For my first wedding of the year I was honored to photograph Nicole and Julie who came together later in life each with 3 children from a previous relationship. While the wedding made it official, it quickly became clear to me that these 8 fantastic humans had already become a close knit family. The best part of my job is getting to witness real love and devotion. The hardest part of my job is not getting teary-eyed and fogging up the back of my camera.
Congratulations Julie and Nicole! Here are a few of my favorite images from the day. Thank you so much for choosing me to capture it forever!
Venue: Plymouth Memorial Hall
Day of Coordinator: Julie Brewster
Custom purple wedding dress: KMK designs
Custom earrings with photos of Colleen’s grandparents: Persephone’s Bijoux
Boutonnieres and bouquets: Colleen, Matthew and Bridesmaids (!!!!!)
Catering: Lavishly Dunn
DJ: Jack Every
Special thanks To Samantha Melanson, my 2nd photographer.
Here are a few of my favorite images from Bryan and Rob’s wedding at The Concord Colonial Inn. It is always a huge honor to be a part of a couple’s intimate commitment and celebration of love. Congrats Bryan and Rob! I wish you many wonderful years together.
I recently photographed the wedding of an old friend and colleague of mine. In another lifetime Aggie and I worked together in a mall portrait studio where our job was to act like fools for the entertainment of babies and take beautiful pictures of them while doing so. We’ve both come a long was since then and it was an ENORMOUS honor to be asked to photograph her wedding. Aggie and Christian got ready at Aggie’s family home and after their first look had a traditional Polish blessing in the living room. Then everyone drove to Borderland State Park in Stoughton MA for a short, sweet and extremely intimate ceremony followed by some portraits and family pictures. In order to make the couple laugh I started using all of Aggie’s old tricks (oh my GOODNESS, ooop oohp!) that she used to make the kids laugh and it worked like a charm. later in the afternoon a slightly larger group of friends and family gathered under a tent in the backyard to celebrate, toast, and eat piles and piles of Polish food. All around it was a spectacular day and I can’t believe I got to be a part of it! Congrats Aggie and Christian!
Nina and Meg’s gorgeous Cape Cod wedding at The Wagner in Wellfleet, MA