Thursday, July 10, 2008

You Belong Among the Wildflowers

I am finally getting around to posting some photos from Camille & Matt's wedding in June. I met Camille & Matt when I shot their engagement photos back in January. It happened to be one of the coldest days of the winter. They were good sports about it and I learned how to shoot while wearing mittens/gloves/fingerless gloves/hat/coat. Their wedding happened to fall on the hottest day up to that point. Figures, right? It was awesome! Every detail to the day had their stamp on it. They even put out travel-size board games at the different tables for their guests to play. I watched a very heated game of Battleship and the Hungry, Hungry Hippos was also pretty competitive. Whether they were supposed to or not, some of the guests definitely left with the games at the end of the party. Very sneaky.

This is the ceiling in the Multicultural Center for the Arts in Cambridge. Isn't it awesome?

Ring shot! I love that their rings are the same. Everything about the wedding really suited Camille and Matt as a couple and the rings were just one of those details.

The dress shot! Camille's dress had this classic feel to it. It really suited her and her hair and make-up matched the tone perfectly!

One of the other perfect details of the day was the cake. More specifically, the cake topper. I've seen flamenco dancers. I've seen glass fish. I've seen a bride dragging her groom. This was my first ever zombie bride & groom wedding cake topper! How awesome is it?

The romantic kiss!

A little bridal portrait with the flowers, post-ceremony. She already has that "just married" glow!

Here are some of my favorites of the bride and groom together.

This wedding was so much fun to photograph. I know I say that about all the weddings, but honestly, they've all been fun! Congratulations Camille & Matt!

As an aside, I just realized that I wrote two posts in a row whose titles come from Tom Petty songs. Must be the mood I'm in.

1 comment:

rachel said...

beautiful images, Meg! you really kicked ass on that wedding. thanks!