Nicole and Steve | Mount Hope Farm Wedding

Today we’re going to look back at an awesome Mount Hope Farm Wedding. Nicole and Steve is this great couple we met a while back when we did their engagement shoot in Providence. Now Matt and Emily joined them to do their photography, Dan covered cinema and Josh supplied the bluecube!

 

The morning started off beautifully at the Newport Harbor Hotel where the bridal party got ready for the big day! Moss Salon curled and twirled the ladies hair to perfection while Lynda Williams put the final touches on their makeup! Once hair and makeup was done, it was time to slip into her gorgeous gown from Reem Acra on 5th Avenue NY. After Nicole and the girls were ready it was time to go surprise Steve with a first look at Mount Hope Farm! As Steve turned around, he couldn’t hide the gleam in his eye as he looked upon his beautiful bride-to-be. Oh, and lets not forget their four legged friend, the “dog of honor”, who also made a little guest appearance at the first look!

 

Now that Nicole and Steve shared some nervous giggles it was time for the ceremony. Nicole walked down the aisle lined with mason jars of lovely flowers to the man of her dreams. A family friend officiated the wedding under a beautifully decorated teepee wrapped in sunflowers. The couple exchanged their intimate vows amongst closest friends and family, once their marriage was sealed with a kiss it was time to celebrate! This wedding was so much fun to be apart of, everyone was radiant with love and it was so evident what a joyous occasion this day meant not only for Nicole and Steve but also their guests. The reception was held inside a tent towards the back of Mount Hope Farms property and it was one of the most stunning receptions we’ve been apart of. From the table arrangements to the tree wrapped in lights to huge hanging woodland chandeliers, it was absolutely breathtaking! Christina at Studio 539 outdid herself with all the floral arrangements. Friends and family shared moving speeches that had us in tears of laughter one moment to happy tears the next because of their loving words towards the newly weds. Once everyone enjoyed a delicious meal from Russell Moirn followed by their scrumptious deserts, it was time to hit the dance for with the band Clockwork! Everyone danced the night away and ended the day with love laughter that filled the room.

 

This was one special day the Blueflash team is happy to have been apart of. Thanks for inviting us along for the ride Nicole and Steve! Enjoy the highlights from their wedding below!


 

 

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Jillian and Leon | Brenton Point Engagement

Here’s a Brenton Point engagement shoot Matt did back in April for this awesome Seattle couple Jillian and Leon! We went a little outside the box here and did their engagement session two days before their Oceancliff wedding! The weather called for a little bit of overcast but that didn’t stop us. It made for a great photoshoot and there’s no better backdrop then the ocean so Brenton Point was a great spot for us to snap a few shots.

 

Aside from this great session we’ll also be taking care of Jillian and Leons photography, cinema, and uplighting on their wedding day. So for now, make sure to take a look at some of their photos from the engagement session and stay tuned for the rest!

 


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Jess and Chad | East Greenwich Engagement

You may recognize Jess from, well, here. She’s one of our very own lead photographers. Her and her boyfriend Chad had recently gotten engaged. It was a total surprise for Jess. Chad is from Michigan, where Jess is from, so Chad flew into RI and crashed at our place for the night. The next day he went to Block Island and I sent Jess there separately for an engagement shoot with fake clients. When she showed up to meet the clients, there was Chad waiting for her at the bluffs with the ring.

 

Soon after that Chad headed back to Michigan to get back to his job and life there. When he came back to RI to visit we got together to do an engagement session of the two of them. We went to East Greenwich because Jess loves the area and we walked the streets and shot whatever looked good.

 

I have to admit – it’s intimidating to shoot another photographer. It was fun though and I was glad I had the chance to do it. The bittersweet part to this whole engagement thing is that Jess is leaving us in the fall to go back to Michigan, get married, and continue their life together there. I’m still working on convincing her to stay in RI but I’m pretty sure I’m losing that battle.

 

Check out some highlights from the session below…


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Michelle and Andrew | Engagement Photography

Emily met up with Michelle and Andrew for their engagement session not too long ago and brought home these awesome images below. The setting was awesome and the light that evening couldn’t have been better. The shoot took place on the cliff walk in Newport.

 

The fall colors really come through in the second half of the session as the sun began to drop toward the horizon. Take a look at some of the highlights below. Michelle and Andrew just got married a few weeks ago in Pennsylvania so we’re wishing them all the best in their new marriage! Congrats guys!

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Susan and Ben | Towers Wedding

We love ourselves a good early morning start. Most of the time. It’s worth it when your day starts out with the view you can see in the first photo below. It also helps when there’s good people on the other end getting ready for their wedding day. That was the case for us with Susan and Ben’s Towers wedding.

 

It was a 7AM start time at the Towers. They had a day wedding (brunch for the win) and in order to be ready for a 10:30AM ceremony you’ve got to start early. Dan, Emily and I got to the Towers at about ten of seven and saw the sun start to peek its head across the Atlantic horizon. Not bad.

