Hello Again! Jon and Fara’s Binghamton, NY Wedding
The strange thing about wedding photography is that we work so hard to make your portraits unique to you, to try to understand the couple and make it a “perfect day” – at least where your wedding photography is concerned – and then for the most part you never see us again. It’s sad!
But, amazingly, we have seen Fara before. No, she didn’t get married again and use us both times (though there is no shame in that – we would gladly photograph anyone again). We met Fara as a bridesmaid in two other weddings before she and Jon decided to tie the knot. Both of those brides were back to share in Fara’s big day and for us it felt a little like a reunion!
When the time came for choosing a wedding photographer, Fara knew exactly which photographers she wanted for her wedding day – after all she had seen our work in action twice – and she wasted no time setting up her included engagement portraits last fall.
Well, the big day arrived and it was nothing less than perfect. Here are a few images to capture the emotions of the day.
In case you wanted to know, the dress came from Wedding Works and the flowers were designed by Becky Cooper of HollyBerries.
The ceremony took place at Endwell United Methodist Church in Endwell, NY
What would a Binghamton wedding be without a carousel?
The cake came from Baked By Camille
The reception was held at the Holiday Inn Arena, and decorations were by House of Treasures.
Check out the custom made photo guest book with their engagement pictures in it. Now they have a keepsake instead of a dust collecting guest book.
Thank you Fara for being such a great bride to work with and for trusting us with your wedding. Oh, and Jon too of course! Congratulations to you both – it was a special day and we wish you a long and loving future. Who knows, maybe we’ll see some of your bridesmaids again!
Posted on June 8, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged binghamton, engagement pictures, ny weddings, owego engagement pictures, southern tier weddings, wedding photographer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.