Arielle and Chris scream cool. They work in awesome creative jobs, have super cool senses of style, were having their dog in the wedding party, and – of course – live in Brooklyn. So when they told me they were getting married in rural New Jersey, I raised an eyebrow. Until I saw how they crafted their wonderful day combining intimacy and fun. Their chic yet rustic ceremony at The Loft at Jack’s Barn was the epitome of romantic with Chris breaking into tears the moment he saw his bride, followed by a hearty dinner with beer bottle vases on the tables and dancing all night. Amidst the assortment of antiques and endless lens flare, their wedding was an absolute dream to photograph, and an honor to attend.
I love their attention to detail, from a cute yet cool clutch to remembering family heirloom jewelry to remember those who couldn’t attend in person. Not to mention a kickass Scrabble tile mosaic dedicated to their personal love story! All the wood and subtle details perfectly fit the antique vibes of the space.
Everyone has seen a Bride dress hanger, but how about one for the groom? They thought of everything!
These natural light portraits are among my favorite ever. Serene and demure, with a smirk.
I might have shed a tear after their first kiss. Scratch that, I definitely did.
This is pretty much my dream venue.
Golden hour portraits have my heart fuzzy and warm.