September 5th: Ariele and Peter

What a great way to start our September weddings, and all of our fall weddings for that matter! The weather was gorgeous and the crowd was fun. Throughout the ceremony, their first dance, and their intimate photo shoot in the cornfield, it was a pleasure to see a couple so in love. The ceremony had personal touches including the couples own vows and well wishes read by the bridal party. The fans with the couples’ initials and the programs gave a perfect country and vintage feel to the ceremony which carried over to the reception with the use of burlap table runners. The cocktail hour featured shrimp cocktail and oysters which was a very nice addition. Add tons of dancing and 5 varieties of cupcakes to the reception and you are definitely in for a treat. The bride and groom were able to have a great balance of hanging out with their friends and stealing intimate moments together. The photo shoot in the cornfield not only produced beautiful pictures with the sunlight perfectly hitting the couple, but it also gave the couple some moments to stare lovingly into each others eyes and steal a few kisses. Not only was this wedding fun but it was one of my favorites because the bride and groom chose lobster and filet mignon to serve as the entree! Yum! Photography by J...

September 4th: Jeremy and Katherine

Photography and slideshow by Phil Cantor Jeremy and Kate met at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia in her fall semester 2004. As a student in Jeremy’s English 422 Shakespeare Tragedies class, Katie had an instant crush on him (like most of his other female students) but politely kept her distance.  After Katie graduated, Jeremy left William & Mary to teach at the University of Toronto. After keeping in touch via email to discuss Katie’s plans for grad school, the couple met up for drinks when visiting Washington, D.C. and the rest is history! After four years of long-distance between New Jersey, Indiana and Toronto and they finally tied the knot and are living right where they had their first drink – DC! After meeting in Jeremy’s Shakespeare class, it was no wonder their wedding featured a Shakespearean actor among  the details of this beautiful, classic, and fun wedding!...

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