When I met Cherri, she kept talking about how comfortable she felt, how her belly had dropped and that she was so ready to meet baby Carmine. Carmine’s expected due date was December 19th,… but he had other plans. On Sunday, November 26th,  Cherri and Joey welcomed their healthy baby boy into this world. I had a great time with these parents to be and I can’t wait to catch up with them and baby Carmine when they are home! Here are some of my favorites from one of their last quiet mornings together! Congrats to the new family! <3 

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The weather has been picture perfect for family sessions, with the exception of a little wind this past weekend when I met up with the Lounsbury Family! I think it is such a privilege and an honor to continue to photograph families as they grow. Here are a quick few favorites from the generations session from last weekend! <3 

 

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My husband and I met Katie and Henrik in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. Katie had given us directions to met them at their apartment. It was such a cool area of NY and Henrik and Katie were such great tour guides! On our afternoon stroll in Brooklyn, we went to the place they first met, the cafe they had their first dinner together and the shore where he proposed. We talked life, beer, families and had a great time together exploring an area that they knew so well! Here are my favorites from their session with my husband and I! I can’t wait for their March 2018 wedding! 

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wedding date: October 28th, 2017

Hannah and Nick travels back to where Hannah grew up to have their wedding. They were married on an unseasonably warm day (which has been the trend this fall) in Carlisle, PA at the Carlisle Army Base. Over the last year I have gotten to know Hannah from teaching and I totally enjoyed being at their destination wedding last weekend. 

Hannah and Nick had everything in one spot for the whole day. They prepared for their wedding at the venue, they planned on an indoor ceremony, then a walk around the grounds for formals and at last to enjoy the party inside the community center. Everything was simple and stunningly planned. Hannah’s aunt help set up all of the fall decorations and place everything in the perfect spot. 

Their ceremony was sweet. Hannah and Nick wrote their own vows and then tied three ropes together to signify their relationship together and with God. It is a nice wooden piece that they can hang in their home for the rest of their lives.

The DJ kept the crowd rocking all night as they opened up the dance floor with a few epic 1st dances. To top off the series of epic dances, Hannah and her dad broke into a dance to “Uptown Funk” to start the dance floor rocking! What a great day, a great place and a fun couple to cap off the end of my 9 straight weeks of weddings! Cheers to the newlyweds, I look forward to hearing about their honeymoon in Hawaii!! Here’s to the next 100 years! 

 

 

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