Angie & Tom’s Early Fall Wedding at Maneely’s in South Windsor, Connecticut
Angie & Tom’s wedding day had the perfect early fall New England weather, sunny blue skies with just a hint of warmth. I met up with Angie and her girls at The Head Chop in Manchester, CT, not to far from her childhood home. When I arrived I was so excited to see Angie, and just how stunning she would be! Not only was Angie absolutely gorgeous, but she was so calm as well. Her special day was coming together!
A capture of Bride Angie as she sees herself for the first time with hair and make-up done.
Next we headed to her parent’s home, where Angie grew up. It was so special to be able to capture her in the place where she spent so many years growing and changing, maybe even dreaming of who she would become, whom she would marry. There were family photos hung in the room where her dress was, and some small family heirlooms that marked different milestones.
Tom was with his guys at The Hampton Inn and Suites also in Machester, Connecticut. How handsome is this Groom as he is getting ready for his wedding? Plus some super fabulous portraits of the groom and his fellas.
Golden hour portraits of the couple on the grounds of Maneely’s where their reception was held.
Church: St. James Church
Reception: Maneely’s Banquets
Cake: Modern Pastry Shop
Dress: Mariella Creations
Suits: JT Ghamo
Flowers: Brown’s Flowers Inc.
Make-up: Beauty Goddess
Hair: Transcendent Makeup
DJ: Visual Sound Production
Second photographer: David Apuzzo
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