I’m still trying to get caught up on blogging, so stay tuned, lots more goodies coming your way. For now though, we have Paula and Nate’s super awesome wedding which took place at on of my favorite venues in New Jersey to shoot at, the Crossed Keys Inn. I must admit, the weather started out a little gloomy, but as you will see, the day shaped up to be a most beautiful one indeed. Paula and Nate were SO much fun to work with! Paula was a daredevil on the tree swing, hopped into the corn field without batting an eye, not to mention the back of a John Deer, and she even climbed a big tree in her wedding dress, before the ceremony mind you, for some photos! I love my fearless brides, thank you Paula! And thanks so much for hiring me to capture your day of days. Congratulations!
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WARNING: lots of cute kids to follow! Renee has been a long time Laffler Blog Stalker, and was a first time Laffler Bride! She’s been following my work for some time now, and it gave me extreme pleasure to finally photograph her own wedding! The day was FILLED with lots of friends and family! This was a tight knit group for sure, which is always fun to photograph. Renee and Mike were SO amazing to work with, and Mike out on the dance floor??? A total dancing machine!!! Congratulations you two, best wishes!
I am way behind on blogging my friends, I apologize! I’m doing my best to get caught up. The good news is that there are still more awesome weddings coming down the pike, so stay tuned. Michelle + Wayne are no exception. A super chill wedding at Crystal Springs Resort. I had a blast handing out with these two all day. Plus, there were a few kids at the wedding, which I always find entertaining! Well, I’m going to get back to editing so I can bring you the next wedding as soon as I can. Congratulations Michelle + Wayne!
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