Here are 10 unique ideas for your wedding ceremony! All the items in this list are suitable for a variety of weddings. If you see one you like, customize to fit your theme and personality! 1. Write Your Own Vows One of the best ways to personalize your wedding ceremony is to write your own […]
Melanie and Max held their outdoor summer wedding ceremony beneath a cloudless sky, surrounded by friends and family, framed by a floral filled arch and the gorgeous vistas at Maquam Barn & Winery in Vermont. Following a long-distance courtship, they were married and now reside in Vermont near the shores of Lake Champlain where their […]
Wells and Jeremy’s wedding at The Brick House at Shelburne Museum was a long-awaited celebration! The two tied the knot in a Boston Public Garden micro wedding in 2020 with their immediate families. This time around, they were eager to share the day with their friends and loved ones. I photographed Wells’ sister Tara’s wedding […]
Jenn and Brian had a luxury boho wedding at Topnotch Resort in the mountains of Vermont. Their team of vendors was exceptional and really brought their vision to life. After planning during the pandemic, the couple was so glad to celebrate with all of their loved ones! Black Tie and Boho Accents for a Summer […]
You’ve just received that email you’ve been waiting for – the link to all your wedding photographs! But before you open that link to view the full gallery on your phone, here is a guide for the best way to view your wedding gallery. Here’s 8 Steps for How To Mindfully View Your Wedding Photographs
I am so thrilled to share my fresh logo designed by the brilliant Daniel Sheridan of Sheridan Studio! The minute I saw Daniel’s work I was completely enchanted by his attention to storytelling, texture, and line work. This logo feels so much more authentic to my photography than the one I created for myself all those years ago when I first started out!
Brian & Kathryn married on a gorgeous Spring day in the mountains at of Vermont at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe. The light was golden, the landscape lush and the flower dog, Maple, was absolutely living her best life! “We wanted to feature the mountains, where we love to hike and ski, while still being able to dress up and look elegant. Sense of place is important to us — we wanted the ceremony location, flowers, and photography to feel authentic to Vermont.” – Brian & Kathryn
The Cherry Blossom Festival in the Wooster Square neighborhood in New Haven, Connecticut is magical. “The night before Maeve and Daisy were born, Dan and I went to Wooster Square and shared a Sally’s pizza and Libby’s Italian Pastry Shop. Our “last supper” was sentimental, leaving behind our lives as just the two of us, and welcoming in our greatest gifts. This spring, Julia photographed us in Wooster Square peak cherry blossoms and all felt full circle. We even got a Sally’s pizza.” – Annalise
Answering all your questions about wedding albums and why you should enjoy your wedding photographs in a gorgeous, heirloom album – not just as your phone background.
14 Fall Weddings to Inspire your Celebration. Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. The changing leaves, golden light, Halloween, sweaters, apple picking, and the comfort of building an evening bonfire to stay warm as the nights cool down – it’s my favorite season!
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Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. I’m sharing 14 celebrations to inspire your fall wedding!
A neutral palette, with a focus on black and dark gray as one of the main shades.