Glen Magna Farms Wedding | Quinnie + Andrea

Quinnie and Andrea’s half-Chinese, half-Italian wedding at Glen Magna Farms was a blast. Impromptu singing by Quinnie, and not just one flash mob but three set the tone for a spontaneous and fun party at a beautiful garden venue.

Day of coordination: Marrero Events | Florist: Karla Cassidy | Caterer: Harvest Catering

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Jessica Ornsby - September 25, 2014 - 12:02 am

loveloveLOVE

Joyelle West Photography - September 25, 2014 - 2:53 pm

Thanks, Jessica!

Patrizia Rigoni - September 26, 2014 - 12:03 pm

!!!!!!!!!!!! Che cosa mi sono persa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hajia Yinka Ademola - September 26, 2014 - 9:03 pm

this is soooooo beautiful

Maire and Brad’s Cape Cod Waterfront Wedding

I have to love a bride who starts off her wedding day with an outdoor yoga class. That vibe pretty much sums up Maire and Brad’s wedding at the Pelham House on Cape Cod. Low-key and fun with elegant touches, and ending with a firepit on the beach. I especially loved Maire’s wedding dress, a sheath of hemp silk handmade by a friend of hers.

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A Berkshires Summer Camp Wedding

Alissa and Stu wanted the focus of their wedding to be spending time with all of their friends and family who were there, so they choose a venue where they could spend the whole weekend with their guests – a summer camp! So in June everyone came together at Chimney Corners Camp in the Berkshires for a fun-filled weekend. Their ceremony was in the outdoor “camp chapel,” a clearing in the woods which was right on the lake, and the reception was in the camp’s dining hall. The whole weekend was perfectly coordinated by Gabrielle Stone of Stone Event Planning.

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Laura - August 26, 2014 - 4:24 pm

This is too cute – I know them! Great job as always – you nailed it! :)

Joyelle - August 26, 2014 - 5:25 pm

Thanks, Laura! :)

A New York City Engagement Session at The Cloisters

Luck and timing helped us squeeze in this engagement session on the day before Shandra moved from New York back to Boston. In between packing boxes, Shandra and Michael headed uptown to The Cloisters, a museum that was once a French monastery but is now apart of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We photographed outside the grounds of the museum and in the park along the Hudson River in Upper Manhattan. Can’t wait for their wedding next year at Tower Hill Botanic Garden!

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Shandra Goldfinger - August 6, 2014 - 11:49 am

Thank you for taking such beautiful pictures of us. Our friends and families love them, and it was pleasure to shoot with you. Can't wait for the wedding!

Joyelle - August 6, 2014 - 11:09 am

Thanks, Shandra! So glad you like them. Can’t wait for the wedding, too!

Jen and Lisa’s Fort Point Engagement Session

I love photographing in an urban setting so when Jen suggested Fort Point for her and Lisa’s engagement session, I was completely game. I loved hanging out with these two women, can’t wait for their October wedding at the Lyman Estate!

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