Neuhaus Wedding: A Few Details

We have to blog our weddings in pieces for two reasons: 1. it builds anticipation:)2. we are generally overwhelmed by what snapshots we want to make the final cut. Usually we will start with the bridals (if we get the honor of shooting those). Then we move on to the details. And finally a general selection of ceremony/ reception.

The following will be our second installation of Will and Jennifer’s wedding: details. We have had so much fun going through the memories we captured for Will and Jenn. (Sorry Will and Jenn, I know that is a bit of a tease since your final gallery is still about 6 weeks from completion… but it’s the truth.) Ellen and I absolutely loved the setting for their reception. And most of these detail shots will be from the reception. I would like to give a shout out again to the coordinator of the wedding, Deborah Bradley,¬†who brought all of the details together to form an amazing masterpiece for the wedding couple.

Multiple times through out the night I thought to myself: I would love to be a guest at this wedding. The setting sun was perfect over the antique buildings, the posh mixture of Chanel against fresh grass was a delight, and the love mixed up and shaken together in the atmosphere was beautiful. Each piece was placed just right to make the evening a wedding to be rivaled. Thanks again for allowing us to be part of your perfect day!

2 comments

liz blome - May 14, 2011 - 7:35 am

I wish I could freeze this moment in time. These pictures captured Jen&Will’s special day for us. Randy and Ellen we thank you both. Send us more!

Deborah Bradley - May 16, 2011 - 11:04 am

Randy & Ellen~
It was indeed a pleasure to work with you both! Your talent and creativity is so fresh & spot on! Will & Jen’s wedding was truly magical and now, due to your tireless efforts…captured so beautifully forever! I look forward to working with you again!
=) ~Deb.
http://www.DeborahBradleyEvents.com
together with
http://www.MarburgerFarmEvents.com

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