Jess and Ben’s wedding at the Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu was just a dream and a photography heaven! I really can’t describe it. Just take a look at these photos. So many different places to take them for photos and the views are just stunning. Most of the details were diy and made by Jess. She really put a lot of thought into the wedding and made it a big production which came together perfectly. I guess if you put together events for a living putting together your own wedding is a breeze. I love these guys and it was just so special flying out to California to document their awesome day!
These two had a gorgeous Maine Camp Wedding. They stayed at Camp Takajo all weekend along with family and friends. When the big day came around on Sunday it looked like it was gonna rain but luckily there was only one big shower early afternoon and it was all clear the rest of the day!
This wedding was extra special to me because Isa and I went to high school together. It was great being up in Maine and covering their beautiful wedding. These two were awesome and such good sports. They walked onto the floating dock as did their whole wedding party and it got a little dicey after a boat passed and left a big wave. I’m very relieved to say everyone made it back dry!
The ceremony was outside. Again, lucky us because even though the clouds stuck around after the rain it stayed dry and we didn’t have to go with plan B – having it inside. After the ceremony they had the cocktail hour outside by the main cabin and moved inside for the reception. Pencil Events did an amazing job decorating and everything looked beautiful inside.
All in all an amazing wedding and one of my favorite weddings ever!
What can I say, this was my last wedding of the 2013 season and it couldn’t have ended with a better couple! They got married at reBar in Dumbo, one of my favorite venues and we did a lot of portraits around Brooklyn, one of my favorite things to do. So yes, this was an awesome wedding last wedding. The wedding was in December so it was a chilly one but that didn’t deter us from taking lots of outdoor photos. We started at their place in Park Slope, went to Prospect Park and then headed to Dumbo via train. Again, very cool! They had the ceremony at reBar and after that it was an all out party.
The reason I love reBar weddings is that everything is very casual. The dinner is cocktail style so there is no formal seating, you can sit down anywhere, and the food is always an amazing buffet. Because of that you never have to stop dancing and there was always someone on the dance floor. Basically it’s always a party!
After 4 years of photographing weddings and attending about 130 I thought it be fun to show off some of my favorite images. I love all the different details in a wedding: dresses, bouquets, cakes, shoes, etc. This is the first post of my details series and as you can see its all about the shoes. Couples spent months if not years planing for that one special day and I wanted to share what they chose and maybe get you inspired for your own wedding.
I’m still deciding what to focus on next. Let me know what you’d like to see. Maybe dresses, cakes, favors? Just leave a note in the comment section.