Weddings at a Country Club, A Church and By the Ocean • Piper Brown Photography, RI Wedding Photography
Hello there reader!
I hope you had a great weekend and got to enjoy some sunshine and warm breezes. The weather in New England was simply glorious. Perfect for getting married, and that’s just what three of my couples did. The first weekend of June featured the first triple header weekend for Piper Brown Photography -
DEFINITION: Triple Header - A wedding for each day of the weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). Usually catches photographers off-guard when spotted on the scheduling calendar. Always met with copious amounts of coffee, racks of fully charged batteries, and hyped up photographers.
First, Anisha and Kevin’s joyous union was celebrated at Lake Pearl in Wrentham MA. From the speeches given during their reception, these two lovebirds took life’s scenic route to get to their happily-ever-after moment. But as their hashtag #AKmeant2B states, they were meant to be.
Second, in the majestic hall of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Providence RI, surrounded by family and friends, Emily and Austen said “I do”. Emily and her mother Jane visited the Piper Brown Photography Booth in January, 2019 and loved the featured work. It was an honor being part of their day.
And finally third - Kamryn and Doug made short work of their I-dos by exchanging rings in front of the setting sun at Beavertail State Park in Jamestown RI. Kamryn sent out a call for a photographer on Facebook and Piper Brown Photography responded. After almost a decade of being together and raising their children together, these two fell comfortably into each other’s arms once the formalities were done.
All the weddings as varied as their celebrants had one thing in common - laughter and love! To document each moment is definitely a privilege!
Also, Piper Brown Photography survived 2019’s first triple header unscathed and ready to face the coming week! If you’d like to discuss your wedding plans, give me call at 401-287-4120 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org