I photographed Tara and Bryan’s wedding at Woodcliff. This was actually the first wedding I photographed there in its entirety. In the past I’d have the bride getting ready there with a different Rochester or even Canandaigua location for the ceremony, or just coming there for a reception, but this was the first start to finish event at Woodcliff. It was nice to not have to drive anywhere!
I perched the shoes in the bamboo (Tara and her girls had the Asian-themed room)
It was the biggest bridal bouquet I had ever seen. And definitely the heaviest. I love little details like this cute ladybug here.
We had hoped to have the ceremony in the outdoor gazebo, but unfortunately it threatened to rain, so everyone was moved inside.
The rain didn’t stay long, and we were able to go outside for family formals and bridal party shots.
Bryan’s co-workers brought something from work to play with
Ah… my favorite time of day, just the newlyweds by themselves.
What a beautiful little family of almost three.
Searching for the garter
I’m in love with these rings! What a beautiful set.
Did I mention my love for these rings?! (Shot on the serving tray full of creamer and cinnamon sticks)