I’m very good at blogging in a timely fashion. So good in fact that these two have already celebrated their first anniversary and have a 3 month old baby (shout out to Charlotte). But this is just one of those weddings that I’m really proud of, and well, sometimes that’s the hardest stuff to put out there. Also I’ve just been really busy, okay?! #isitdecemberyet. Jewish weddings have always been among my favorites (even though I’ve suffered a black eye and a injured toe or two during the Hora). There’s just something about a wedding where couples get to break things during the ceremony and the get tossed around like rag dolls in chairs during the reception. Gillian and Dan chose to host their Jewish Wedding at Cornman Farms, and well, I’m just pleased as punch to have been chosen to photograph it.
The day was made beautiful through a lot of hard work and planning on Gillian’s and her Mother’s part, as well as incredible florals throughout the entire property by Parsonage Events. Seriously. I don’t think I’ve ever been around this many flowers in my life and I don’t know if I ever will be again. The team from Two Foot Creative helped out on the day of to make sure everything came together and Leah Moss added some beautiful touches of calligraphy throughout the event. It was truly a team effort.
I want to thank Brides Magazine for featuring this wedding a while back. You can read more about the team there and hear a little bit about why Gillian and Dan chose Cornman Farms. I should probably also thank Brides for naming me one of the top 72 wedding photographers in the biz right now. That still feels a bit surreal to say, and well, I’m not one to brag, but my Aunt insisted I should tell people it happened so here I am, telling the 6 of you who will actually read the text on this blog post. Is there anybody out there?
Anyways, here’s a beautiful wedding with beautiful people and beautiful flowers. Enjoy.