Posted on May 27, 2014

 

 

 

Last weekend I got to photograph a extremely fun wedding at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, NY! Kara & Scott got married on a beautiful spring day this past weekend at Crest Hollow Country.  Kara and Scott picked beautiful shades and pinks as their wedding colors and Kara wore a beautiful mermaid gown!

Kara & Scott decided to do a first look at Planting Fields Arboretum Park!  We later do some more portraits at the  beautiful grounds of Crest Hollow Country Club. I absolutely love shooting here! There soooooo many great spots!  I absolutely loved and had so much fun during their wedding. It was such a lovely event and I’m so happy to have been able to capture it! Kara and Scott congratulations again and I wish you   a lifetime of love, laughter and joy!  Congratulations!!!

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Posted on May 22, 2014

 

I  finally got to photograph a Oheka Castle Wedding! It has been a dream of mines to photograph a wedding at Oheka Castle ever since I got into wedding photography, well it finally came true!  Seriously, this place is amazing and the beautiful light we got that day made me grin from ear to ear!
We started our day early and got some great getting ready shot : ) The bridal suite at Oheka was so beautiful and immaculate.  To top it off the light was incredible!  This place has really amazing natural light,  everywhere I turned the light was to die for! It was such a pretty spring day that we decided to do some bridal portraits outside.

Marianne & Michael are both Army Officers and picked Memorial Day Weekend to get married.  They decided to go with blues, creams and hits of gold for their military wedding.  Marianne chose shades blues and cream hydrangeas and peonies. She wore a beautiful cream wedding dress by Priscilla of Boston. I had such a wonderful time walking around and photographing them! Everywhere I turn there was a dreamy spot for portraits.

My streak of luck with great lighting continue into the ballroom and I was able to get some awesome reception pictures. After a night of great dancing and eating really, really good food, they ended their wedding with a sparkle set off!

Marianne & Michael you guys were so awesome to work with, you truly made my job so easy! thank you both so much for choosing me to photograph your wedding.  I wish you a lifetime of happiness, joy and love! Here is a preview from their wedding day at Oheka Castle.

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