this year was jammed packed full of new experiences + travel. so much so i felt the need to make 2 separate posts for my year in review. thank you to all the couples who allow me into their intimate spaces + trust me to document such a special time in their lives. i had so many great opportunities to photograph my own weddings as well as photograph as a 2nd photographer for some dear friends as well as some that I only just met this year. huge shout out to these lovely ladies for trusting me to tag along + help document these weddings: lisa, jen, rebecca, jen, + justine.
i have totally fallen in love with some new local venues [roger williams botanical center/ crystal lake/ ocean house/ newport beach house/ griffin museum of photography] as well as revisited some of my all time favs [glen manor house/ linden place/ blithewold]. all the amazing wedding vendors that i had the privilege to work with this year, thank you, you make my job a whole lot easier with your skill, expertise + attention to detail. while it is difficult to compound a whole year of fabulous new england weddings, here is my attempt to give you a visually pleasing recap of my year as a ri wedding photographer. you may want to get comfy…it’s a long one
i am a self diagnosed photo booth junkie. they are a great way for your guests to not only be photographed at your wedding but to also show a bit of personality doing it. i love love love when my couples add on my open air photo booth. for this wedding we actually exchanged 2 hours of reception coverage that was held at the griffin museum of photography to set this baby up + it was a blast. if you would like more information on my open air photo booth contact me here. below are just a few of my favorite silly images from the booth.
[no one was harmed in the making of these photographs but all had fun]
lauren + brendan had an intimate late summer wedding at the griffin museum of photography in winchester ma. + what a lovely little venue, from the cobblestone facade to the old gristmill + the inspiring art inside. surrounded by their closest family, friends, + beautiful imagery they said their “i do’s”. with lots of diy touches + a bouquet beautifully crafted by the brides twin sister you could tell the focus for this couple was to enjoy each other + to really focus on the task at hand; getting hitched + having a blast doing it. we even put together a custom package that included my open aired photo booth in lieu of complete reception coverage. you can view some of those shenanigans here or look for the full post coming soon.
here is their wedding story
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