This engagement session makes me really miss Boston! Captured by Deborah Zoe Photography, Sarah and Ed spent a gorgeous October day wandering the streets of Boston’s North End neighborhood. Starting with pictures along the waterfront, and ending with a sweet street side cannoli, this session is filled with North End charm. I especially adore the ring shot in the cannoli cream!
This is a very classic wedding, yet it includes many simplified details that add a touch modernism. Photographed by The R2 Studio, Jessica and Chase were married last January in Chandler, Arizona in an elegant outdoor ceremony. A beautiful, deep, eggplant purple complements the otherwise ivory attire and decor, adding a pop of color to this winter wedding. A few words from the bride:
“Chase and I wanted our wedding to radiate a feeling of simple elegance. Classic touches of eggplant and ivory complimented our January wedding perfectly! We made a lot of the decorations on our own, including our centerpieces. This saved us a lot of money and it was also a great way to get exactly the look we wanted. Our wedding day was amazing and we had so much fun! One of the fun touches we added to our winter wedding was a hot chocolate bar! It was a huge hit and our guests loved it. Our day was absolutely perfect as we celebrated our classic love in true classic and elegant fashion!”
I can’t get enough of the dreamy light and perfect touches of nautical detailing in this modern Yacht Club wedding. Captured by A Guy + A Girl Photography, Kate and Damon were married last September at the Eastern Point Yacht Club in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The ceremony took place in a gorgeous setting, overlooking the boat-filled bay. Following the ceremony, guests celebrated with the couple in the club house, enjoying local beer from Mayflower, Harpoon, Ipswich, and Cape Ann breweries. Mini cupcakes and cookies that were thoughtfully displayed on vintage glassware in lieu of a traditional wedding cake. The reception decor included flower arrangements in vintage cheese shipping cases and pops of red were used to unify all the details.
A few words from the photographer:
“Kate and Damon stood on a rock at the edge of the water, overlooking a bay full of boats. As they embraced, the sun seemed to wrap a warm blanket of light around them, creating a moment of privacy to enjoy their new bond. They had said their vows, just minutes earlier and mere steps away from where they now stood. Between the light and the boats peacefully bobbing in the bay behind them, gone with the wind’s theme song grew louder in my head and for just a moment I was distracted by the perfection of it all. I turned back toward Kate and Damon and looking at them through the lens, I realized they weren’t distracted, they had been whisked away to another world where only they existed. Just for a moment.”