Some of my favorite weddings are the simplest. Reneé and Adam had less than fifty people at their early fall wedding on the shores of Lake Placid at High Peaks Resort. They got ready together in a room that had a sweeping view of the lake and overlooked the ceremony spot. They also had their dog with them – I adore when couples include their dogs in their wedding weekend! Reneé and Adam gave their big day an elegant, simple ambiance that bigger weddings often miss out on, allowing them to relax and celebrate with their closest friends and family. Congratulations to you both!
Hey everyone! You may remember our post from last month that for every wedding booked during September, we’d be donating 5% of our shooting fee to the United Way Vermont Disaster Relief Fund. We are so happy to announce that after tallying up our bookings in September, we were able to donate $526 to the fund! Those with 2012 weddings, keep an eye out for a fall booking deal coming up soon. 🙂
Jen and Nate were wed on what was widely predicted to be a stormy day, but turned out to be gorgeous instead. Camp Canaras is a lovely little spot on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks. We loved how they took off in a boat right after the ceremony for a romantic ride around Saranac Lake, and came back just in time for their introduction. The camp setting kept it casual, and an open bar, fireworks and a live band made for a great party all night. Congrats Jen and Nate!
Cupcakes: Lake Flour Bakery
Band: City Rhythm
Flowers: Trillium Florist (Tupper Lake, NY, 518 359 7572)
Reception Caterer: Adirondack Artisan Catering
Bride and Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew
Tent and Rentals: Vermont Tent Company
Ceremony Guitarist: Steve Borst (Saranac Lake, NY 518 891 1122)
Angela and Fletcher are getting hitched at the Inn at Essex next August. For their engagement shoot we opted to keep it simple, and took a stroll around Oakledge Park right here in Burlington. The simplicity of the shoot and beautiful light are I think what really made the photos stand out on this one. I especially loved playing with our 24 tilt shift lens around the tree line. Can’t wait to work with these two as their wedding gets closer!
We had never been to the White Rocks Inn Bed and Breakfast before Greg and Amy’s wedding last month. Little did we know what a picturesque, country-perfect hideaway it is. The weather cooperated beautifully all day, and between Amy’s attention to detail and the ambiance of White Rocks, we had a hell of a time choosing less than 50 selects for the blog. The two of them kept it simple, with less than 100 guests and no bridal party. The simplicity of the day allowed them to celebrate their love with their closest family and friends without too many bothersome details weighing them down. We had a great time celebrating with these two. Congratulations, Amy and Greg!