A wonderful wedding at the Burr Homestead in Fairfield. As usual, I am behind on my blog posts, but I also took some engagement pictures of the (incredibly patient) Layla and Tim that I hope to post next/soon.
Venetian Wedding Photography
I recently had the honor of document Sarah and Alaa’s wedding reception at the Venetian in New Jersey and it was a ton of fun.
I really limited the number of pictures I posted from this one, as I plan on making sort of a double post with some of their engagement pictures as well (check back soon!). The Venetian was great (as always), and better yet, I got to take portraits not only at The Palisades (interstate) Park (which many New Yorks will recognize as the mysterious big green area you see when you look across the Hudson. If you ever have the chance, you should go! It is really just right on the other side of the George Washington Bridg), but I also got to steal them away again for a few more portraits after the reception had ended; a rare treat for the photographer! All-in-all, I could not have been happier with the pictures. Actually, the very last image in this post is I think one of my favorite of the season. It was just this really naturally wonderful moment, and I was so excited that I was able to get it.
Harkness Memorial Park Wedding Photos
A recent wedding from one of my favorite spots: Eolia mansion at Hartford memorial state park in Waterford Connecticut. If you haven’t been, I highly recommend it. It was built in 1906, and is not only one of the great wedding spots, but is also my number one choice of where to would live if I ever become a zillionaire. The house is just sort of got that amazing old world construction, and is about 100 feet from the Long Island Sound. In short, it is simply incredible. Add into the mix amazing wedding, and a wonderful (not to mention photogenic!) couple and you a recipe for a wedding photographer’s dream wedding come to life. A quick warning, I probably posted too many pictures, but I couldn’t help myself…
Waterford Wedding Photos