Ashley & Andy's New England Wedding On The Lake – Middletown, Connecticut

January 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

If I had to choose only one word to represent my time with Ashly & Andy, it would be family. They both made Tom and I feel so welcome, included us in so much, and we walked away good friends. (Ashley and I can’t stop snapchattin’ each other photos of our cats in ridiculous poses.) But of course it was about more than just how they treated us, it was woven into every part of their day. Her engagement ring was built with diamonds from both her mother and mother-in-law’s rings & made with love from the very same jeweller who built the ring Ashley’s mother had crafted when Ashley was born, the cake came all the way from Hartford made with love from a little Italian bakery that her mom grew up enjoying, the florist was Ashley’s grandparents florist, Andy even proposed with family present! Family is a huge part of who they are and it remained embedded inside every single moment of their wedding day. When Ashley said, “I can’t wait to share your beautiful photography with my future children”, something resonated inside me. Sharing memories, moments, and experiences is what I live for. It was an honor to be a part of, and help capture forever, their special day. For them, their family, their children and their children’s children. Congratulations, Ashley & Andy!


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