago, Kansas, England & beyond! Every part of your day will be captured.
Heather Thomas and Doug Zulauf were married Saturday, October 9, 2010, at Rammelkamp Chapel on the Illinois College campus in Jacksonville. Both are alumni of IC. Professor Rev. Richard Maye officiated the ceremony.
Here are some of our favorite images from their day.
When photographing a couple’s wedding rings, I try to think of something a bit more creative than just the “hand-over-hand” shot. I sometimes resort to putting the rings in the flowers of the bride’s bouquet, but I have been trying to do something more creative than that lately as well. A couple of the photos below are the result of remembering something someone said earlier in the day and incorporating it into the photo.