A few months ago, a nervous bride and her mother sat down with me for the imperative final meeting just a few days before the wedding. Well prepared with itineraries, schedules, and invoices the bride opened a three ring binder labeled "Wedding Day" and handed
Slow Down! What’s the hurry?
It never ceases to amaze me the speed in which some Brides walk, or should I say run down the isle. The Music starts, the church doors open and bam!! There’s the Bride sprinting towards her Groom!
Russ. Week after week, regardless of the scale and scope of the wedding, despite the family’s culture or ethnicity, I see the same two looks in parent’s eyes. First, is the look of relief, joy and pride that their son or daughter
I like old people. The older the better. I especially enjoy the elderly at a wedding. They have in society’s standards lost their looks. They don’t care that when they speak their mind it is not politically correct. They, the 91 year old grandmother or the
One of the many advantages of being the youngest member in a large family is that you are often ignored. While my parents and siblings laughed, cried, argued and tried to gain the upper hand on each other, I watched. A loud and ego-driven set of four older
Isabel Lawrence Photographers /// Thu, 22 October 2009 /// Photography
One of the most frequently asked questions we hear from our prospective brides is: "Should my fiancé and I see each other before the ceremony?"
In some religions and cultures the option of seeing each other before is simply not allowed. For
Melissa_Mermin /// Mon, 14 September 2009 /// Photography
My good friend Sally got married in Fenway Park this summer--How Beantown-Red Sox-pride cool is that? I photographed her nuptuals as a gift also and made her and Dan this Love Story. I found a great version of 'Take Me Out To The Ballgame' by the Boston Pops with a special