Before we’re having a wedding reception, why don’t we hike to the top of the mountain in a wedding dress and take some cool pictures? Yes, why can’t this be happening every time?
As photographers, we’re always looking for something out of the ordinary, through all the normality as the day progress. We will stand from a different point-of-view, to capture the moments that are veiled from the crowd. Yes, it is personal.
We hate the fall season. We hate to rake all those leaves in the front yard, the worst season for our muscles — but… it is the best season for our vision! And from the highest ground, all those troubles bring beauty to life. Fall is worth the hassle, that’s for sure.
An engagement session can be considered as one of your quality times spent as a couple while taking a break from your routine with your awesome photographers :)
Spark some colors, free the laughter, and enjoy the moments together.
When you drop in 1949 Chevy Pickup Truck into an engagement session, everything turns out awesome all of the sudden.
Surely, this is one of our favorite pre-wed collections of all time.
How often do you shoot for all-season engagement sessions?
We did the summer series for Mike & Em a couple of years ago, and they finished it with the foliage and snow this time.
Seems like it’s the best way to capture the wonders of New England!
In this land of a diverse country, you’ll find yourself at a diverse wedding every so often. Several languages were spoken by everyone that day, at this beautiful place, under the beautiful sunshine. Italy, English, Spanish, French, … and I guess Indonesia is also included (Tia and I).
The rest of the night was spent on the dance floor. From the youngest to the oldest generation, everyone seemed to know how to celebrate.
A quick family session and commemoration of their 5th wedding anniversary.
You don’t need to spend a fortune on fancy dining, when you can romantically eating a cupcake at your front yard, with a nice sunset color on your back… and photographed by us :)
We definitely need to catch up with our blog post. A lot of photos haven’t been published since last year.
Let’s start from last fall! We picked the Stonehouse Pond to catch the foliage color, although it was a tough year for all of us, autumn lovers.
Joyce & Max! Most adorable couple we’ve met.
Not to mention they were willing to go 20 minutes hike in a dress and boots.
“It’s ok, this dress is only $20 bucks from goodwill, we can ruin it” — there you go, girl!
Meet Nichole, whose obsessed with the Apple tree for some reason. Well, after photographing their engagement session, and their wedding at the apple orchard farms (Thompson’s Orchard & McDougal’s Orchard), we get obsessed immediately as well! The trees, the blooms, the color, and everything is so whimsical. (To be honest, we had a little regret, why we didn’t have our wedding at the apple orchard instead. Seriously).
Followed by the reception at their beautiful and sweet log house. Nichole and Brandon decorated the house, and built the wooden dining table and the photo booth themselves! Such craftsmanship. Easily, it became one of the most memorable weddings we ever did :)
We never get enough of sunflowers! Stevan family is from New York and happened to visit New Hampshire within the same week, so might as well take this opportunity to have their family photo session in the sunflower field. Two growing boys have surely drained their energy, but they just never look tired, especially for the photos. Impressive.
And seems like they still like to have the idea of having more kid(s) in the house. I guess human strength and capacity can be measured in so many different ways… :)
At Tendercrop Farm at the Red Barn – there always a Sunflower Festival once a year. It was a perfect time of the year for a photo session, and to congratulate this couple, Jonathan & Elsa for their coming first son, Winston.
The fact that they have been waiting for this moment years after years, and another year, showed that HOPE is something that we cannot live without. We are glad to be part of this, and now is time to share their wonderful photos!
We were thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with other local talents to make this photo-shoot happened! We will do more of this in the future, not only to help to promote other local business but also to push our creativity and sparks a wedding inspiration to you. Meanwhile, enjoy our first gallery :)
Did a quick session with Natasha for her senior year portrait.
We brought our kids as well, Keva and Kevin to enjoy the weather at Wagon Hill Farm, observing all kinds of flowers and vegetable at their community garden, while Natasha unleashed her inner modeling talent :)
In these days and age, so many resources available for you to find anything, anytime. Too many that it becomes overwhelming.
When you plan a wedding, you already have so many things on your hand. Adding unnecessary stress is unnecessary. Whether it’s time to choose your vendors, so many things to consider — especially their price & quality. Most of us always want to get the best value, agree?
Home sweet home never been as sweet as to celebrate your own wedding there. One perk of having a huge front and backyard is you can have all day wedding without being worried about the “overage” charge. This wedding held within 6 acres of private property, with a huge tent and even bouncing house at the end of the day. Although it might take Sam the entire weekend to mow the lawn, it is definitely worth it.