Besides the fact that i was able to travel to Paris and meet some aaammaazing people and eat some of the most tasty pastries in the world, i had the crazy-awesome opportunity to shoot Ted and Michelle’s wedding in Giverny, France with Carly. I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity. But, even more so, i LOVED the fact that i made new friends in meeting Ted, Michelle and their fantastic families. Their french wedding was beautiful, simple, casual, and no fuss. But, at the same time, very elegant and so enchanting. I guess you can’t really go wrong when you get married in the countryside in Giverny (where Claude Monet lived- right down the road!) and your ceremony is in a 300 year old church and your reception is on your family’s gorgeous mill home. i guess you really can’t go wrong :) So, here are some images from their wonderful day. Enjoy!
I awoke that morning to the family decorating this: the getaway car/rriage.
MARRIED!! and, the getaway car- or horse! Ted “drove” them to the reception which was down the road – um, awesome!!! Also, i’m pretty sure i’ve never been this outnumbered by guests with cameras at a wedding- ever.
Can you believe the amazing light?! btw- All of their portraits were taken at the family’s mill house. Ridiculously gorgeous? Yes, i know :)
my Fave of the day:
Um, the birds?! so stinkin’ cute!
Everyone waved their napkins as Ted & Michelle made their entrance- so fun!
Champagne from Champagne, France. i had some during the trip and it.was.GOOD.
Cakes about to spit fire in 3, 2, 1…
LOVE this dyptich of these dancing shots. the one on the left is of Michelle and her awesome, radical sister Joanne. I love you girls!! The one on the right gives me a really peaceful, romantic night-ending feeling :)