Your wedding portraits and wedding film work hand-in-hand to allow you to relive one of the most special days of your life.
I know growing concern during this uncertain time has caused many to reevaluate their plans and reschedule events in the coming months.
We live in a digital age, so investing in a wedding album is an expense people are looking at more closely. Call me old school, but I still believe the best way to give a couple their wedding photos is by making a wedding album. It’s something people don’t plan for as much because everything is digital now, but it still makes a lasting impact when done beautifully and with personalization.
I’ve been a wedding photographer for the past 15 years, and I’ve developed a lot of knowledge in how to make your wedding an easy-flowing day. Recently, I asked couples I’ve worked with to get their expert wedding insights, too. I wanted to know the wisdom that they gained while planning their special day.
I love weddings in the Berkshires. Berkshire County, Massachusetts is in beautiful Western MA and has become a well-known choice for a destination wedding. I like to think I was ahead of the curve – Nel and I were married at Seven Hills Inn ten years ago. =) After photographing couples getting married in the Berkshires for several years, I just keep adding to the list of reasons why you should have a Berkshire wedding.