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Bonjour everyone, I have some more Western Mass Wedding Photography for you!
I am thrilled to announce Ashleigh and Ben’s marriage. They have been together for 5 years and met on their high school bus.
As for the proposal,
“He came over with flowers and a photo album with pictures of us. After the last photo he wrote a little note saying the red roses were for all the years I have loved you and the white for the years I promise to love you in the future. Will you marry me”?
The ceremony was truly breathtaking, arrowhead acres certainly has an amazing spot in the back to get married. As you will see from the photos the grounds were picturesque.
I had a chance to ask Ashleigh about her experience of working with me on her wedding day and this is what she had to say.
“Excellent! Our familes have nicknamed Greg our wedding day mouse. I would close my eyes and he’d be gone and open them and he’d be back. He was polite, got all the photos we wanted and our guests loved our same day slideshow”.
My gown was from Maggie Sottero. I looked so many times and tried on over 100 dresses from over 6 stores. I As soon as I put my gown on I knew,, it was perfect. Romantic, lacy, and had cap sleves.
Relax! All the little stresses (and the big ones) will eventually be worth it. Try to soak up everything you can because the day really does go by so fast. And eat! Don’t forget that detail when you’re getting ready
Wish you could have been there, too, blog readers! At least you can live through the pictures!
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Western Massachusetts Wedding Photographer Captures Beautiful Fall Wedding!
There are lots of well know locations to photograph weddings in Western Massachusetts and this was not one of them. Oh don’t get me wrong there was nothing wrong with this little location in the Berkshires. In fact it was nothing short of a breathtaking, beautiful, fall wedding day.
If you are wondering how you go about getting married at the Hume Christen Camp in the Berkshires, well you have to know someone. Erika and Daniel both work at the camp so they definitely had the inside track.
Erika created most of the decorations herself and did a wonderful job. Such beautiful decorations over and around the alter and I loved her wooden here comes the bride sign.
I am a huge fan of music so the reception was exceptional to document. They have quite a couple of musical families. The Grooms Brother played guitar and sang, the Groom sang a song and played his guitar also. Probably the most entertaining performance was when the maid of honor and her husband (who also performed the ceremony) gave the toast. It was no doubt the most unique toast I have seen as they rapped the whole toast, and did quite entertaining job of it!
From the photo below it is easy to see why a fall foliage, October wedding is so popular in Western Massachusetts, simply gorgeous!
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