KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography

October 23, 2011

Wedding 10.01.11

We finally have a moment to breathe a little and thought we would post some highlights from Lauren and Christopher’s wedding.

We couldn’t have asked for a prettier day:) We have to say that the groom and his groomsmen ruled the shoot. They Rocked!

They had such great personalities and we loved all the horse play that went on throughout the day. We don’t even think

that Christopher got nervous until ceremony time 🙂 Lauren was perfectly composed. She and her girls where so beautiful. Come reception time, they all seemed to rule the dance floor.

“Lexington Florist” provided the beautiful floral arrangements. Lexington Presbyterian is where the bridal preparation and ceremony was held.

DJ Troy Fite provided the  music. Joe Tingen (the brides father) provided a beautiful one of a kind painting from Lauren’s couture bridal session with us.

We are proudly displaying a duplicate he made for us in our meet and greet studio for future brides who may want one of a kind paintings of their own.

Onto the photographs……. Thank you for viewing and CONGRATULATION’S to beautiful Bride and Groom.

Simple details

Final touches

Bouquet by Lexington Florists

A Bridal party of Nine!

Meet Christopher "The Groom"

The Best Man flew in from Texas the night before

The reaction

The Wedding Ceremony took place at Lexington Presbyterian Church.

The First Kiss

This is our version of "The Rapture" -- pure joy

We had about 5 minutes to do the "location" portion of their day. Lauren & Chris were ready to get to the reception.

Father of the Bride Dance

You can pretty much assume what happened next due to the look on their faces.

The Bouquet Toss

The Garter Toss

The Party

Rulers of the Dance Floor

The Exit

The Closing

All Photography by
KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography LLC
Classical wedding photography for the discerning couple



  1. What gorgeous memories!!! Almost put tears in my eyes. I wish the newlyweds a long
    happy and prosperous life together.
    Wish you a lot of love,

    ps the website is my brother’s

    Comment by Megan Tingen — October 24, 2011 @ 12:27 am | Reply

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