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Sep15

A Wedding at The Ridge Club, MA | Lisa+Kris

Connecticut Vintage wedding Photographer

Lisa and Kris were married out on The Cape over Labor Day at the Corpus Christi church in Sandwich Ma. (It’s opn a street with such a cute name: Quaker Meeting House Road, that I expected a small, tiny location. But rather it was new, big and bright!)

 

I was with the girls while Jay Fleming hopped over to photograph the guys

this incredible light was streaming in through the stained glass, and since the place had so much room, I was actually able to shot it and use it as a light source as well as a ‘backdrop’!

 

yup – things got emotional as Lisa came down the aisle…

 

everyone took a trolly over to The Ridge Club for the reception–

sure we were worried about ticks—but check out that light!!

 

as much as i’d like to take the credit—this flare is ALl Jay!

 

getting them into position here took a little trip in a golf cart and my yelling instructions from afar – but it was SO worth it

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I love this little tree to hang well-wishes for the couple on–really cool idea!

a moment between the 2 Moms….

a little photobooth action from Ikes Atomic Time Capsule, which is a compact, completely self contained photobooth setup with a touch screen, allowing folks to choose a layout, see themselves and then get prints in just a couple of minutes—really efficient way to do a photobooth. The best part?…I had to do nothing!!

there were SO MANY sparklers that I could feel the tiny flames hitting the top of my head. I was afraid to look afterwards—its getting thin enough as it is…

3 Comments

  1. Rick O

    Love it – you killed that whole wedding the images are just outstanding, fastastic job!!!

  2. Erik Souza

    This wedding is gorgeous, from the delicious light to the fantastic candid shots – as to be expected!

  3. susan stokes

    How can so much absolute love be captured in a moment’s time? Robert you were so very present but not seen yet still found each special moment and sealed them for all to behold…..thankyou

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