As a wedding photographer, it only makes sense that I attend a lot of weddings. I've seen a lot of creative couples put together some truly special events, but nothing could prepare me for just how incredible Nathan and Beth's wedding was going to be.
For a Rhode Island wedding in March, it was an exceptionally beautiful day, especially considering the snow storms that hit the previous weekend and the following weekend!
The day began with a simple and sweet ceremony at the First Unitarian Church Of Providence, in scenic College Hill. From there, we hopped in the limo and headed over to Rhodes On The Pawtuxet, for what was perhaps the most incredible reception I've ever had the privilege of photographing. The venue itself was stunning, with a large open ballroom lit by gorgeous paper lanterns. Of course, Nathan and Beth did an exceptional job personalizing their special day by creating centerpieces and adding other small details, such as attaching Pinterest-worthy keys to their placeholders.
A special moment in the evening for me was getting the opportunity to accompany the groom on guitar while he sang an original song written for his new bride. It's not every wedding that I get to step out of my photographer role and put my Berklee College of Music degree to use.
The rest of the evening was an absolute blast, with tons of good music, dancing, and a fantastic photo booth loaded with hilarious props.
And finally, I want to give a huge thanks to Doug Young at Chesley Photo, Kaylee Greer from Dog Breath Photography, and Tim Siekiera of TJS Photographic for help with photographing, videographing, light stand holding, wedding party posing, and being all around awesome people.