Ines and Craig are such a lovely couple! Our initial meeting was so easy and fun. I was thrilled to be chosen to photograph their wedding. Their wedding day was just as easy and fun. Ines filled the day with special touches by hand making all of the decor. That includes the beautiful broach bouquets you’ll see in the slide show! Craig also added his special touch by planning the honeymoon. He kept the location of their trip a secret until the wedding day. Throughout the reception, the DJ would play special songs to give Ines hints to where they were going. Finally, the location was revealed. You won’t be able to miss the expression on Ines’ face when she found out they were headed to Hawaii! The surprise gave Ines all the energy she needed to dance the night away. Ines’ family is Portuguese and the Portuguese music and traditional dancing was a blast. Ines and Craig, I hope you two are watching this show from under a palm tree! Congratulations!
There are so many reasons I loved photographing Kasandra & Don’s wedding! Let’s start with the most important thing. They are so in love! You have to see the way Don looked at Kasandra throughout the evening. It was so endearing! Beyond that, they had a beautiful Greek ceremony at Saint George’s church in Centerville. I love Greek ceremonies. They are visually stunning and full of meaning (and they repeat everything three times so I get lots of chances to take the perfect photo!). Then, we all headed to the beach for wedding party photos. It was a gorgeous day for beach photos with a beautiful blue sky! Finally, we were off to the reception at Cape Cod’s Ocean Edge Resort where Kasandra included perfect little Cape Cod touches like sand dollar place cards and blue hydrangea centerpieces. It was lovely! Kasandra and Don, I hope you enjoy your wedding photos as much as I loved taking them!
This shoot was so much fun! Even if you’re not a “girly girl” you have to admit Julia’s infant photos are fabulous! All those ruffles and bows!!!! I can’t stand it! We took these lovely images in the comfort of Julia’s own home with the aid of some perfect window light and simple blankets. For much of the shoot, Julia’s mom (draped in blanket) was the actual backdrop. It put the sleeping baby completely at ease. I hope you enjoy this girlie indulgence!
It’s always fun photographing a wedding when the couple met in college. But I must admit, the BC grads are a special kind of treat! They’re a blast! Sarah & Chris stayed true to their roots by getting married at Saint Ignatius Church on the BC campus. So we were able to do some fun formals on campus before the ceremony! Then we continued the party at the Exchange Conference Center. Thanks so much for making me a part of it Sarah & Chris!