I’d been looking forward to Danielle and Rob’s wedding SO MUCH this past year – and not just because it entailed a little travel on my end :) I DO always relish the chance to visit new locations, so I was pretty psyched to get to upstate Massachusetts to shoot a wedding. But mostly, I was eager for this wedding day to come because Danielle and Rob are supremely awesome people.
Let’s just say that it (and they) did not disappoint :)
I haven’t even looked through all the photos from today’s shoot, but I knew when I took this shot that it’d make its way to the blog tonight.
I spent the perfect summer evening in Brooklyn with Nicole and Will, and am so excited to shoot their wedding celebration later this week!
I am ridiculously excited about the wedding albums I’m offering next year. I honestly want nothing more than to fill a shelf with an array of these someday (maybe a collection of photo albums from my travel adventures?) – that’s how gorgeous they are.
These flushmount albums are leather bound, with about 20 different cover colors to choose from. All of them feel soft to the touch, yet so sturdy and luxurious. The pages are super thick with a matte finish. This album is the PERFECT way to preserve your wedding day memories – check out some sample photos below! (cover color is cappuccino nabuk)
Every summer, my family spends a week in Cape Cod. It was always the highlight of my summer vacation when I was growing up, but now that I AM grown up, it’s been harder for me to make it out there each year. It had been a few years since I last joined them, but this summer things worked out and I became reacquainted with those beautiful beaches and New England summer towns. I’m so glad I did! Can’t wait to get back there next year :)
Oh and by the way, if you’re planning a Cape Cod wedding, you should absolutely get in touch! This wedding photographer would LOVE to photograph a wedding on the Cape!
On Memorial Day Weekend, I hopped on a train heading north through the Hudson River Valley. As much as I adore the city, it’s nice to escape once in awhile and be reminded that small towns DO in fact exist!
Gilmara and Ofoe got married at The Rhinecliff, a gorgeous hotel right on the Hudson River in Rhinebeck. For portraits, we got to play on the train tracks and the waterfront right outside the hotel – in fact, the series of photos on the tracks were taken just seconds before a train came through! It was honking at us like crazy, but we had cleared the tracks well before it got too close to us :D Nothing like a little added adrenaline just before exchanging your wedding vows, right?
The ceremony took place outdoors, overlooking the river. The reception was set indoors and was more akin to a dance party. I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen guests tear up the dancefloor like they did at Gilmara and Ofoe’s wedding. It was an absolute BLAST to be a part of!