Do you have your wedding date for 2011? If so, please call me now to find out if I still have your date available. Schedule a free consultation to meet with me and talk about your plans. I do give savings to those early planners who book one year ahead for the fall or winter months! (October 15-March 15, 2011/12) The photography is forever! Hire a professional.
One of the reasons I love my job is that I meet the most wonderful people that I would never have met unless I was their photographer. I love the stories of my clients and Marsha and Don have a lovely story. Don spent many years devoted to taking care of his very ill parents, he has never been married before. Marsha lost here first husband to a serious illness and they both decided to join a bereavement group. They fell in love and got married last week at the Inn at Woodstock Hill. It did rain that day, however it did not during the ceremony. The Inn did a great job and I recommend it to any bride looking for a beautiful spot to have a ceremony and reception, gorgeous grounds for the portraits, plus a beautiful room for the night. Meet Marsha and Don, to very special people. I wish them all the best in their lives together.
What a glorious day Pamela and Jason had on Sunday. They were married at the Inn at Mystic and everything went perfectly as planned! Here are some highlights from the day.All dressed and ready to go! Pam looked absolutely star quality! The beautiful setting behind the mansion.. A couple of quiet moments together before sunset.. This awesome cake.. by Felicia’s Sweetface Pastry Shoppe. And an incredibly fun party with the amazing ‘Matty B’ as DJ- he sings, plays guitar and sax! Congratulations, Pam and Jason! You are a wonderful couple and it has been an honor to photography your day! Kim
What a weekend it was! Erika and Steven, a couple since their high school days were married in the beautiful town of Woodstock, CT, at her church where her father is the minister! He gave her away and married them! They rode in a hay wagon pulled by a tractor to the reception at the ‘Pink House‘ up the road! The cupcakes were incredible! I cannot remember the name of the baker! Please comment here if you know- he deserves recognition. Each one was a work of art. Here are some highlights! Erika and Steven are both very talented musicians, graduates from the Dept. of Music at UConn. Wishing you the very best in your bright future together!
Meet my new friends, Gretchen and Armond. They were married last September, and came to me for a formal portrait in their wedding clothes. What an amazing and beautiful couple! I have to share these with you. I just loved the Scottish attire! They look like a royal couple! Gretchen mentioned that is was great to do it after the wedding – I photographed them in my studio where they were cool and comfortable. Think about this option if you would like a formal bridal or bride and groom portrait. It was great fun, too!
My husband and I had the honor of being guests at the wedding of our two special friends, Christina and Clayton, this past Sunday. What an incredible day it was. Spring arrived just for them!! It took place at The College Club of Boston, on Commonwealth Ave. just a block from the Garden. If you have not heard of, or been to this gorgeous gem of a venue, you must check it out! It is perfect for a small, intimate, yet elegant wedding ceremony and party. It is also a B&B! You will feel like you have stepped into a mid-18th century home and parlour. The walls are painted in pastel colors with beautiful trees and birds, the windows, the curtains, furniture, lighting, and the grand piano take you into another world. Here are some of my favorite images of two very special people! Christina looks spectacular! The room set a beautiful mood for the intimate ceremony. The happy couple posing for photographs by family and friends. Surrounded by loving friends…. The groom’s cake! Clayton is a fabulous violist! If you are in need of one, hire him! Everyone needs that picture! I just loved Christina’s dress! First dance… This […]
Today Alexandria and Jason were married in the beautiful historic First Baptist Church in Storrs, Connecticut. This was the snowy wedding day that they had hoped for! All went well besides the weather – they both worked hard to pull off this intimate ceremony and dinner for close family and friends. They are both UConn students and Jason has planned a surprise honeymoon in snowy Vermont! I can’t wait to find out what wonderful destination he chose. Here are a few images of the day.
St. Clement’s Castle right here in Connecticut is one of my favorite places to photograph weddings! The setting is spectacular and the inside and outside of the building is perfect for all kinds of formal and informal images. Besides the views and architecture, the staff there is so helpful and accommodating that it is a pleasure to work there. My brides and grooms have all had wonderful things to say about their experience at St. Clement’s as well. I highly suggest this wedding venue if you can book it.
I noticed that brides are still loving the elegant, slightly deco style weddings in older halls like the Bond Ballroom in Hartford. What are some of your dream venues? Is it the Bond, the beach or somewhere else? Please share.