Where there any unique traditions that made the reception or ceremony memorable?
“I have photographed A LOT of weddings over the last ten years as a wedding photographer, but this was the very first time I had ever seen or photographed a DOUBLE WEDDING!! Not only was it a double wedding – the brides are sisters who had been with their now husbands for a combined 50 years before getting married!!! I can’t imagine I will ever photograph another wedding quite like it!”
Where there any children involved in the ceremony or reception that were memorable?
“Ellie’s daughters and Bea’s nieces were their bridesmaids, and one my favorite parts of the day was seeing them help their mom and aunt get dressed before the ceremony. The time when the bride gets into her dress is my favorite part of every wedding day because that is the moment when everything gets really real. I love how emotional that portion of the day can be, especially for the mother of the bride. It was remarkable to see the role reversal and shift in emotions between parent and child this time!”
What made the wedding venue special?
“Watercolor is one of the prettiest venues in our area and it is always such a treat to photograph weddings there! The landscaping is immaculate everywhere you turn and makes for the loveliest backgrounds for portraits, particularly when golden hour light filters through the trees in Cerulean Park!”
What was your favorite detail from the wedding day?
“Photographing the details is such a fun part of my day! I really enjoy finding just the right spot for them, arranging everything just so, and having a few minutes to notice the small things that couples put so much thought and time into. I LOVED that all of their details were duplicated! Two GORGEOUS dresses, two bouquets, two rings…It was much fun to spend double the time photographing two of everything!!”
Primary Photographer: Tiffany