It’s all in the details

July 1, 2013 § 1 Comment

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Fine and Feathered Wedding Details

This weekend I was lucky enough to be the photo stylist / second shooter for an adorable wedding. I beat the other photographer to the reception so I walked around with my camera and took some shots. My favorite weddings are always the ones that think of all the details, and really show the couples personalities, and this is officially one of my favorite weddings I've ever been to (even counting the super-expensive ones I did when I was working for a wedding planner). There's a lot of cute weddings these days, but this one wasn't just cute, you could tell everything was 100% personal to the bride and groom. It was "country rockabilly" and the reception was in the couple's backyard right by their horse's pasture, their friends all rode in their classic cars, and for the thank-you gifts there was a table set up with Jersey fresh produce and plants you could choose from. They also had some really smart details, like setting out all-natural bug spray on each table – a definite need for an outdoor summer wedding!

The details are always my favorite:) What are some favorite weddings details you've seen?

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§ One Response to It’s all in the details

  • Kari says:

    I love it when weddings have a ton of details that are really special to the bride and groom. This one looks awesome. One of my favorite details from my wedding was walking down the aisle in a little church in a garden to a guitar player singing Van Morrison’s “These Are the Days”. I loved having a song that was really special to the two of us playing as I walked in. It made everything feel more us.

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