A word from the photographer: Sarah & Josh were married at Chimney Corners, a YMCA camp nestled in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains. This was my first time shooting at Chimney Corners, and it was a lot of fun finding beautiful spaces on the grounds to make wedding portraits.Read More
A word from the photographer: I don't know where to start. This wedding had all of the luscious details a photographer dreams about shooting. I was so excited as I saw the flowers, the dress, invitation suite...but then I met the couple and oh my goodness I cannot say enough how much I adored them. It was a perfect way to end the incredible 2017 wedding season we had and a perfect first blog for 2018.
They designed a day that was exquisite, from the details to their incredible first dance. They surprised and wowed their guest with a sultry tango they had been practicing for months. I know it will go down as one of the BEST first dances I've ever seen. I hope you enjoy catching a glimpse of their day here.Read More
A word from Liz: This wedding makes me smile so hard – everyone is clearly having so much fun (especially on the dance floor!).
As a media professional, Joanna knows what looks good on camera (and as a comedian, she knows how to keep a potentially stressful event light and fun). I defined her eyes with sculpted earthtones and winged eyeliner, and kept the lips light and glossy – and definitely made sure not to conceal her beautiful freckles!Read More
A word from the photographer: I was so looking forward to seeing Cindy and James again. We had such a great time during their engagement session this winter. It was a frigid afternoon and Cindy and James were so "go with the flow" that I knew we'd have a lot of fun during their wedding day. If you remember their story, this cute couple met in college at Hofstra University, where they were both chemistry majors. They started dating after James convinced Cindy to spend more time with him under the disguise of a chemistry study group.Read More
One of my favorite parts of my job is getting to know the couples with whom I work while planning their dream weddings. I love to hear their back stories and thoroughly enjoy seeing their eyes light up (or hearing the joy in their voices on the phone) when they share how they first met, funny antics on first dates and when they first knew they were falling in love.Read More
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A word from the photographer: The day started off in the Library room at Hotel on North in Pittsfield, where Emma & Luke got ready with their closest friends and family. We originally planned on a first look down in the lobby, but the Library room is so amazing that we decided to kick out the wedding party for a little bit of privacy as the couple saw each other for the first time since their welcome dinner the night before.
After a few photos we all traveled together on a sweet party bus to Olivia’s lookout in Lenox for some family photos. Luke grew up in Lenox and really loved the view of Stockbridge bowl that you get from Olivia’s lookout, and thankfully we had the whole spot to ourselves!
We all got back onto the party bus to Hancock Shaker Village where Emma & Luke and I took a walk around the property for some photos fo just the two of them. The ceremony was held under two beautiful old trees with the 1826 Round Stone Barn in the background. After a short and sweet ceremony, we all headed over to the old Brick Poultry Barn for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
Emma’s father surprised the couple with a giant hand made picture frame, and a couple of Emma & Luke’s friends walked around with me to “frame” the guests. What a blast!
After a while, the entire wedding moved over to the 1910 Barn, a newly opened space available the Hancock Shaker Village has been using for their Shaker Barn Music Series. The day ended with a few super funny toasts and a whole lot of dancing.
Congratulations again Luke & Emma!
Samantha and Patrick wanted things to be laid back and easy. Their wedding day went so smoothly, and I don't think there was a single minute that went by without smiles on their faces. Samantha was so graceful and beautiful, you would have never thought she was carrying a child with her the entire day. Especially once the dancing started, she danced like no ones business, I was so impressed.Read More
A word from the photographer: Miri & Dan were married at Gedney Farm, one of my favorite venues in the Berkshires. I’ve photographed many Gedney weddings over the past few years, and it always feels like home to me. The weather was sunny and warm, and the light made for the most gorgeous photographs.Read More
Their wedding exuded elegance in a country setting at Gedney Farm in New Marlborough Massachusetts. Gorgeous flowers decorated the barn and guests sat by candlelight, bistro lighting was strung to give the entire location a romantic feel. Everything felt timeless and cozy. I even loved how Keren had a dress change for cocktails and dancing but wore her wedding gown and cathedral length veil to walk down the aisle.Read More
AnnMarie grew up in Western Massachusetts, and decided the Berkshires would be the perfect place to host their weekend-long event…close enough for family members who couldn’t travel far, yet vacation-worthy enough for their guests would could!Read More
A word from the photographer: Tory & Alek’s Stonover Farm wedding photos are some of my FAVORITE to date! These two are a lovely couple who live out in Eastern MA and planned their destination wedding here in the Berkshires.
