Gabrielle and Paul | Galilee Beach Club Wedding

We had the pleasure of capturing Gabrielle and Paul’s wedding at the Galilee Beach Club. They were coming in from out of state so we took a ride down beforehand to do some scouting for them. On our trip (Emily and I went to check it out) we stumbled upon an ice cream shop and a few other good spots. When the wedding day arrived, the skies were dark grey and looking pretty menacing.

 

Like we do with anything like that, we just rolled with it. It helped that Gabrielle looks like she fell out of a magazine. The rain held out for awhile. During the getting ready things were dry and it even held out for first look and some creative shots afterwards. Since it was so grey we busted out some lights and made some pretty cool shots with the Newport Bridge behind them and the bay. Then it came down. Hard. We jumped in the cars and headed to our indoor location – the ice cream shop.
We bought a cone and set up a light and we were back to taking photos. We grabbed a few shots inside the shop and then packed up and headed back to the Galilee Beach Club. Miraculously by the time we got back the rain had subsided. Gabrielle and Paul decided to stick with their outdoor ceremony plan so we soon found ourselves on the beach witnessing their marriage.

 

The rest of the night went as smoothly as you could hope for. They had cool little details everywhere and all their guests had a great time celebrating with them. Thanks so much for having us and all the best to your married lives together!

 



Aly and Jon | Greenvale Vineyards Engagement

This is an engagement session for all you sun lovers out there. We were really loving the morning light feel to this session and the setting at Greenvale Vineyards was perfect to go along with that.

 

Aly and Jon brought along some props and we made the most of the property that was available to us. Extra bonus that we came across a blue tractor and Jon happens to love farm equipment. It’s nice when things work out like that.

 

Aly and Jon will be tying the knot in July this year, so be on the lookout for their wedding photos later in the summer! Some highlights from their session can be seen below.


Nicole and Steve | Providence Engagement

Nicole and Steve are not originally from RI, but they’ve been here long enough to love it and call it their home. That was part of the theme of the shoot mixed together with some high school pride, city icons, their dog, and some good people.

 

We hit a lot of major icons – the State House, Prospect Park, Waterplace Park, etc… The blue skies and white clouds cooperated with us. The sun was a bit harsh, but we still made it happen.

 

Looking forward to their wedding this year at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, RI! Check out some highlights from their session below:



Tiffany and Frank | Engagement Party

Tiffany and Frank wanted to celebrate their engagement with lots of family and friends. Why not? So they threw an engagement party on Federal Hill for everyone to come to and enjoy the summer afternoon out in the plaza.

 

It was a great Sunday afternoon and it seemed like everyone enjoyed themselves. It was cool to see everyone be so loving and supportive for Tiffany and Frank. It was obvious that they’re surrounded by good people.

 

They asked us to photograph the party, so we were there to do it. They made us feel like family and that made us look forward even more to their wedding coming up this year. Stay tuned for their wedding photos after we photograph their day! Some highlights below for you…


Katie and Rich | Providence Engagement

Here’s a summertime engagement session to warm you up on this cold January morning. Katie and Rich met us over at Brown to start off their Providence engagement session.

 
I realize all these blog posts sound similar because we keep saying the same thing, but it really is true whenever we say it: Katie and Rich were super nice people and it was like walking around the city with friends during the session. It’s not our fault our clients are awesome.

 

Check out how bringing an outfit change to an engagement session can really add some diversity to your images. It’s the best way to double your variety. We highly recommend doing that at your own session.

 

Their wedding is coming up quick this July and we’re definitely looking forward to shooting it and bringing the Bluecube along for some extra fun. Keep your eyes open for their wedding once the summer gets underway! Highlights below…

 


Kat and Scott | Newport Marriott Wedding

Kat and Scott… This duo decided to have their wedding down by the water and boats at the Newport Marriott. We were fortunate enough to score a lot of good weather this summer for weddings and this one was no exception.

 

The girls got ready at the spa which is part of the Newport Marriott (and has a lot of great window light, which we totally appreciate). The guys were in a hotel room and we went back and forth to photograph both groups. Things were pretty laid back and the day flowed well.

 

The bridal party was game for going out on some docks and although he’ll probably never read this, I feel the need to say thanks to the guy working for one of the boat ride companies who manned the dock. I asked if we could go hang out on his dock for awhile and shoot and he as kind enough to let us out there.

 

We were playing with fire by being so close to the edge of the dock, but nobody ended up going in so we count that as a good day. Check out some of the bridal party photos out there – it was worth the risk!

 

They had the Bluecube come along and since this blog post is so late, I can report to you that they’ve already been back to the studio to pick up their wedding albums which came out awesome. They were great and we love having happy brides and grooms who can walk away with an album or two afterwards that we know they’ll enjoy for the rest of their lives. All the best to Kat and Scott and thank you for having us come along for the ride!


Jenna and Jared | Granite Links Wedding

Jenna and Jared got had their ceremony at St. Mary’s Church in Foxboro, MA. After the ceremony everybody headed over to Granite Links Country Club. This was our first time there. If you’re looking for a ridiculous view of the Boston skyline, this is the place to go. It was so cool outside.

 

Take a look at some of the photos to see what I mean. Jared and Jenna were definitely fun to hang with, and so was the bridal party. I’m not sure if I’ve ever met anyone with a bigger heart than Jenna. We were able to sneak away to ‘the ruins’ for a few minutes to take some photos, which is a really cool spot on another part of the Granite Links property that you have to get to by golf cart. It was pretty sweet.

 

Congrats to Jenna and Jared, thanks to Clockwork Boston for keeping the party going all night long, and thanks to the sunset for giving us some sweet light toward the end of the night.

 



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