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.
Ocean Grove holds a special place in my heart as one of my favorite places to surf at the shore. When Angie & Tom approached me to shoot their awesome, laid-back beach wedding AND include Tom’s surfboard in some shots… I kept my composure and (seriously) counted the days! After saying their “I do’s” on the beach, they went back to The Majestic to party and dance as husband and wife.
Anyone who knows Megan & Craig will tell you these two are head-over-tattooed-heels for each other. As in they couldn’t stop staring at each other, couldn’t stop making each other laugh, couldn’t stop dancing and couldn’t stop kissing (even after a little “cake fight”). Their wedding day felt like a party from start to finish, with family and friends celebrating the new husband and wife.