Katelyn and Will's wedding was absolutely beautiful. It was a perfect October day for a classic Ocean Cliff wedding. Katelyn and the girls had their hair and make-up done by Serai Hair & Makeup. Katelyn is one of the most photogenic brides I've had the pleasure of shooting, and she looked radiant. We stopped along Ledge Road for pictures on our way to Ocean Cliff. Chris Walsh Video's drone was hovering above us - crazy, but his videos are awesome. Ocean Cliff looked amazing - the tables were decorated with flower by Semia, and lanterns Katelyn's mom had collected for the wedding. Katelyn and Will got everyone on the dance floor immediately after their first dance and there was even a flash mob dance at some point. It was a really great night!
Kara & Dave's wedding was a really fun event. Both the bride and groom are very laid back and really enjoyed a stress-free, fun day together. Kara and the girls wore flowing J.Crew dresses, which were perfect for a July day. The flowers were done by Golden Gate with tons of fresh orchids. The invitations, table number and seating cards were beautifully made by Paper Moss (Best of Boston Stationary) with a sketch of the Newport bridge.
Nine years to the day passed before these high school sweethearts finally tied the knot. Chris and Kristen's wedding was an all around happy event with lots of bright colors. I absolutely loved Kristen's crystal headband with ribbons that flowed down her back. Her pocketed dress was perfect for her and she looked like a beautiful ballerina. Chris has an identical twin brother who gave a great best man speech about a common question all twins get. "Everyone has always asked if Chris and I have ever pretended to be one another - we never have, but today would be the day, because Kristen looks so beautiful." Great speech for a great couple. I wish them all the love and happiness in the world.
I usually start my blog posts off with the girls getting dressed but for Lindsay and Paul's wedding it had to be the guys. I think this is a first, champagne instead of beer and I love it! Lindsay was one of the most adorable brides I've ever photographed. I loved her side bun by Wedding Tresses. Her slim fitting dress made for an awesome silhoutte.Lindsay's mom (Patricia Cammett) did the flowers for the wedding and they were not only beautiful, but unique. I loved the mix of striped ribbon and starfish.This pose by the mirror gave me a heart attack as the girls were posed near the edge of the couch over looking the stairs. It was cute, but we won't do this again!
Alex and Ani bracelets were the bridesmaid's gifts. Erik & Jenna Album
Jenna & Erik's wedding was pretty near perfect. Everyone was in a fantastic mood when we we arrived and it was really fun being around such a close, fun family. Jenna looked amazing in a relaxed "Grecian" way. We started with pictures of the girls on Malm's property in East Greenwich and then headed to Channing Memorial in downtown Newport for the ceremony. OceanCliff was beautiful as always with flowers by Stone Blossom, and we were able to capture bride and groom on the back lawn. This bridal party was hysterical - everyone of them entered with a bang when introduced. By the end of the night there was mist surrounding the building which made an amazing backdrop for photos in the arch.
Loved the American girl doll with matching outfit!We actually found a moment with no cars parked in front of the church for these shots - pretty amazing on Memorial Day weekend!
Saila and Bharat met at Brenton Point to see each other for the first time. The bridal party and their parents were all there to see the moment. This was my first Indian wedding and it was memorable. The colors were amazing and the traditions were beautiful. Saila was a stunning bride in both her wedding dress and red sari. Bharat is a lucky man! Both families were so happy all day and it was a pleasure to share in the celebration. The Indian priest was a character - he cracked everyone up as he explained the ceremony play by play. The ceremony went about an hour longer than scheduled and it was dark before we knew it. It made for great pictures as there was fire involved!