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A Woodwinds Wedding- Nicole and Chad!

Nicole and Chad were married almost two weeks ago.  This wedding was so much fun, everyone had a great time!  Chad and Nicole personalized their wedding with the color purple, multi-colord argyle socks, and a Superman T-shirt After getting her hair done at Shear Impressions by her mother-in-law, Nicole’s makeup was done by Janice from […]

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A Society Room of Hartford Wedding – Jess and PJ!

Jess and PJ had a beautiful wedding at The Society Room of Hartford just a couple weeks ago.  With many guests traveling from far, they had an intimate ceremony blending two cultures.  After getting ready in the bridal suite at The Society Room, they had their first look on Pratt Street.  We then quickly went […]

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A Gershon Fox Ballroom Wedding – Shannon and Carl!

Shannon and Carl were married on a beautiful fall day here in CT!  After getting ready at their parents’s homes their ceremony was held at Corpus Christi Church in Wethersfield.  We then went over to The Capitol Building for portraits before their reception at The Gershon Fox Ballroom.  The flowers and dress colors were perfectly […]

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A Gershon Fox Ballroom Wedding – Ashely and Ben!

I am very excited to share Ashley and Ben’s wedding today!  We try hard not to play favorites with our weddings, but this one was definitely at the top for this wedding season.  Ashley and Ben are both such positive, happy people, and we were so honored to be their photographers.  There were so many […]

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A Hartford Society Room Wedding – Anthony and Becky!

Becky and Anthony had a perfect Hartford wedding!  After getting ready at the Residence Inn on Main Street, their ceremony was right across the street at Christ Church Cathedral.  After their ceremony we went to The Capitol Building, over looking Bushnell Park, in their Rolls Royce for portraits with the bridal party.  We then went to […]

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