Thursday, December 1, 2011

Carolyn + Dave: Married

Looking for a burst of happy? Well, you've come to the right place at the right time! Carolyn and Dave's wedding is filled with such great color, handcrafted details, and so much love you're bound to smile. I remember when Carolyn and I first met we discussed her mad knitting skills and our shared love for crafty stuff. When I found out I would be photographing her wedding I think I squealed!

So many beautiful things were made for Carolyn and Dave's wedding. And with so much color in every detail it totally reflected the happiness they shared. A few things to note as you make your way through their wedding day: the shawl and parasol cozy were both knitted by Carolyn. Amazing! Carolyn's necklace was made with pearls her grandparents bought for her over the years. Their invitation was created locally but inspired by Carolyn. All the flowers were arranged by a super talented friend; love the yarn wrapped around the bouquets:) With such crafty goodness in the house I had to list the many talents who made this day so bright, including the talented Lynne Graves who helped me photograph the day!

Big love to Carolyn and Dave and their beautiful families! Thank you for letting me practice the craft I know the best on your awesome day. To you I raise a glass and wish you much love and happiness on your mahwedge!

Ceremony: Mount Holyoke College - Abbey Chapel
Reception: The Carriage House at the Barney Estate
Cupcakes: Gregory's Pastry Shop
Flowers: Edge Floral Design
JP: Dale Desmarias
Bride's dress: Sophia Tolli from Pearl Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids dresses: Alfred Sung
Makeup: Makeup Artistry by Liz
Bride's jewelry: Roxy's
Cufflinks: SquishySushi on Etsy
Invitations: Paradise Copies

Don't miss the smashing slide show of Carolyn + Dave's wedding at the end of this post!





















This photo, taken by Lynne, is perfect because Dave had essentially lost his voice that day. Big love!












2 comments:

  1. A lovely, memorable album – bravo!

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  2. Wow! Stunning photos. The details are really nice and beautiful. Great job! :)

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