Matt, Gabe & their friends & family were all a great bunch of people to spend the day with. Everyone was a lot of fun and they really seem to be good for each other.
I couldn't have asked for a more smiley bride. The corners of her mouth were ear to ear all day. Her face muscles must have still been sore into the next day.
The ceremony was at the Conservatory in St. Charles. It was my first opportunity to photograph there. The place is beautiful. You get the feeling of an outdoor wedding with the comfort and confidence of still being inside. The reception hall was also a first time for me and a great place as well. It was at the Franklin Room down in Soulard. A fantastic old building in a fantastic old area. There's so much character down there.
I thought I'd do a slide show this time. It seems to be a good way to follow through the day. Plus this way you get to see a lot more photos. Enjoy!
This show's story revolved around Swifty Deeds' quest for a new job.
Here he is loosing his job and loosing his shirt.
This show was at The Gaslight Theater on Gaslight Square. The area has a very interesting history. If you're not familiar, there's some info on the theater's website and here on the square's official website. The theater is small & intimate. A great place to see a show like this.
Swifty made a few visits to the career counselors at the Randy Dandy House of Unemployment and during his visits we got to see examples of different types of careers.
Riveting Rosy Riveters, and an astronaut.
In the end, Swifty decided he wanted to join the Navy and there was much rejoicing.
The next show these guys have lined up is a choose your own adventure theme. I can't wait to see what they do for that one. Really, the prospect of sexy dinosaurs alone is enough to get me there and that I was given. Keep up with them here to find out details of their upcoming shows & whatnot.