4 little Fergusons Photography: Wedding Bells

  Ok, so I KNOW I said I would not be shooting weddings anymore, because they are a lot of work and I don’t feel equipped to deal with brides “Dream Day Expectations”?!?!  Well, how could I say no to this PRECIOUS couple that goes to our church, who just so happens to be the brother of one of my dear, dear friends.  So, I said yes.  Because I love them and because the wedding was small.  I can deal with small, right?

  Other than my camera breaking 15 minutes after I began to shoot, YES, I had a BALL!  My friend, Heather went and shot with me, thank the Lord because she covered my hiney while I ran across town to borrow a camera.  Shooting with a friend makes everything twice as fun.  🙂

  Here are a FEW of the photos from the big day:

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They didn’t want to see each other before the ceremony, but we did talk them into this shot……  🙂







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A big thanks to Amanda and Ryan for letting us be a part of their special day!


Be sure to check out Post 2 for today: Mushroom Muenster Chicken.

Mushroom Muenster Chicken

  This dish is DELICIOUS! Despite the ugly photo, the end result is a cheesy gooey chicken dish with a lot of “dish appeal” for your table, company-worth even!  It tastes like you worked WAY harder than you did! 🙂

  Mushroom Muenster Chicken


  • 2 whole Eggs
  • 2 cups Seasoned Bread Crumbs
  • 1 teaspoon Cajun Seasoning
  • 2 pounds Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts Cut Into 1″ Cubes
  • 1 pound Fresh Mushroom Slices
  • 10 ounces, weight Muenster Cheese (8-10 Slices)

In a shallow bowl, beat the eggs. Place bread crumbs and Cajun seasoning in a Ziploc bag. Dip chicken in eggs and then place chicken in the bag of flour and shake to coat.

Spray a 9 x 13 Pyrex dish, add breaded chicken, sliced mushrooms and sliced cheese until chicken is covered. Bake at 350ºF for 45 minutes or until chicken juices run clear.