Yesterday I met up with Kurt and Beth in Old Wethersfield for their engagement shoot. I’d never been to this town before but it is ADORABLE – so old school with lots of fun buildings and nooks to shoot in. Kurt and Beth are getting married at Hildene in September – it should be a very fun day if their e-shoot is any indication 🙂
Did I mention there were some awesome walls?
They were so relaxed in front of the camera and even Kurt seemed to have fun 🙂
Springtime and pretty flowers!
One of my favorites so far this year. I love the shape of Beth’s dress and their expressions
This is Kurt surprising me 🙂 I love how the fence and the walkway lead up to them.
The back alley of the State Farm insurance agency 🙂 (thank you for trusting me!)
Love Kurt’s expression juxtaposed with the peeling wall.
This is the local ice cream parlor – this was where a wind machine would have come in handy 🙂
This little lady is nine months old and cute as a button. She was in town visiting her grandparents so we arranged a little shoot. Despite skipping her nap she lasted incredibly well and gave us lots of smiles….and those cheeks!
This was a BIG hit 🙂
And she’s flexible too!
Love this interaction with Mom & Dad (she was really hoping to eat the flower!)
I drove to Boston last week to meet up with Liz & Dan who are getting married in June at The Gibbet Hill Grill & Barn in Groton, MA. They are such a fun couple and Dan cracks both of us up so I know it will be a fun day – I can’t wait!
Fun snuggling and pretty blossoms – what could be better?
Last week I met Christine and Nick in Farnham Gardens in New Haven, where they got engaged. They are getting married at the Branford House in July and I can’t wait to see how all the details come together! On to the photos!
They got engaged under this tree 🙂
Yeah I mean come on how cute are they 🙂
Love this one
Of course it’s springtime so we had to take advantage of the pretty blossoms
We found this fun wall in a local park – the park was deserted and we had fun walking around the greenhouses and exploring