Mr & Mrs James & Megan Capone April 25, 2009

Jim and Megan of Dracut were married in a beautiful wedding ceremony at the West Chelmsford United Methodist Church. Their reception took place at the Sky Meadow Country Club in Nashua, NH. I had a wonderful time photographing these two as they both had a fun sense of humor, and the bride in particular had a great sense of style. The time and effort they put into planning their wedding, assisted by Leslie from Planned Perfectly, showed through in the details.
From the fabulous red shoes and sunglasses Megan wore, to the school bus they had decorated to transport the bridal party, Jim and Megan infused their wedding with their own personalities. And in case you were wondering about the unique cake toppers, called Poppets, they were made by artist Lisa Snellings. You can learn more about poppets from her website

Sky Meadows Country Club was a great choice for a reception site. They host only one wedding at a time, have a landscaped bridal garden for formals, and their event manager, Sue, provided me and the wedding couple with golf carts so we could quickly get to the best place to capture the sunset.

Leslie of Planned Perfectly Event Planning,, really helped the day go smoothly and stay on schedule with great organizational skills and attention to detail. According to the bride and groom, hiring a wedding planner made the whole day less stressful.

When the Groom hired Locomotion DJ for their wedding reception, he happened to mention that he was a huge Rush fan, so when the bride and groom walked out to cut the cake, DJ Ernie Houle played a little snippet of Rush “Limelight”. What a great surprise and a great example of a wedding vendor who listens. I have worked with Ernie on many occasions, and he is a real pro.
Locomotion DJ Productions –

Oh, and I almost forgot the exquisite makeup
Megan’s dress was by Marry + Tux –
The cake was by Jacque’s Pastries (That’s where my wedding cake was from, too!) –

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Semple Wedding April 18, 2008

I had the pleasure of photographing Mathew and Melissa’s wedding Saturday April 18. These two were really fun to photograph and had a great sense of humor. Matthew is in the Navy and will be deploying soon. His groomsmen made quite a picture as they were all in their dress blues. Wedding days are always highly emotional, but this day was punctuated by the fact it was the first time Mr. and Mrs. Semple had seen their three sons, all military men, together in 5 years.
Melissa and Matthew chose the romantic Monponsett Inn in Halifax, MA because of its convenient location, service, and great view. The Inn is situated on a picturesque lake and has a Gazeebo and beautifully manicured grounds for formal wedding photography. Below are a few of the images I made from the day, beginning with the preparations of hair and make-up to the last dance.

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Check off some “I do” to-do’s and eat free cake

Ready to make some serious headway on your to-do list and have a day of fun with your bridesmaids at the same time? Then come to a spring bridal show at the Searles Castle in Windham NH on Wed May 13th starting at 6pm.

This is a great opportunity to meet loads of vendors, listen to wedding DJs, sample wedding cakes, and get all kinds of ideas for decorations, invitations and more. There will even be models showing off the latest wedding gowns and hairstyles.

This Bridal show is hosted by Dream Day Bridal Promotions. They are offering free tickets, if you register here: You can also check out the other Dream Day Local Bridal Shows by clicking the link.

I am really looking forward to this event, bridal shows are always great fun and the Searles Castle is a beautiful venue for a fairy tale wedding. Come by my table and say hi!

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Spring Bridal Show at the Granite Rose

This past weekend was the spring bridal show at the Granite Rose ( in Hampstead NH. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Hampstead, it is right off of rte 111 – just a quick drive from either Nashua or Salem.

Even though it is not far off the beaten path, the Granite Rose is in a quiet secluded area. A beautiful event center that is both elegant and rustic with lots of windows to enjoy the view. It also has a wrap-around deck and a gazebo for formal photos. The landscaping was beautiful and will make a great backdrop for outdoor photos. The photo below is from their website:

The inside is beautiful too, they keep it up very nicely and it has a large main room (The Embassy Room) with two built-in bars and plenty of room to accommodate different seating arrangements. The color scheme was pink and light green, which is the wedding colors of many of my spring brides. There is a smaller room downstairs which I didn’t have a chance to see. One thing that stood out to me were the chairs; they were noticeably nicer than most function facilities and very comfortable – you wouldn’t need chair covers for these. Also, the staff members I had a chance to talk to were very friendly, helpful and professional.

It was great to meet all the brides-to-be and to check out the other vendors. A vendor I hadn’t seen before was a dance studio that teaches pole dancing – and they had a live demonstration set up right in front of my booth! The more daring brides can check them out at

Going to the shows just reminds me of what a great way it is for brides to check out so many different vendors all in one place. They can hear the DJs, see real flower arrangements, taste the wedding cakes, and even catch a bridal fashion show, all in a couple of hours. It is a great time-saver and a fun way to spend an evening or an afternoon. They also get a chance to meet the vendors in person, which is such an important aspect of choosing the professionals you are trusting to make your day perfect. So get out and go to some!

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Bridal Shows

Last night I participated at the “New England Bride” bridal show at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua. It is a great place for pictures as it resembles a castle with fantastic brick archways in the main lobby. We had a great turnout and made some appointments. My next Bridal Show will be in Hampstead NH, at the Granite Rose. If you would like to attend you can get tickets at Tickets are $5 at the door, or $2 online.

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