Posts Tagged ‘New England Wedding Photographer’
Although there were so many neat photo ops at this wedding the most impressive thing there was the love that Bryan and Rachel had for each other and the love that their friends and family had for them. It was my pleasure to second shoot for Tiffany Axtmann at their wedding.
About a month ago I was able to second shoot for Sarah Pudlo Photography. It was a lovely evening at the Brookside Country Club near the cape. Here are a few of my favorite images from the wedding.
A few moments before their rehearsal dinner Katie, Julio and I ran off and took these sweet couple photos. You can tell they are best friends. And check out Katie’s henna designs on her hands! Aren’t they beautiful? I’ve known Katie for a long time and one of our favorite pastimes has been to watch Bollywood movies together and bake vegan delights! So, although Julio is Filipino the henna was no surprise to me!
Two weeks ago I was able to attend the lovely Branches & Light photography workshop. It was hosted at the Sutherland in North Carolina by Nancy and Caroline. I learned so much about overcoming fear in business, organization, branding and Emily Ayer of Southern Weddings spoke with us about getting published. We even had a professionally styled shoot to photograph…. I hope you love it as much as I do!
Designer and Stylist: Erin McLean with Erin McLean Events
Flowers: Tre Bella Flowers
Gown: Tre Bella Bridal
Cake: Ashley Cakes
Cake Stand: Sarah’s Stands
Hair and Makeup: Samantha Crowder
Jewelry: Emily Hansel Designs
Calligraphy: Juliet Jones
Venue: The Sutherland
I am grateful for my parents, family and friends. My parents aren’t perfect but I love them and I’m grateful to God for them. They taught me to love people and to put God first which I’m not always very good at BUT they did teach me that. They try to do the same. We all mess up. I can make a list, can’t you? But in the end they taught me about love, forgiveness and being human. (1 John 4:7-11)
ALSO, this is a very cool pillow my Mom made recently at our last quilting get-together. She dreamt it up and made it by hand from two sports jackets. Is it not the COOLEST pillow EVER? Check out the back: buttons, pocket, and a tag from the jacket from which she constructed the pillow. (And, I’d like to give a shout-out to my Mother-in-law who made the pillow in the background w/ the white and red buttons. Talented family!)
And then there is George, always there to help ;)
Happy Thanksgiving to all!!
May I present my super talented beautiful friend Sterling! I love having a little piece of Texas up here with me in New England :) After catching up over coffee we ran all over Boston taking photos. The first place that we shot at was the Ayer Mansion. Talk about beautiful –I’m thinking about creating a post just dedicated to the stairwell. But my muse of the day, Sterling, I love how she styled her hair and clothes! Is she not gorgeous?