sarah & ben: hall of springs

Wow, what an awesome weekend. Can you believe it was suppose to rain/snow and it never did? All three of our weddings rocked too. So now I’m going to share the first of three weddings from this past weekend. This one features Sarah and Ben, you’ve seen these guys before on the blog since I shot their engagement shoot. Friday weddings in the fall are generally tricky if the couple doesn’t do a first look. Friday ceremonies usually start 5 or 6pm but this one was an early Friday ceremony at 2pm. I loved that this was an early wedding for a couple reasons. The main one being light… of course right? The other reason was I was home in time to watch the Yankee’s 4-1 victory over the Angels! Gotta love October. These guys tied the knot in the Delmar Reformed Church which we really enjoyed shooting at. The outside is so quaint and charming. After some rocking shots outside the church with some awesome fall colors we made a pit stop onto the Avenue of the Pines because that road is simply beautiful this time of year. Really though, it’s always a beautiful road but the fall just kicks it up a notch. Then it was party time and the New York Players took it from there. It was a great wedding to start the weekend with. By the way, ask us where we shot on Saturday. Thats right the Hall of Springs again so stay tuned for that post! We thank Sarah & Ben for having us and wish you both the very best.

Enjoy, leave love,

How many wedding related events can you count?

I’ll always give props to the ever popular, highly in-demand hair and makeup of Alayne of Make Me Fabulous. Why? Because she’s ALWAYS on time and does a slamming job.

Sarah is so photogenic.

Love Dad seeing her for the first time.

The ladies with their cool dresses.

And some cool red heels.

The view from Sarah’s parents home is pretty sweet!

This ring shot was all too easy for me.

Bow ties are making a big comeback this season. I dig them.

Look at Sarah taking a deep breath.

A real moment that took place during their receiving line.

How classic?

For the photogs… a 50mm 1.2L is sweet.

But nothing beats my 200mm 1.8L… favorite shot of the day.

I love Sarah’s calm content look in this image.

Classic Saratoga.

Remember this?

Pretty sweet bridal party shot huh?

The Hall of Springs.

No caption needed.

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sneak peek of a sweet fall weekend