One of the sweetest parts of Sarah and Jonathan’s wedding at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society was Jonathan’s surprise to Sarah. Jonathan had been in an a capella group in college, and the group came to the wedding. When we arrived at Elm Bank, having driven from their ceremony, the group came out, and Jonathan serenaded Sarah with the group as his backup. Sarah was totally surprised and teary-eyed and it was so lovely to capture for them.



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Carolynn and Stephen had their wedding in one of my favorite places – seacoast Maine. Their ceremony was on the cliff overlooking the water at the Stage Neck Inn in York Harbor, while the reception was in the cozy dining room with views of the shores. Carolynn and Stephen chose to keep their guest list very small, and I always love intimate weddings. They really place an emphasis on family and good friends, love, support, and laughter.

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  • October 14, 2011 - 10:53 am

    Kay Mackey - A fairytale wedding. Such beautiful photos of a very important life choice of two cherished people. I hope these photos will always bring you wonderful memories. You both deserve all the best life has to offer.
    My dearest friend was looking down on all of us and is exceedingly happy.

  • October 26, 2011 - 3:25 pm

    carol lieb - fantastic photographs… beautiful setting.. bride… moment!

Kerri and Andrew were married in the sunny field at The Barn at Gibbet Hill. It was a bright day and the blues that Kerri chose for the women’s dresses mimicked the depth of blue in the sky.  Kerri, Andrew, and I share a love for the outdoors, and I loved how they used trees and tree names in their decor. The personal touch was their hard work on lots of origami, something that I’ve always admired but have never attempted!




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  • October 6, 2011 - 8:12 am

    Alison Mongiello - Kerri and Andrew,

    BEAUTIFUL photos !! You’re both so photogenic. One really gets the feel of the event from the photos; amazing photography.

    I’m so happy for you both. Again, Congratulations !



Lyndsey and Charlie were married in the lakes region of New Hampshire on Labor Day weekend. And who can resist a wedding where the bride arrives by boat? All of the activities surrounded the lake, and because Charlie’s family runs a greenhouse and nursery, colorful flowers were included in the decor at Church Landing. Since water is the main theme here, to refresh your memory on their engagement session by boat, click here.

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  • October 5, 2011 - 2:42 pm

    Channing Johnson - Absolutely wonderful, Joyelle.

  • October 5, 2011 - 3:46 pm

    west - Thanks, Channing!