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Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Knoxville, TN

Tuesday, April 17, 2007
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Shannon Baca & Ben McVay were married at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in downtown Knoxville on Saturday afternoon. IC is a really cool old church with high ceilings, stained glass windows, and a nice alcove around the altar. The church coordinator and priest were really great at working with me in trying to get the best photos for the couple and even allowed some moving around during the ceremony.

If rain on a wedding day really does bring good luck then these two are going to have one very lucky marriage. I did get a few shots of Shannon and her bridesmaids outside before the downpour. It was chilly, but they were all great sports about it. Everyone was in such a good mood and so obviously happy for Shannon and Ben. The heavens even seemed to participate in the ceremony with a few loud crashes of thunder at key moments.

I liked that Shannon's gown had a bit of color by way of a green sash that matched her bridesmaids' dresses. Her cake also had the same colored ribbon around each tier (and was delicious).

The reception featured a sit-down dinner and DJ at the University Club on Kingston Pike.

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14 

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14
The shot below was one of the last of the evening, taken in a little hallway just outside the restrooms.

Baca/McVay Wedding April 14

4/23/2007 10:50:05 AM
Nancy, you're an AMAZING photogrpaher! The pictures look great and I can't wait to see them all! Thank you for all of your hard work! I will use you again in the future and recommend you to everyone!
Shannon McVay
4/23/2007 11:26:59 AM
Awesome photos!
Deana Burleson (Shannon's oldest sister)
4/23/2007 2:41:37 PM
Woderful pictures! I know Shannon and Ben will treasure these. Thank you for such wondeful work.

Maureen Frost
Maureen Frost
4/23/2007 5:21:10 PM
Beautiful photos, but you had a beautiful wedding party to work with. Shannon is gorgeous. It was a great day, now with great pictures to follow.
Stacy Naville (friend of Shannon's Mom)
4/23/2007 8:56:39 PM
Great pictures!!! They are so rich and captured so much! Can't wait to see them all. You did an amazing job!!

Kara Hensley
Kara Hensley
4/24/2007 8:52:47 PM
What beautiful pictures - like looking through the pages of a fairy tale book!
Mandy Johnston
4/26/2007 1:05:08 PM
These pictures are beautiful!!! Thank you for doing such a wonderful job.

Marsha Baca (Shannon's mom)
marsha baca
4/28/2007 10:19:02 AM
The photos are so beautiful, just like the bride. It was one of the most fun and nicely planned weddings that I have ever attended.
Susan McVay (Ben's mother)
Susan McVay
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