This one goes all the way back to September but I wanted to post it because the light and ceremony location were prime for great photographs. It was the perfect time of day and also perfectly overcast which makes for great pictures. Obviously as you can see, the other details weren't too shabby either :)
I also included a formal because I thought they were nicely "unformal".
Sarah and Mike were married earlier this month in New York City. Their venue had the most incredible view of the Empire State Building. Although the rain moved most of the festivities inside, the guests still enjoyed the view at night through the many windows surrounding the loft.
Both Sarah and Mike have a very kind and gentle personality. They are the perfect fit for one another. I could see the love and support they had for one another from the few times I had met with them before the wedding. Sarah was so happy in the moments leading up to the ceremony and seeing Mike. I think she said "Yay" 100 times that day, her excitement was overflowing.
Sarah and Mike, thank you for the opportunity to capture such an important day in your lives!
(Thanks also to Melissa who captured the shot of Mike in his living room!)
These are from this past Saturday. I have a few other things to blog about but Alison wrote the cutest email which basically said since she wasn't going away on a honeymoon right away, she would be stalking my blog for a sneak peek from her wedding. I'm hoping this will buy me some time to edit the rest of her beautiful day!
Sorry Aaron, I haven't gotten John's shots yet so this is girls only.
We had such a great time on Sunday wandering around Lehigh's campus where Ronnie completed his undergrad. Julianne is actually a part of my family (my mother's cousin's daughter...so not sure what that makes her to me...basically just family I guess but I'll take it). It always adds an extra element to any kind of shoot when I already have a relationship with the couple. We had the most beautiful weather after a rainy Saturday and the fall colors were still so vivid this late in the month. I have to thank them for their thoughtfulness too. They took me for PUMPKIN GELATO at Dave's Deli after the shoot. I can't tell you how delicious it was and I had been waiting for just the right moment for it since October 1st. Thanks guys, I can't wait for your wedding next spring! I'm looking forward to all of the special and cultural details:)
Colleen and her family left such nice comments on the preview post of only 2 pictures, I had to post an extended version of their wedding here. I really enjoyed getting to know Colleen and her family throughout the day. Both she and Dave were so organized throughout the whole planning process and they were so excited when their wedding day had finally arrived. I had a number of phone calls with Colleen prior to her wedding not only about their details but also about my own wedding. She was so interested in my planning and always offered helpful advice and ideas which was so thoughtful. They should be back any day now from TWO WEEKS in ITALY (wow,jealous!). I hope you had an absolutely wonderful time on your honeymoon and welcome back!! Enjoy these moments from your day :)
Thanks also to my second shooter, Melissa, who took some of my favorite photos of Colleen in the back of the church and some of the first dance shots among others below!
Scroll slowly over the images on the right and click to see the rest!