It’s like winning the lottery shooting a couple like Alyssa & Jonathan: easy to work with, naturally good-looking and able to pose with almost no direction (“Alyssa, I need your inner black swan” and “Jonathan, now she’s floating away”). We made quite a few stops for their engagement session, and they looked great together all over Asbury Park.
Megan & Christian’s wedding at Ariana’s Grand had it all: a beautiful bride & groom, great food, lots of dancing, and plenty of creativity. When I noticed the groomsmen had gotten matching tattoos in their ears(!), I knew this wedding would be one-of-a-kind. It was an amazing day, with the only downside being (like any great party) it was over too fast.
It’s rare to see two people complement each other perfectly. I thought this when I met Amanda & Brandon earlier this year, for an engagement shoot on a somewhat cold winter’s day. There was a way Brandon made sure Amanda was warm without thinking, almost like it was second nature. Their wedding day was filled with moments like this; the way they talked and laughed together, the way they danced together, and the way they said “I do” together.
There are few certainties in life. One I’ve learned is if the bride is wearing boots, it will be an unforgettable wedding. Leigh & Eddie did not disappoint; the party was in full swing from saying “I do” at The Berkeley to the after-party at Anchor’s Bend.
It’s easy to take photos of two people so clearly in love with one another. Beth & Jeremy exchanged their vows (and their love) in Point Pleasant Beach, dancing the rest of the night away as husband and wife.