I've known Shannon since college and always thought of her as the sweetest soul. So it came as no surprise that she found an equally endearing husband. I actually enjoyed my entire day with Shannon and Nick and smiled the entire time I edited this wedding. It was a day full of love and joy, you just can't make these moments up! Congrats you guys and blessings on your marriage.
It's no secret, I love being a wedding photographer. However, it's not every night that I sit down to edit photos and start grinning ear-to-ear as I relive the experience. Spending the day with Natalie and Cory was an honor and going back through each moment was nearly as fun. There was a lot of joy on this particular day, and the snow only added to the glow of the couple. Second Congregational Church in downtown Manchester was a gorgeous location for the ceremony and A Villa Louisa in Bolton, CT was a gracious host. Thank you for the pleasure of photographing your wedding, Natalie and Cory, you now have a day full of love and joy to look back on for years to come.
It is easy to love a couple that is so obviously head over heels for each other, like these two! From the moment we showed up at the beautiful Gwyn Careg Inn in Pomfret, CT, we were swept into a day of bliss. After the threat of heavy rain, the sky lightened and everyone's spirits lifted as the sun peeked from behind the clouds. We spent time with one of the most cheerful bridal parties in the world as Arielle had her hair and makeup done in an ornate room. The rest of the day was a whirlwind as we enjoyed a sunny ceremony and even spent a few minutes at the stunning chapel at the Pomfret School. To round off the day, we stole the bride and groom away to the pond at the bottom of the hill, behind the Inn.
One of my favorite moments of the day was when Arielle and Chris decided to go spend a few minutes looking over the pond without any company. They sat alone, breathing in the day and enjoying momentary solitude. Not enough couples do this on their wedding day and I believe that those five or ten minutes remind you about the why of the event.
Thank you for letting us spend the day with you, Arielle and Chris! We wish you the best.