The Roxbury Barn can do no wrong, and this spring wedding from Thompson Photography group is just another example of it's beauty. Genelle and Timothy's Hudson Valley wedding the perfect combination of classic, modern and rustic elegance. These two stunned in their black tux and beaded gown, and their decor was on-point: lush, gorgeous blooms, twinkle lights and a some weathered wood. Proof that you can bring your dreams of a black tie wedding to life in a rustic barn, this wedding is full of love, joy and endless inspiration.Read More
Oh friends, this wedding is so so good. Tia and Brian's Catskills wedding is simply stunning. Everything from organic bouquets to the hand-painted signs were chosen with care, and the view from the Onteora Mountain House is what dreams are made of. A wedding this gorgeous can only be photographed by the best, and Julia Elizabeth perfectly captured every emotion and thoughtful detail. Brides and Grooms-to-be, grab your coffee and get ready to be inspired!
From Julia: Tia and Brian had their wedding at the Onteora Mountain House. It's an amazing venue tucked away in the Catskills. The ceremony location is gorgeous and the perfect spot for sunset photos later in the evening. Tia looked stunning in her Watters gown (and those shoes!) and Brian's outfit fit the overall theme of the day perfectly. Tia created so many of her beautiful details for her wedding day. The wooden signs and place name holders couldn't have been a better fit for their wedding. And the earthy bouquets tied together the bridesmaids outfits so well. Tia and Brian's dog made an appearance throughout the day and had such an honorable presence - I just loved him! It was such a gorgeous wedding with most importantly such a loving and fun couple!
Monday just got a whole lot prettier! This gorgeous wedding from Aaren Lee Photography at the Cork Factory Hotel is truly one of a kind. Effortless, chic and totally thoughtful, we love the way Alex + Ben made the day completely their own. And you'd never know that heavy rains and winds from Hurricane Joaquin were threatening their day. These two smiled big and enjoyed every moment... exactly the way your wedding day should be!
From Aaren: Alex and Ben. What on earth can I REALLY say about Alex and Ben that will do them or their day justice? Hurricane Joaquin came and went without REALLY touching us, but it did leave a nice trail of heavy rain and crazy wind in it's wake. Didn't phase these two one bit! Thankfully, the Cork Factory Hotel has quite a few nooks and crannies that allowed for some pretty one-of-a-kind portraits! From tri-toned floral robes and heirloom pearl necklaces to chic new watches, succulents galore and two of the biggest smiles I've EVER seen in my whole life, this wedding was incredibly detailed and incredibly special. I'm not quite sure if I ever saw Alex break down and cry like she promised she would, but it was clear from each speech that was given just how loved and treasured this union was to all in attendance. Despite doing my best to keep it together as their day unfolded (I've definitely been known to shed some tears behind the camera during father/daughter dances), even I had to succumb to the tears (actually, just full on ugly crying if I'm being real honest) during Mama Lee's thank you speech to all of the vendors that shared their talents to make her daughter's day special. I love these guys, and I hope you do too.