We had a fantastic way to end our 2009 wedding season–shooting a wedding 2 days after Christmas! Katherine and Jerry found us online and noticed we do travel for photography. So, the day after Christmas Laura and I traveled to Livingston, NJ to stay with relatives and prepare for our Christmas wedding the next day in Linden, NJ.
We have never shot a Christmas-themed wedding before, and it was so beautiful! Katherine and Jerry opted to also have “before wedding” photos done. They were able to see each other and have some sweet moments just the two of them before their wedding. This has become a new feature in modern weddings we don’t normally see in CNY, but we really welcomed this new event in this couple’s wedding.
One of the highlights for us at the reception was the beautifully choreographed first dance with Katherine and Jerry. They did such a great job…it made me tear up! These two are such a loving and caring couple, and we are so thankful for the honor to share in your magical wedding day.
We had a great time with the fun bridal party, daggers, nerf guns and all. (Another first for us!) We loved how all of your personalities shined through in helping to make this day so special for Katherine and Jerry.
Thanks again for allowing us to capture your special day. We hope you have a wonderful honeymoon and best wishes for a long and happy marriage!
~ Pam and Laura
Below are some sneak peak pictures from Katherine and Jerry’s day. Feel free to comment on them and let us know what you think. The rest will be up soon!
The hotel room in the bridal suite cast some beautiful natural light!
These guys really hammed it up during the groom’s portrait session.
I love the colors they chose for this winter wedding–just beautiful.
I love these parent portraits.
Daggers at a wedding…something you don’t see everyday! But, of course it had a special meaning to Katherine and Jerry, so it worked out perfectly.
The look on their faces when they first saw each other was priceless. Very cool way to start their wedding day!
More sneak peak photos to come in the next few days…stay tuned!