Let me start off by saying that I am sitting at my computer in my new office chair. YES… a new, comfy, rolling office chair. No more wooden stationary chair thank the lord. I can’t tell you the difference this chair is going to make in my life. Honestly, I was like a giddy school girl when I saw that it was delivered. I couldn’t get home fast enough to put it together. And yes, I did most of it myself. Well, that is until Eric got home and he decided WE “needed” to go for a run. Yes, I said a run. I don’t run. I think its torture, but seeing that two of my best friends are getting married within the year and I have to wear a fitted dress and stand with skinny girls I guess I should run. After trying every single excuse to get out of it I decided that the sooner we went the sooner I could get back and finish putting together my chair. I honestly thought I was going to cry. I hated every single second of it. I told myself that if I made it home without stopping yet AGAIN, I would buy myself a dress as a reward. So looks like I’m going shopping tomorrow!!!
Moving on. This past Friday I had the pleasure of shooting Cynthia and Jason’s wedding. When I woke up and looked out the window it was dark and rainy. I was so devastated. Their wedding was outside at the most amazing venue ever. As the day went on the weather didn’t budge. As I drove to Beverly the sun started to peak through. I couldn’t have been happier. I knew that with such an amazing couple, their gorgeous venue, and awesome weather we could create some magic. Cynthia and Jason opted to do a “first look” which allowed us for a bit more time to take photos. There were so many emotional parts to this day and I am so honored that I was able to capture all of it.Sarah Hildebrandt came along for the day and was such a great help. Cynthia and Jason, I am so happy for the two of you and you guys are so amazing in every way!!
HERE WE GO…
I couldn’t love this picture more. Cynthia’s mom is zipping her sisters dress, who is then zipping Cynthia’s dress.
It was so hard for me to narrow down the images of Cynthia to post.
One of my favorite parts of the wedding is doing portraits of the bride. It’s my goal for each of my brides to look at her portraits and feel like she was the most beautiful bride in the world. Cynthia, I hope you feel that way with this image.
Jason, waiting for Cynthia for the “first look”
GULP… this was so emotional that even I got teared up…
the fabulous wedding party
Cynthias dad was so adorable and so proud.
Misselwood at Endicott College in Beverly, MA
Both sets of parents
Husband and Wife
Checking out the new bling
Check out Cynthias dream cake from Konditor Meistor
Sarah grabbed this awesome shot
And as they left they ran through a path of sparklers. FABULOUS
Hope that you two are having a fantastic time on your honeymoon!!!