If you love pinks, and mountains, and long veils, and rainy days, you’re going to love this wedding!
A rainy day didn’t stop these two from having the fun and relaxed camp wedding they’d always dreamed about!
If you’ve never been to a Congolese wedding in the States before, you’re missing out! Just wait until you see the magnificence of this Congolese/American wedding, and read more about all the fun traditions that we experienced for the first time that day!
“April 7th isn’t any special day to either of us… yet.” That’s how Brad started his first email to me a few weeks ago – isn’t it the sweetest?! April 7th ended up being filled with sunshine, smiles, tears, laughs, and so many surprises!
Acadia National Park is one of the most visited tourist areas in Maine, and for good reason! It is a truly amazing place to visit, and I feel so blessed to live within a 2 hour drive of the park! I have clients ask me all the time for suggestions on portrait session locations, so here they are!
Kevin and Madeline are the kind of people you love to be around! Just in the few hours I got to spend with them, you can tell they spend their time not only caring for each other, but also caring for others. You’re going to love this romantic winter wedding in Newport!
When Kristina contacted me to tell me she wanted to do a one year anniversary session in the SAME location as her wedding took place, I was over the moon! The reason wasn’t just because I loved photographing these two, but because these were the sunny picturesque pictures we envisioned taking on their wedding day, but never got the chance!
What made weddings in 2018 stand out to me is the pure genuine people that I had the privilege of photographing. There were so many happy tears and warm hugs that filled each wedding day, and my brides and grooms and their loved ones made ME feel part of the family! Just wait until you see these Best of 2018 Wedding images!
If I could describe this wedding in a few words, they would be elegant and casual, romantic and fun, modern and rustic. I know those words don’t seem to go together, but you’ll see what I mean!