Seriously, this day could not have been more perfect. From the bride and the groom, the absolutely gorgeous weather, the Oriole bird in a tux, the ketubah signing in a rose garden followed by a beautiful ceremony under a homemade chuppah, the yummy Mediterranean dishes for dinner, the awesome music and a boat load of love – I could not have picked a better wedding to photograph this past Sunday. Truly amazing. So amazing that I took a record number of photos and while culling through selected way more than usual – hence the delay in blogging them.
Naomi & Ben – I have no words – but I better think of some because this is where I tell you how much I love you. It was easy to see all the care, research, and thought that had gone into the details (sunglasses for the guests at the ceremony for example!), not just so you would have a memorable day, but so those attending the wedding would also. It was joyful, emotional and so very sweet, and although I was there as your photographer, I also felt like I was one of your people, a friend who had come to celebrate the fact that you two have committed to sharing you life and love together and for that, I could not be more grateful. I wish you two nothing but the best things in life, because you deserve them.
Venue: Evergreen Muesum
Caterer: Zeffert and Gold
Planner: Simply Created Events
Ceremony Musicians & DJ: Electric Entertainment
Florist: Crimson and Clover Designs
Cake: Artistic Desserts
Transportation: American Limo
Hair & Makeup: Amie Decker Beauty
Reception Lighting: Event Dynamics
First look in front of Camden Yards was so cute!
And then the Oriole Bird showed up dressed to the nines! Swept Naomi off her feet!
Love these two.
Naomi told me in the beginning of the day that she would like to dip and twirl. Part 1 complete.
I could shoot all day at Evergreen. So many amazing spots.
Can’t event begin to tell you how stunning you are, Naomi!!
She does love to twirl!! Part 2 complete!
For serious. The detail at this wedding were amazing.
Such a fun party!!
Naomi was telling me about how her and another one of my brides (Hi, Molly!!) have loved my night shots lately so I knew I needed to sneak them outside and snag a few.