On Saturday April 4th, I assisted the super brilliant photography team of Carla Ten Eyck and Mike Romano for a gorgeous wedding at the Saybrook Point Inn in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. What a beautiful venue! Check it:
Jaime has a quiet moment right before she has her hair done
Pretty little detail
I dare you to tell me what is special about this image - apart from the fact that I took a ring shot with an iron dog...
The girls getting ready
Carla and Mike both got some amazing shots of Jaime and her fantastic expressions while she was getting ready, but I couldn't resist posting this moment - so fun!
Look at this cutie munchkin catching a little nap before the ceremony began. Oh and the best part about him (aside from his beautiful red hair that I absolutely love!) - his name was Charlie!!!
Jaime's brother walked her down the aisle. I just love Jaime's expression here:
Signed, sealed, and delivered!
Possibly one of my favorite photos of all times...
Now, one of the best parts about working with Carla is watching her get ideas and then execute upon them. She gets these visions of locations where she would like to photograph the bride and groom and their bridal party. Carla had in her head that this following wall would be a perfect spot for some fun photos. Despite a little bit of friendly ribbing and questioning from some of the involved party, there was a unanimous consensus at the end of the night that these were indeed some super shots. I am not going to post the large group shots since those were all orchestrated by Mrs. Ten Eyck (go to Carla and Mike's blog for those) - but I did shoot in tight so I got a couple of things that were a little different. Here goes...
These girls were rockin' OUT!!!!
And another wall - since it was too windy to go to the actual beach - Carla made do and found a substitute instead!
And finally it was time to head inside to get some dancing on!
Jaime and Chris - thanks so much for having me, I wish you both the very, very best!!!
Carla and Mike - thank you both for a super fun day! :)