Alex & Sebastian are getting ready for their wedding at a French chateau next summer. To hold them over until then, they chose to rendezvous at a decidedly Parisian restaurant, Pascal & Sabine. Afterwards, we were joined by Louie, their Portugese Water Dog, for a little stroll around Asbury Park.
These two couldn’t keep their eyes off each other… and can you blame them? They looked stunning throughout their wedding day; from exchanging their own vows to hanging off the back of a trolley. Is it cliché to say they look like Barbie & Ken? Maybe, but they were definitely made for each other.
A wedding day can be as much an adventure as it is a celebration. Luckily, Katie & Jason were 100% down for adventure. They didn’t even hesitate when I suggested we go outside for a photo… in a thunderstorm. Katie took Jason by the hand and ran through the rain to some train tracks behind the Bradford Estate. The lightning behind them was a perfect metaphor for this couple; there was a non-stop electricity between them all day.
Have you ever been to a wedding you wish you could go to again and again? For me, that was Leah and Matt’s wedding in Geneva. Am I slightly biased about this awesome wedding? Maybe. One thing’s for sure, their wedding day was a lot like the newlyweds; gorgeous, laid-back and fun.
It doesn’t get much easier than shooting a beautiful wedding on a beautiful day at a beautiful venue. That was the case with Brooke & Larry’s wedding in Rumson. They exchanged vows at the Salt Creek Grille on a perfect sunny day with a breathtaking view of the Navesink behind them, and their closest family and friends by their side.