 

Everything went pretty much according to plan with the girls. The guys showed up at about quarter to nine and we hung out with them for a bit to get some photos and video. The Towers looked great for the ceremony at that time of day. Light flooded in through the windows all along the whole venue. I don’t think I took my flash out of my case the entire wedding which was a nice change of pace.

 

The rest of the reception was classy and relaxed. Day weddings have a totally different feel than night weddings. It’s really interesting to experience the difference. When the day was getting close to the end we jumped in the car and drove down the street with Ben and Susan to get some more photos and video of the two of them together. They put their handwritten vows in a bottle and threw them into the Atlantic, the start of an annual tradition for them. It was, umm, in a biodegradable bottle…

 

Check out their wedding film and highlights below. Congrats to the both of them as they start their new life together!


 

 

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Erin and Matt | Jamestown Wedding

Erin and Matt had an intimate wedding on private property in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Emily had the pleasure of photographing it for them. The location couldn’t have been any better, with sweeping views of the ocean adjacent to rock cliffs. McGrath Clambakes provided the awesome food for the outdoor open-air dinner party.

 

The ceremony took place at Fort Wetherill (also outdoors). Take a look at the photos and check it out! Congrats to Erin and Matt. Thanks for having us at your wedding!


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Bethany and Austin | Towers Wedding

Bethany and Austin’s wedding brought us on a few adventures. After the getting ready part of the day we all walked a long winding path to get out to a crazy view of the ocean while standing on big boulders near the shore. That was the backdrop for their first look, which worked out pretty good in my opinion.

 

We were able to jump right into bride and groom creatives along with the bridal party after that before heading off to the ceremony at the South County Museum. Ridiculously cool location number two. It was an old stone building that had a bunch of ivy growing all over the walls with no roof on top. It was a hot summer day so the Del’s cart right outside the ceremony was a welcome sight. After downing three or four of those we were ready to do the family photos.

 

We (me, Dan, and Emily) piled in the car and headed off to the third location in Narragansett for their Towers wedding reception. The Towers always looks good, so there’s not much more to say about that. How can you not like a room that stretches across the road beneath and always has white string lights hanging along the ceiling? The party went strong and eventually it was time for us to take off. We were so hot when we left that we decided to throw our gear in the car and jump in the ocean for a late night swim. By ‘we’ I mean me and Emily. Dan stood on shore claiming that he didn’t want to drive home with wet clothes. His loss.

 

It was a great end to a really great wedding. We’re really glad they chose us to be a part of their wedding and that we were able to photograph it as well as create their wedding film. Both are below for you to check out. All the best to Beth and Austin!
 

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Kathleen and Henry | Wadawanuck Club Wedding

Any wedding that has an open Ben and Jerry’s bar for dessert is OK in our book. Kathleen and Henry didn’t disappoint with their Wadawanuck Club wedding over the summer. Between the unlimited ice cream and the Bluecube, the reception was one happening party.

 

But first things first. The ceremony was super laid back in a little sea-side building with no walls. The backdrop was perfect and Kathleen and Henry exchanged their vows in front of everyone that loved them. At the end, their friends from glee club stood up and sent them out in song, complete with trumpet and other instruments. Pretty cool.

 

Kathleen is an Irish dancer and so the reception was pretty active. We got to see some pretty different dance moves and at one point the whole wedding party was involved in a group line dance. Thanks so much for having us be a part of your day and we wish you all the best! Highlights below…


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Susan and Ben | Brenton Point Engagement

I met Susan and Ben down at Brenton Point for their engagement session not too long ago. Ben and I go pretty far back, most of our history entangled in playing in bands together. He’s a really good guy and when he and Susan got engaged I was glad to get the tap to be a part of their wedding day. Susan is from out of state so I only met her for the first time at the shoot. She belongs with Ben – no doubt about that.

 

After the pleasantries and excessive hugging, we hugged some more and then headed off toward the water to take the first shots. It was outrageously windy but Susan was cool about it and we pressed on. We shot along the beach, a wall, and anything else we could find. Eventually we found ourselves trespassing into some area with an abandoned building and we were throwing camera gear over the fence to each other before hopping it ourselves.

 

We set up flashes and umbrellas in the place and made the most of the graffiti walls and other various broken items. We also caught an awesome sunset that we also front lit with the strobes and I think those came out really cool. We finished the session off by the water and captured some of the crazy fire sky action for the last few shots.

 

Their wedding is in the next couple weeks and we’ll be photographing and filming it for them. Stay tuned for their photos and video when they’re all finished up! For now, some engagement highlights…

 


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Allison and Evan | Newport Engagement

I met up with Allison and Evan for their Newport engagement session over the summer. We decided to shoot for just session so we can catch the good light as the sun went down. Being in Newport, we have the choice of water, town, and anything else marine that you can think of.

 

Any session where you end up reminiscing about JNCO jeans is a good session in my book. I don’t even care if that dates me.

 

They brought a few props to use and we incorporated those in some of the pictures toward the beginning of the section before we went wondering around town. They’ll be getting married this year at Belle Mer in Newport and we’re really looking forward to being there as a part of their day.  Check out some highlights from their session below.

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