Their story is a long one and in a different order then what you might expect. First love, then 2 kids, and then a grandson. And then they decided to get married. Rea was changing her grandson’s diaper when I was trying to take getting ready photos of her. This was a first!! They have the most history of any wedding couple I have ever photographed …years of love …(and breakups and fighting and makeups and making things better….) This couple moved me so much and I hope to write more about it at another time. Until then..here are some images from their great and memorable day!! A testament that working at a relationship over time can turn deeper and more intense and loving then ever.
Diahann and Greg are great sports..During their engagement session and their wedding it rained. Luckily we had some fun umbrellas from the hotel and a hair salon let us go in their place to take photos..Diahann has an amazing smile. Most of the photos are of her smiling…it is just that way..
Elizabeth and Alan got married in Vermont in an 18th Century Old Labor Hall. Elizabeth is also a singer and plays the trombone so she was not only the bride but the entertainment too. They are a fun and creative couple..
Elizabeth plays the trombone and Alan is a sculptor. A down to earth and festive time was had at their wedding in Vermont at an 18th century Labor hall. Her father’s band backing her up 🙂
It rained…wow did it rain. We did some portraits shots in the garage and there were lots of umbrellas for a quick shot outside.. Apparently rainy weddings runs in the family and is the sign of a long and happy marriage 🙂