Today we want to showcase a beautiful purple and white colored wedding in New Jersey between Cheryl and Joseph. It was a rainy day but the fun couple incorporated umbrellas into their first look photos which turned out absolutely beautiful and the rest of their wedding day was perfect!
Erin with Grand Lens Photography had the opportunity to be their wedding photographer. Read on for more details about the wedding day from Erin.
“Cheryl and Joe exchanged their vows on October 8th, 2016. It was a pretty gloomy day and rained a bit during their “first look” photo session but that didn’t prevent them from taking amazing photos with their matching umbrellas. The bride’s mother was unable to see her daughter walk down the aisle, but she was certainly present in spirit. Cheryl had a picture charm made to wrap around her wedding bouquet. The picture in the charm is of Cheryl when she was a little girl and her mother sitting together. The wedding took place in a community center that hosts all different type of events, including weddings. Cheryl and Joe certainly had photography as a top priority for their wedding. This quirky couple pretended to be exercising in the gym located on the second floor of the venue. Their photographs turned out creative and unique; it was a great pleasure capturing their personalities. During the reception, the groom shared a dance with his mother after dancing with his new wife. The reception was nicely decorated with the colors purple and white. One table had a guestbook canvas of a tree where guests could sign their names on each leaf. Desserts were also important to the couple. With a traditional wedding cake, they had a large variety of mini cupcakes made and a 6-foot table for a S’more bar. With all that, the caterers still served brownies and chocolate chips cookies with shot glasses of milk. The evening ended with the newlyweds and their wedding guests wearing out the dance floor.”
Here are some other real wedding photos from other great photographers that will bring you some inspiration.