There was no lack of love, happiness or smiles at Jackie and Harrison's wedding. The two have been together since high school, and have everything going for them. After dating for 9 years they decided to tie the knot with all of their friends and family there to celebrate with them. August Moon was the perfect venue for what they envision, a weekend of outdoor fun and hanging out. The house and adjacent garage allows friends and family to stay on site, and the beautiful forest and fields make for amazing photos.
When I met with Jen and Katie, the recurring "theme" of their "dream wedding" was that their guests felt welcome and taken care of throughout the entire weekend. They wanted to create an intimate setting where they could spend the most important day of their lives with the most special people in their lives. And despite the chilly temps and light drizzle of the late September day, the warmth of this group was what stood out the most.Read More
I love when a camp wedding crosses my desk. Not because “camp” automatically fills my head with sweet childhood memories, but because it’s another opportunity to show people that camp weddings aren’t about obstacle courses, bunkhouses and mess halls! In the Berkshires, so many of our famed summer camps are located on grounds with breathtaking vistas and gorgeous large buildings…perfect for large crowds. And yes, the grounds do also have bunkhouses, cottages and cabins, but this is part of what makes a camp wedding a perfectly logical choice for a destination wedding!Read More
In this day and age, it is so common to see weddings with guest counts of 250, 350 and more. It is so refreshing to see a smaller wedding that includes only their closest friends and family members. There might be power in numbers, but there’s truly warmth and love in intimate settings!Read More
Nestled in the beauty of the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, the Clark Art Institute is an incredible venue for weddings and other special events. The beauty of the Clark campus and its exceptional spaces create the ideal setting for a wedding you will always remember. STARR Catering Group, the Clark’s exclusive caterer, creates an experience personalizing every detail to provide an event that is truly unique. Innovative cuisine, inspired by the farm-to-table spirit of the Berkshires and the abundance of locally sourced ingredients, is crafted to delight guests with bold and unexpected details. An expert team of culinarians, mixologists, and service professionals ensure guests are served with sincere hospitality for an event beyond all expectation.Read More
A word from the venue: Erin and Evan planned their wedding in a short 6 months, and planned it to perfection. Beautiful handmade signs took the center stage while simple florals were scattered throughout the space.Read More
Savana and Justin found me through the Berkshire Wedding Collective. They put their wedding together in three months. They booked the space, they booked me, they booked everything in such a short time. They’ve been together for several years, but when they decided to get married they wanted to do it quickly. And they did it beautifully! They knew what they wanted, and I was impressed.Read More
A word from Tara: When this real wedding submission crossed my desk, I was instantly smitten (I'm a sucker for tea length dresses and a vintage bicycle with a basket)! I loved the bright, vibrant colors and the intimacy of it all. There's just something to be said for a wedding that includes only your immediate family and closest friends. And between this creative bride and the Federal House Inn, the adorable details are to die for!Read More
A word from Liz: I was pretty psyched about Ellen’s wedding because it was taking place at one of my favorite places in the Berkshires: Mass MoCA, where I have been many times (come to think of it, I should really reactivate my membership). Since Ellen was getting hitched surrounded by the bright geometric colors of the Sol LeWitt exhibition, we opted for a neutral eye with plenty of individual lash clusters, and a flush of berry on the lips. The perfect mix of classical beauty amidst contemporary art!Read More