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Minerals Resort Wedding | Patrick & Gina

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Minerals Resort Wedding | Patrick & Gina

A couple of weeks ago we had the honor to photograph Pat & Gina's wedding at the Mineral Resorts & Spa in Vernon Township, NJ.  As we started drafting this blog, a few things stood out right away from our memories. The stunning bride in her gorgeous Katie May gown, the attention to every detail to the extent that the talented bride, Gina had even had-made the decor pieces for her wedding day and finally, the crazy weather we had on their big day. We had experienced everything, from the extreme humidity to torrential rain during the ceremony to the absolutely amazing evening skies in the evening which they truly deserved! Continue reading...

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Rutgers Gardens Wedding | Ashay & Dhara

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Rutgers Gardens Wedding | Ashay & Dhara

Photographing weddings has given us a privilege to meet so many people from so many different walks of life, it's amazing. Ashay & Dhara were recommended to us by our friends Pooja & Sandeep. When we met Ashay & Dhara for the first time, we instantly connected. We talked about their wedding plans amongst other things (of course), and discovered our mutual love for podcast radios! Needless to say we immediately whipped out our cellphones to share some of our favorite stations. We often listen to the radio stations they recommended and cannot help, but think of our lovely couple! This wedding was also featured on Maharani Weddings which can be found hereContinue reading...

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The Bethwood Wedding | Justin & Mehtap

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The Bethwood Wedding | Justin & Mehtap

First wedding of 2017 and a second Turkish-Italian wedding for us! This is a glimpse of their wedding celebrations at The Bethwood. The entire week prior to the big day we kept our eyes peeled on the weather as it was expected to rain during our scheduled time for their wedding portraits but the rain got pushed back just enough for us to finish taking pictures of our newly weds at the Lamber Castle before heading back to The Bethwood. Needless to say, we used the dark clouds to our advantage to create some great moody winter imagery. Continue reading...

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