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Archive for March, 2011
Most of you who have been following me, know that one of my images was used as the theme image for the 2011 Sedona Bridal Fair. Along with appearing on websites, banner ads, post cards, and tickets, it also graced the cover of the February 16th special issue that Kudo’s created for the Bridal Fair. In case you missed it, here’s what the cover of that issue looked like. Thanks to Jane Perini, the graphic artist that created the cover, for sending me a high resolution copy.
The 2011 Sedona Bridal Fair is now over. It took place Saturday, February 26, 2011 at Poco Diablo in Sedona, Arizona. All together, 133 brides, along with 163 of their guests (296 people in all) attended. By all accounts, the fair was a wild success. Along with being the founder and president of the organization that organized the event — the Sedona Wedding Professionals Association — I also had the privilege of creating the Bridal Fair website, shooting a short video (see below), taking tons of photos, and, of course, participating. For more information about the fair, including coverage provided by other SWPA members, go here.
The Poco Diablo Conference Center was packed with brides and their guests.
My daughter, Jeremia, and her partner and my backup photographer, John Rodger, keeping an eye the Sunfellow Photography booth.