Nicole + Adam

Inside! No, outside! No, inside!

The weather was a little touch and go leading up to Nicole + Adam's ceremony. The decision between the Greenhouse's outdoor courtyard and the indoor backup plan was swinging back and forth, but when your backup plan looks as good as this, I don't think anyone takes issue.

Nicole + Adam are the type of people that when you go out for drinks with them after an engagement shoot, you want to order another round, and at the end of the night still say "So when do you want to hang out again?" Lucky for us, our families have been friends since I was born, so we are sure to connect many more times over the years to come.

With that said, enjoy a look through Nicole + Adam's heartfelt, love-filled, laugh-ridden wedding day.



Rachelle + Michael

Subverting the patriarchy

To say that Rachelle + Michael are your typical Bride and Groom would be selling them short. Way short.
They are the sweetest, kindest, most interesting pair and I am so thrilled that we were invited into their relationship if even just for a time. Rachelle + Michael were mutually engaged while snuggling in their bed (I'm assuming next to their cat Pumpkin). Rachelle promptly got up and grabbed the twine and made them some engagement rings.
They are equals at their cores. From, the card Rachelle bought Michael that read endearingly "To my beautiful wife", to them entering the ceremony hand in hand in front of their friends and family. There is no hierarchy, only shared love and devotion.

Personal favorite moment: The super sweet gift exchange they shared after having their first look. Spoiler alert, they are better gift givers than you are.

I think you'd be hard-pressed to think of a time where you had more fun at brunch than we did at Rachelle + Michael's Sunday brunch wedding.

Venue: Berkley Field House
Florist: Patchouli Design



Andrew + Sarah: Winter Wedding

I was really hoping to post this video as an homage to winter, a way to remember the good times from this season yet enjoy the beautiful spring weather. However as I awoke this morning and looked out the window, I noticed that winter had returned. Normally I wouldn't be to happy about this but there is something strangely fitting to it. If I were you, I'd stay inside, bundle up into a blanket and watch this beautiful winter wedding.

Sarah and Andrew are a couple that just work. From being infants together in the nursery to having grandparents that were close friends, it seems as though they were destined to end up together. They are the sort of couple that when you first meet them you just know that thy are on to something good. I'd hate to make a peanut butter and jelly reference right now, but you know what I'm getting at.