Curling up together with a beverage and a hard-bound book honoring your wedding is pretty spectacular. In a digital time period, I'm all about the tangible. All albums are linen bound, with your names engraved on the front with the date and location on the spine. The pages lay flat, so there's no warping when viewing the photographs.Read More
The invitation to their wedding featured an image of a cork from Robert Hooke's 1665 book "Micrographia," notable as the first book to show illustrations seen through a microscope. I've always been a bit of a bibliophile, so it was a particularly delicious moment for me when I was able to photograph their rings and invitation along with an original copy of this historic volume.
For other couples planning a wedding (or two), Rosy's advises, "It is okay to be unconventional!"Read More
Caitlin & Paul married on June 24, 2017 in pastoral Waitsfield, VT. The rain gave way to a gorgeous, sunny day at the Inn at the Round Barn Farm. Stone walls, lily-pad filled ponds, archways and butterflies made this a beautiful place to celebrate. The two tied the knot at the Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, with a traditional ceremony lead by one of Paul's childhood friends, Grayson. I photographed Caitlin's sister's wedding last year, and it was awesome to visit with the family again and be part of another exemplary wedding.Read More
"Linking arms with my dad, I was already crying, but in that moment everything felt so real. The next moment was even more emotional, walking down the aisle and seeing everyone under the trees. I couldn't believe that everyone came to celebrate with us! Standing under the Madrone tree gazing into Michael's eyes as Captain Mike spoke, I felt so loved and so full of love." - SarahRead More
"The most beautiful moment for me was the minute we included in our ceremony to just look out and around at the community we had gathered there. We held silence for one full minute, and I tried to make eye contact with each of my friends and family members, as well as Chris's. The love I felt being sent out to us was palpable, as I knew that each of them was blessing our wedding in that moment, in their own ways. I knew that I had all of their support, this day, and all days to come, no matter what." - ChristieRead More
Meghan & Andrew married on Saturday, July 23rd, 2016 at All Souls Interfaith Gathering in scenic Shelburne, Vermont. The day was peppered with rainstorms and sunshine and bridesmaids that looked like pink tulips. Meghan & Andrew both live in Texas, but wanted to return to Vermont to tie the knot. Many friends traveled long distances to make it to the celebration, and when it came time for dancing everyone was doing the Texas two-step.Read More