We always love a good barn wedding, and this sweet event at Gedney Farm doesn't disappoint! For those of you who are unfamiliar with Gedney Farm, it's a beautiful renovated barn (two, actually!) in the tiny village of New Marlborough, Massachusetts...tucked away in a remote corner of the Berkshires. I've always felt like the weddings held here are in a world all their own...with no cell service (or GPS!), the couples who marry here are able to have their guests fully present, and it truly makes for a special, intimate affair.Read More
Emily and James were married at Gedney Farm. The weather was perfect, and we were able to make some great portraits outside while the sun was setting. Gedney Farm always does a fantastic job at making couples feel at home and have exactly what they want for their wedding. I will never get over how gorgeous it is at Gedney!Read More
A word from the photographer: When I first met Tricia + Ariel last year I felt as though I had known them my whole life and on their wedding day, I could not have felt more at ease around the two of them. They are just so genuine, honest, funny and warm that you instantly feel a gravitational pull towards them. Their Fall wedding at Stonover Farm in the Berkshires of Massachusetts was radiant and beautiful just like the two of them and every moment and detail was photographing paradise. I especially loved the bride's ridiculously elegant gown, the seamless dual-faith ceremony and just how effortless every handmade detail was -- it was just perfection and I am so excited to share a little selection from it!Read More
A word from Tara: Weddings at Stonover Farm never disappoint. With it's expansive lawn and magnificent barn, it combines generosity of space with a feeling of intimacy. And you can't beat the colorful chickens wandering around the lush landscape!Read More
With fun and fitness kicking off the big day, the bride and groom and a few friends began their morning with a run in the Tanglewood Memorial Day Weekend 5K. Ambitious! Later that afternoon, guests arrived for the wedding celebration at Stonover Farm in smart, fun and formal attire. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed a signature Gold Rush craft cocktail and spiked rhubarb shrub. The attentive staff butlered canapés to festive guests as they relaxed into the bucolic setting. Daire, our farm-focused chef, created a house-made charcuterie and local vegetable board, which was placed beneath the weeping willow framing Stonover’s charming pond. A family-style meal featuring short ribs with roasted farmed and foraged spring vegetables followed in the attractive and elegantly decorated barn space. Handmade chocolate-peanut butter bars were a perfect conclusion to a terrific meal.Read More
At Erin & Doug’s wedding, the weather forecast was threatening rain, which put the ceremony inside. It didn’t rain after all, so they were still able to have cocktails and make portraits outside. Still, it was cool to see that even though their plan was to have the ceremony outside, bringing it indoors was perfect.Read More
What a perfect January day for a wedding!!! Scott & Erin tied the knot this past Saturday at Gedney Farm in New Marlborough, MA. When Scott, Erin and I meet up for their final meeting a week before their wedding we all chatted about how great a some snow would be… little did we all know that we would get our wish! The morning of their wedding, it was raining here in CT but snowing at the farm in MA. It was just enough snow to make the roads and trees look magical but not too much snow where no one would be able to get to their wedding.Read More
A word from the bride: Austin and I met at work three years ago. Austin is a chef and I am the event planner for Savory Harvest Catering. I would say it was love at first site for both parties, but it took some push from both sides. I thought Austin was younger than he was and he didn't think I was available. We started dating about six months after meeting and got engaged about nine months after that. We were engaged about a year and a half before getting married, so we took some time to plan and make sure our day was perfect. You could say it was a whirlwind romance!Read More
Everything about this wedding makes me want to gush. The color pallete of ivory, yellow, champagne and gray chosen for this wedding was stunning against the backdrop of Gedney Farm. It was breathtaking to walk the fields filled with goldenrod as Jessica and Matthew walked together and we captured their portraits.Read More
Rain drops softly bounced off the shoulder of John's jacket as he read from the sheet of paper with smudged vows. Pam and John never lost eye contact. I kept my camera focused on Pam as she brushed a tear away from her eyes. The rain came down a little harder now but they didn't notice and neither did their guests. This was their moment and we were all lost in it. Tears and then laughter escaped from the crowd who gathered to watch them marry in front of the Hancock Shaker Village Barn under the arbor that John had built.
It occured to me as I was capturing their ceremony, that rain is something that many wedding couples fear on their day and yet, here we were and this was one of the most romantic and moving ceremonies I had yet experienced.
Pam & John - your wedding filled me with so much joy. I am grateful you contacted me to capture your engagement session at a family home that holds wonderful memories and then to be there on your perfect wedding day highlighted here.