Two best friends.

Both each others maids of honor.

Both weddings in a year.

Thats how I met Trish! My gorgeous bride happened to be in her best friends wedding that I  photographed earlier that year. It was great to see familiar faces at yet another awesome wedding! The day started at Trish’s parents house where some of the girls were getting their hair and makeup done. After everyone was done, Jen and I headed over to the Avon Old Farms where we met the rest of the girls, the guys, and the families. Trish was getting ready while Eric arrived and  patiently waited inside the air conditioned rooms.Trish and EricView The Rest of This Post»

I absolutely loved being a part of Sarah and Kevin’s wedding day. We started the day at the Courtyard Marriott in Wallingford going back and forth between Sarah and Kevin’s rooms able to photograph both getting ready. The Energy throughout the morning was just pure excitement! After we left the hotel we went to the ceremony and reception located at Sarah’s mom and step-dads house. Just a few words on this house. To. Die. For. From the white tent set up in the backyard to the black eyed susans’ planted out front to the covered arch at the top of the hill where they will be married, you couldn’t have picked a better setting. A huge thank you to Cheryl Cronin for helping me out second shooting this wedding! I’m pretty sure we were both in detail heaven! It was a really amazing night filled with dancing, Chinese lanterns, and the most amazing food ever! Congrats!!!Sarah and KevinView The Rest of This Post»

Dana Bartone Nastri - November 7, 2014 - 1:13 am

OMG those ice blue eyes!! These photos are so beautiful. I love how you captured all the details. Studio 1923 does it again!!!

Abigail Swartz - November 7, 2014 - 1:32 am

These girls were so much fun to work with, and so beautiful! Was so happy to be able to be part of this special day!

Jennifer Valentino - November 9, 2014 - 2:34 am


Carol Duffy - November 9, 2014 - 3:03 am

Absolutely gorgeous pictures!

Frank Iezzi - November 9, 2014 - 10:55 am

What a great day that was! Can we do it again?

Frank Iezzi - November 9, 2014 - 10:55 am

What a great day that was! Can we do it again?

J Ignacio Santos Ortiz - November 9, 2014 - 2:22 pm

Very nice pictures. Love them.. Sarah your wedding looks like it fun…

Mike Lang - November 11, 2014 - 4:19 pm

Great Pics, you two make a beautiful couple, glad I could make it!

Joan Hochstetter Lang - November 11, 2014 - 7:20 pm

Great time! Beautiful pictures!

Lindsay and Will’s engagement session was taken at Mystic Seaport so it was only fitting to continue the nautical theme that they both love throughout their entire wedding. They really nailed all the details and color scheme from the flowers down to the table cloths. Saltwater Farm Vineyard did an amazing job as always! We all wish you so much happiness and love in your life! Congrats you guys!!! Lindsay and WillView The Rest of This Post»

Emily and I met while carving pumpkins around this time last year at her brother and I’s mutual friends house. When I say “carving pumpkins” what I really should be saying is that we bonded and talked about weddings the entire night while our friends carved all the pumpkins. I had recently found out she got engaged to Matt a few days before and I immediately stepped into my wedding zone throwing out advice, ideas, and overall excitedness her way. Our day started at the Inn at Middletown,  had a full mass at St. Mary’s Church in Portland CT, and we ended at  The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station  who by the way did a phenomenal job! A huge shout out to Michelle Girard for second shooting with me! (you may find some amazing photos later on in this post of us laughing hysterically, because it would be a wedding unless you let your hair down (literally) and have some fun) And of course we couldn’t have had a crazy dance party without Mike Connolly who was killing it the entire night behind the DJ booth. Congratulations Emily and Matt!!! Im so honored that I got to be a part of your day! -Amanda
Emily and MattView The Rest of This Post»