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jenna + adam’s wicked good wedding

I met Jenna many months after she booked me. Our first meeting was on a rainy Sunday morning in Westport, MA. I had no idea we would be rock climbing, on the beach, on a stormy day. We spent over an hour talking about the wedding and looking at the sites, all within a mile of each other. I learned that day that Jenna and Adam went out west to Oregon to work on Adam’s grandfather’s vineyard. How exciting, and what a rare and delicious opportunity! That day though, I had no idea how fantabulous the wedding would be. Swing dancing, with a change of outfit for the first dance? Homemade cake, cupcakes, and preserves for the guests? 1,000 good-luck origami cranes made of decorative and recycled papers by Jenna and her family & friends? Adam’s wedding band was made by Jenna? And Adam made the wine that was served during dinner? Nope, didn’t expect any of that! And what a nice surprise it was. Yes, Jenna and Adam, it *was* a wicked good day!:)

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

Westport MA beach wedding vintage chapel DIY

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Down Home Country Wedding (West Virginia)

Elizabeth and Adam had their wedding on the family farm out in West Virginia. The property was was absolutely STUNNING, housing a mill, barn, and home that still had rooms so well preserved you’d swear you were back in the days of colony settling. It was an amazing mix of preservation and renovation, certainly award worthy. The wedding? Casual feel, with simple home made details, and lots of character.

Elizabeth was a bridesmaid in Marisa’s wedding years ago. So naturally I was thrilled to shoot this wedding, and see lots of familiar faces. Just like Elizabeth and Adam, Marisa and Joe’s wedding was exceptionally unique.

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

west virginia country farm wedding photos © kristinstudio photography

This email made my day:)
Thank you, Walter, for letting me share it.

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Kristin,

I just want you to know as the father of the bride and the proud caretaker of the farm, I think you did an amazing job capturing the moment in your photographs. Your talent is quite obvious, and that requires an eye and a heart. So, well done. I don’t know if I shared with you, but the wedding that Cathie and I had on the farm 32 years ago, on the same weekend in June was to be captured by a good friend of mine who volunteered to be the photographer, but when he got to the farm on that day, he forgot to bring his camera. So, the lesson is…you get what you paid for. In your case, we did it right.

Again, beautiful job.

Walter

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