Perfect weather, an exquisite barnlike wedding venue, an amazingly kind and fun couple, and their super sweet family and friends are what I got for Kaylee and Brian’s spring wedding in New Hampshire. My couple said their I dos at the impressive Bedford Village Inn, and together, we created so many memorable moments and stellar photos of the celebration. It was such a beautiful day, and my couple’s high spirits added to the celebrations. The gorgeously green backgrounds that the Bedford Village Inn provided us with were a bonus for me. They not only offered us relaxing and refreshing surroundings but also helped me create some stunning wedding photos. The impressive wooden interiors were a beauty too and exuded so much elegance. They helped me highlight my couple’s fine taste, their wedding vision, and the overall theme of the wedding. I had so much fun at Kaylee and Brian’s wedding, and photographing my couple and their guests was a joy throughout.
Kaylee and Brian make a lovely couple, and they both work in the restaurant/hospitality industry, and that’s how they first met. They are both so sweet, but, despite the similarities, one thing sets them apart. And that is photography! Now, you’d ask – how photography? Well! The difference is that while Kaylee loves having her photos taken, Brian doesn’t! LOL. But, as a photographer, I have to say that on their wedding day, Brian was absolutely flattering in front of the camera when we got the opportunity to create lots of photos of the newlyweds after the ceremony.
Typically, I never have that much time to play just like that on wedding days. But on Kaylee and Brian’s special day, I had that liberty. So, we explored more of the Bedford Village Inn grounds minus the usual stress of a wedding day. And from photographing the couple in front of the Bedford Inn barn to creating their portraits in those lush lawns with a string of bulb lights overhead, I enjoyed it all. I loved creating all those romantic portraits of the bride and groom and had fun spending time with both of them. My couple’s ever-smiling faces only made my work more interesting and easier. But before this, I photographed all the wedding details and took solo portraits of Kaylee and Brian (of course, because their look for the day deserved some spotlight). I also created images of the bride and groom with their closest ones and did not miss capturing the beauty of the verdurous ceremony site.
The decorations were fantastic, the music lovely, and the florals absolutely pretty. The florist (who is a longtime friend of the mother of the bride) had made a bouquet with some special and meaningful touches, like adding an olive branch and rosemary twigs (I think) to it. Why? Because the groom, Brian, is a professional chef in Washington DC and adding a few herbs to the bouquet was done to honor his profession. That’s such a beautiful gesture! Besides this, there were so many other sweet moments at this wedding. Both fathers shed some tears of joy during the ceremony and immediately after. Also, during the ceremony, the officiant gave out the full story of how Kaylee and Brian had met and how they got engaged. These were some heartwarming moments for everyone present!
The reception was so wonderful too. The aesthetic wooden indoors, brilliant chandeliers, and the brightly twinkling lights inside the barn set the mood right for this celebration. The cake-cutting ceremony, the traditional dances, and the toasts were amazing! Soon, the dance floor was opened for guests, and guess what! My couple didn’t miss the fun. They joined their family and friends on the dance floor and enjoyed the party. I think this was a perfect way of welcoming their new life together in style!
Kaylee and Brian, you two are such sweethearts, and your wedding was gorgeous! I enjoyed capturing all your special moments on my camera and turning your beautiful memories into stunning wedding photos. Be it your dresses, the decor, or other arrangements, everything on your big day was flawless! Being your wedding photographer was both an honor and a pleasure for me. I want to thank you both for including me in your special day and giving me an opportunity to play my little role in your love story. I hope the two of you will like your wedding photos as much as I loved creating them at the awe-inspiring Bedford Village Inn, and I wish you both a happy married life ahead!
Hey readers! If you liked reading Kaylee and Brian’s story and loved the wedding photos I took at Bedford Village Inn, I’ve got more of them for you here. You can check out the pictures I created for Brittany and Michael’s Bedford Village Inn Wedding and the ones I took for Kelly and Sean’s Bedford Village Inn Wedding. My style is light and airy wedding photography, and if you are looking for something similar, you can contact me right away! Have queries? Drop me an email or call me at (603) 703-2626. If you want to see more of my work and get updates, you can follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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