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Channa & Sherriff Married; Aria

You have to be brave to plan a wedding for this time of year because you never know if there will be a blizzard or 70 degree weather on your special day.  You just have to love crazy New England weather!  Luckily, Channa and Sherriff were excited at the thought of snow so I knew…

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Tori & Karl Married; The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station

I’m so happy to share my last wedding of the year and I couldn’t have asked for a better couple to end it with!  Not only were Tori and Karl so sweet with each other, they braved the frigid cold air and crazy wind to have their first look down by the river.  After we…

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Irish & Waleed Married; The Spinning Wheel

Happy Friday and also a happy day to share another beautiful wedding!  Irish and Waleed are a super sweet couple and we loved spending the day with them and their families.  They lucked out and had a beautiful warm and sunny day which isn’t always the case at the end of October.  After the ceremony,…

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Paige & Paul Married; The Inn at Longshore

The Inn at Longshore is such a beautiful place on the water and I was thrilled to photograph Paige and Paul’s special day there.  These two are just great people and together they make an awesome couple!  They met while acting on the set of Shrek which I thought was just the cutest and such…

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Kimberly & Edward Married; The Barns at Wesleyan Hills

October was a beautiful month weather-wise for all of the weddings that I photographed.  I’m pretty sure it’s because of the two couples of mine this year that followed the “bury the bourbon” myth.  Kimberly and Edward were my second couple to carry out the tradition among their friends and they ended up with a…

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