Anna and Paul

There is something about a seaside town that makes everything that much more peaceful. The same could be said about Anna and Paul’s Manchester, MA backyard wedding. A stones throw to the beach, they held their ceremony under a large oak tree in Anna’s parents yard. These kinds of events are my jam- the tranquility of being surrounded by friends and family, while at home where all your memories are, is something special. That feeling quickly turned to excitement as their party started. Who knew you could have so much fun under a tent in your backyard?!? Congratulations guys!!

Monica and Brian

Monica and Brian had their wedding the day after thanksgiving, which gave everything that much more of a sense of love if you ask me. From start to finish, all I saw were smiles. Monica and Brian both brought a lot of love to their wedding, and it was a real pleasure to be present. As for the locations, all I can say is WOW! A beautiful church followed up by a barn by the hillside? Yes please! The Barn at Gibbet Hill is a charming little building, rustic in all it’s New England glory- makes me feel right at home. All I can say is congrats guys, your big day was one I’ll always remember.

David and Marissa

David and Marissa’s wedding day was what you would picture when dreaming about the ‘perfect’ summer afternoon wedding. Right on the ocean, the Eolia Mansion at Harkness State Park provides one of the most tranquil venue views you can ask for. With their ceremony right by the waters edge, surrounded by friends and family, I don’t think I’ve witnessed a more peaceful wedding. Sharing David and Marissa’s wedding day with them was everything I love about wedding photography.