On the first day of May, in the light of mid-morning, at the lovely Wintergreen Woods, Sarah and Brad were married. There was just the slightest worry about rain. Even if the rain had come, it wouldn’t have dampened the joy of this day. The intimate gathering of friends and family simply could not have been any better. It’s one of the great pleasures of this job to be part of celebrations like this. A glowingly happy and beautiful bride, a distinguished and equally happy groom, and the love of all the families gave everything that special sense of “meant to be.”
And now, just a few images from a wonderful day.
In “27 Dresses” the main character reveals her favorite part of the wedding ceremony. Just as the bride enters, she looks at the groom to see his face when he sees his bride for the first time. I’ll be honest, I do to. This is why.
Sorry, have to interrupt again. I’ve seen a lot of dances at weddings. None surprised me more than this one. (Mother and Father of the Bride.) I almost stopped photographing just to watch. They moved together with a flowing grace and obvious passion that many would say is usually reserved to the younger crowd. It isn’t!