The moment we arrived at the Melson’s house, we could sense the importance of the wedding day to this family. Five generations of weddings were represented by five lovely wedding dresses in the gallery room. This unique and treasured display reminded the guests of the family’s history and their respect for the institution of marriage.
Clayton and Ellen are a lovely couple. We were honored to share in their special day. Enjoy this event with us as you view Ellen and Clayton Kershaw’s wedding day images. We invite you to share in a day of romance, love, laughter and tears. Don’t miss the slideshow at the end for the complete experience!
Congratulations to them and their families, and thank you for choosing Edmonson Weddings to document one of the most memorable days of your lives.
Vendors –Wedding Coordination: DFW Events Church: Highland Park Presbyterian Church Reception: Royal Oaks Country Club Entertainment: The Project Band Florist: Garden Gate, 214-220-1272 Hair and Make-Up: Dana Dixon, 817-798-3335 Specialty Lighting: Absolute Entertainment Video: Capturing Moments Get-Away Car: Dallas Dream Cars Cake TableDraping: Tacie Johnsen, 214-499-7012 Cakes and Plateaus: Jackie Coleman, 214-460-2937 Photo Booth: Booth Booth
David Edmonson of Plano, TX, has received special honors in the WEDDING & PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS INTERNATIONAL (WPPI) 2008 WPPI 8 x 10 1st Half Print Competition. Designed to recognize outstanding photographers, the judging was held in Santa Monica, CA on June, 2008.
Edmonson’s winning prints, “Pretty in Pink” received First Place in the High School Senior category.”Sky High” received Second Place in the High School Senior category.
“Untitled” received an Accolade of Excellence in the Bride and Groom Together category. “Untitled”received an Accolade of Excellence in the Bride or Groom Alone category. “Girl Party” received an Accolade of Excellence in the Bridal Party category. “Pokadots” received an Accolade of Excellence in the Engagement category. “Tyler’s World” received an Accolade of Excellence in the Children category. “Emily’s World” received an Accolade of Excellence in the Individual category.
Edmonson competed against an international field of photographers to win such honors.
The WPPI 8 x 10 1st Half Print Competition awards are presented each year at the largest trade show, educational platform and convention in the United States for professional photographers. The 2008 competition included 932 prints in 18 different categories submitted by photographers from all over the world.
For more information please visit www.wppionline.com/competition/