Eric and Eugenie had an amazing two-day wedding at their private residence in Whitingham, VT in October. When I arrived at their home, which is nestled by mountains and water, I knew this event would not disappoint. The home had recently been under major renovations and the old barn attached to the house was where the intimate ceremony was going to take place with their closest friends and family. After they exchanged vows, the party began. Unique signature drinks were served while a bonfire and games were played on the lawn. There was something for everyone to do....even the kiddos with a giant jenga game with the couples' name engraved on it. The next day, more of their friends arrived by bus to share in the festivities and enjoy a magnificant lobster dinner under a tent. The bibs alone cracked me up, but let me just say it was amazing food. By the end of the night, dancing took over and that sweet smell of fall tickled my nose. Congrats to a loving and fun couple! Below are some of my favorite images from their day.
Brooke and Clark had an outdoor ceremony with the rolling hills behind them and a tented reception at Sweet Brook Farm in Williamstown, MA. It was a very sentimental and special day. Brook has strong ties to the area for multiples reasons: her grandparents have lived in Williamstown for a long time and she attended Williams College. I love implementing meaningful places when photographing the couple and Brook and Clark had many wonderful places to capture. We managed to take some stunning images at the church where her parents' tied the knot at Thompson Memorial Chapel and then strolled over to her grandfather's house for some pictures in front of their house. Lastly, Brook is a runner and her memories from college brought her back to some of the most beautiful, country roads in town and we managed to capture some quintessential Berkshire County goodness there. I love the connection these photos have to memories new and old. That's what it's all about. Here are some of my favorite images from their day.
When I arrived at Kara's parents home in Andover, MA, I was greeted with open arms and iced coffee (the way to my heart, by the way.) The sun was shining and we were soaking it up all day! They had a lovely ceremony in Topsfield, MA and then headed to the Andover Country Club to have their outdoor cocktail hour and indoor reception. The grounds at the country club were pristine and their infamous willow tree where they take their couples for portraits was nothing short of amazing! Here are some of my favorites from their glorious day.