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I had way too much fun with Cara and Ginny, I laughed so hard that my cheeks hurt. These two played a quick round of rock-paper-scissors to decide who went first with their vows. Their ceremony was beautiful, and afterwards we had endless fun with the photos. Thank you so much, Cara and Ginny, for having me capture your spectacular elopement at Basin Harbor Club!

  • Erin - October 19, 2014 - 12:28 am

    Beautiful pictures of a wonderful couple!!! Cara, you look so much like your mom walking down the aisle- in your smile and in her spirit shining through. How lucky Ginny is to have you, and how lucky we are to have her in the family!!ReplyCancel

Lisa and Katy’s elopement at Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, VT, had a serendipitous force attached to it. The moment we walked onto the ceremony site, Lisa and Katy looked down and saw several dimes in the exact location they stood to marry. Finding dimes is something that’s become a strange occurrence for Lisa since her grandmother passed away this past year. And here they were again on one of the most special days of her life. I enjoyed every moment of capturing your elopement, Lisa and Katy, and send you a huge congratulations and a wonderful time at your reception!

Mackenzie and Mark’s wedding at Isham Family Farm in Williston, Vermont, was gorgeous. The bride and her bridesmaids arrived by hay ride to the ceremony site, which had the most outstanding view. I loved draping the wedding party on the red tractor for group shots after the ceremony. Mackenzie looked absolutely stunning and I couldn’t stop capturing the rustic details of this wedding–everything from the flowers to the vintage glass vases was perfectly executed and could not have been better suited for the 1850’s carriage barn reception site. Congratulations Mackenzie and Mark, thank you so much for having me capture your spectacular day!

Laura and Patrick’s wedding day weather was filled with unpredictable downpours. I love how thunderstorms are both exciting and cozy. It changed their plans for an outdoor ceremony, but it created the perfect lighting for photos once the rain died down. The bride could not have been more beautiful and their ceremony could not have been more special, much because Laura’s father married them. I had a fantastic time arranging some creative photos of their large wedding party. And the way they wrapped up their night certainly sparked a photographic flame in me. I’ve seen sparklers at weddings, but they created a huge sparkler tunnel that the couple walked through. It was absolutely stunning and quite a sendoff. Congratulations, Laura and Patrick, I loved capturing your day!