Erin was one of my favorite brides ever! After the engagement session she took many of our suggestions for relating to the camera and just went with it. This bride rocked it and she has one pretty fabulous groom too. They were such a fun and beautiful couple. I loved Erin’s non traditional gown and everyone has been asking me about the gorgeous collared coat she wore over it, both of which she found at Something Bleu Bridal in Saratoga. The other element of her wedding day style that really had people talking was her unique pony which was done by stylist Erin Durrant. The gorgeous make-up for Erin and her girls was done by Tina of Flawless by Tina with her amazing assistant Polina. We also have to give a special thanks to videographer extraordinaire Mike Verenini of Lovecraft Productions for not only being such a pleasure to work with but also for helping out with our photobooth set up when a piece of our equipment broke. He was a master of the camera but also the duct tape and we thank him for that! The event took place at The Crooked Lake House in Averill Park which is just one of the most amazing venues in the area. The staff is amazing to work with, the food is always excellent and this unique spot has some of the most beautiful light of any venue we have photographed not to mention the beautiful outdoor areas and the view. With all of these awesome elements, it no wonder that this sunny, snowy wedding was one of our favorites.
Erin had these beautiful slippers hand made in the UK.
Cutest doggy costume ever.
Tina working her magic.
Love these two.
And the coat. LOVE the coat.
These jerseys were a gift to the groomsmen. So cool.
Time to get married!
Mr. & Mrs. Napoleone
This room makes me so happy.
Best bridesmaid dresses ever. How awesome are these? I’m obsessed. And this light! Amazing.
One of my favorites from the whole day. LOVE. These ladies were so much fun.
Definitely can’t pick a favorite. How cute is Joe?
And for this introduction the bridesmaid and groomsmen switched their clothing. That is awesome.
Thank you Erin & Joe!