When Emily suggested Provincetown for their engagement session, she didn’t know if I would want to drive all the way to the tip of Cape Cod. Um…of course I would! I absolutely adore Provincetown, and love any excuse to travel to the Cape. We met up at the stables at the West End of town and the light and scenery were absolutely gorgeous! Emily and Nathaniel were a little wary at the beginning but they warmed right up to me, it also helps that they are a great looking couple! They took me to all of their favorite spots in PTown, the Lobster Pot (which happens to be one of my favorite spots too!), the pier, the beach, and to the monument. We ended up moving the session up in time (but kept it after the Pats game, of course!), and I am so glad that we did…we had so much time to walk around and chat and the clouds rolled in right as we were finishing up! These two are adorable and I can’t wait for their wedding next year at the Rose and Goat.
I love weddings, I can not say that enough. I love each and every love story, and each and every wedding day. I love watching the moments unfold, and two lives be joined into one. I love capturing those moments that are fleeting and saving them through pictures for years to come. Ashley and Joe, along with their sweet daughter Frankie, came together with their families on Saturday beneath an old oak tree. They held hands, cried, laughed, and released butterflies to represent their love.
Joe’s reaction to their first look was what every girl imagines, he was absolutely speechless. The two of them are so full of love and laughter that their portraits were such a breeze. The venue is also gorgeous, and there are so many different backdrops for photos.
Magda from Magdalena Events put together a stunning reception under a sailcloth tent amidst the corn fields, and Heirloom Fire put on a culinary show that I can NOT stop talking about…seriously! The reception was fabulous with great music and everyone danced and laughed into the night.
Thanks to all of the vendors that helped:
Venue: Worthington Inn
Planning and Design: Magdalena Events
Catering: Heirloom Fire
Dress: Bridal Barn
DJ: Bob Raina
Justice of the Peace: Jerry Cibley
Band: King Country
I loved everything about Holly and Shane’s wedding. Technically, they were already married in April in Jamaica, so this was just a big party to celebrate with their family and friends. The two of them got ready in the farm house surrounded by their family and friends. This was seriously, one of the most laid back wedding parties ever! Part of their ceremony was watching the video from their Jamaica wedding and then kicking it off with their first dance at the farm. You can see at the very end, Shane dips Holly and she loses her floral crown. Despite rain, wind, and cold, Holly and Shane along with their bridal parties and family came outside for some pictures. It was totally worth it. At the very end the rain lightened up and the fog rolled down the hill in the back, it was spectacular!
Cake: Pete’s Sweets
Florals: Tangled Grapevine
DJ: Gary Jones
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Get ready for engagement season 🙂 I have seriously the best couples, and am so thankful for my job! Ryan and Alexa wanted a rustic feel for their engagement session, so Moore State Park was the perfect spot. They were absolutely adorable together and required almost no posing, maybe due in part to Alexa’s picture taking obsession 😉 The weather was gorgeous and just starting to feel like fall, and the sunflower blanket was the perfect way to warm up in the shade. Also, Alexa’s mom whipped that sign up for her….LOVE!Looking for an engagement photographer in Central MA, email me at Brooke@brookeellen.com to chat!
Denise came up with the fabulous idea to do their engagement session at Jamaica Pond. They live in Boston, but wanted something different for their session. This pond was absolutely perfect, we met and walked from their apartment to the lake. The stars aligned and there were two row boats available and one matched the color of Denise’s dress and said “lucky” on the back….I mean, come on! The weather was phenomenal and the sunset was stunning! I had such a blast with these two and managed not to fall in the water either 🙂 I can’t wait for their December wedding at Valley View Farm!Looking for a photographer for your Boston engagement? Email me at Brooke@BrookeEllen.com to chat!