Wedding Albums Tell the Story.

I promised that I would show you more wedding albums I designed this year… so on this last day of 2012, here is another sampling from one of my favorites.  This wedding took place at the Alumni Center on the campus of the University of Connecticut in July.  I highly recommend this venue to anyone looking for a elegant, intimate space for a wedding.  There ceremony took place outdoors in the Courtyard patio area and the reception inside the pretty hall with a beautiful stairway and lots of windows.  Graduates of UConn, Heather and Eric had a splendid day and created many of the wedding details themselves.  Their fun-loving, warm and unique personalities were evident and were reflected in their choices of decor and reception details right down to the “donuts to go” bags that made it fun and comfortable for all their guests.  Albums are a big part of my wedding business, it is the first family heirloom and will be a treasured keepsake to share with family and friends.  The digital world of photography can be dangerous as a digital file can be lost or corrupted easily, and who knows what kinds of technology we will have in the near future, your jpegs on a  disk may be out of date in years to come.  This is why I insist on printing wedding images in albums.  All my albums are printed on photographic paper and bound professionally to last a lifetime!

Here are some of the pages I was thrilled to make for this keepsake, storybook album.

I loved the girls dresses, each one unique but in the same color-tone.

The Venue has a lovely ‘ready’ spacious room for the bride and her girls.

The natural lighting in there was a plus.

Fun with the guys!

The ceremony in the Courtyard Patio area at the Alumni Center.

Pretty grounds all around to take some nice portraits of Heather and Eric.

We made good use of the campus facilities for the bridal party portraits.

Lost of dancing and fun at the reception!

Happy New Year to you!

I hope to see you in 2013 for your wedding or portrait needs. Thank you for stopping by my blog.


1 Comments:

  1. Jean
    December 31, 2012

    I may not be too objective since I was at that wedding, but I have to compliment you on the wedding album. That photographic essay truly is a family heirloom. Some photographers do not take the time to try and understand the “essence” of the wedding and the people who have created it and it shows in their work. You have truly captured images that reveal some insight into the personalities involved- this is art. Thank you for giving us the ability to re-live that day for a lifetime.


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