Michelle + Kyle

January 29, 2018

Happy Monday guys! I mean is there really such thing as a happy Monday? I think NOT. Eric and I laid low this weekend which was super nice and relaxing. Our little buddy Hunter turned 3 so we went to his birthday party which was a pajama/breakfast party. Let me tell you something… BEST IDEA EVER. Who doesn’t love PJ’s and pancakes? AM I RIGHT? Anyway happy birthday Hunter!!!

Meet Michelle and Kyle. You haven’t seen these two on the blog as of yet, which is sad because they are adorable. They got married on 12/30/17 on a COLD/snowy day. Remember that INSANELY cold stretch of weather we got? Well they just so happened to get married on one of those days. To say that they are worriers is an understatement. As I drove to the Blue Hill Country Club I passed this spot of tall grass on the side of a crazy busy street. I literally slowed down and looked at it thinking “man I would love to get them to this little area”. So, when I talked to both Michelle and Kyle they both said they were down for anything. Only issue is that Michelle only had heals and there was a ton of snow. So, my AMAZING second shooter, Catherine, lent her her winter boots for all of the outside photos. I totally kidnapped the two of them and drove off to my little patch of tall grass where cars were whizzing by and trucks were laying on their horns as a sign of congratulations. I am in love with what we got there. After that we headed back to the club where we did ALL of their remaining photos outside including family. Everyone was totally on board. YES we froze, but YES it was worth it. I have NO idea how Michelle did it with bare arms. I was freezing in a huge jacket and hat/gloves. You guys are amazing and thank you so much for being such a fun couple!!!! XO

Kate & Rick

January 17, 2018

Howdy everyone! Happy hump day! I honestly feel like this week is FLYING by. Maybe because I had a long weekend, but I cant believe its already Wednesday. It seems as though all my clients are having babies so tomorrow and Friday I have newborn sessions, which means today I have been sitting in front of my computer editing my butt off. My watch keeps telling me to “stand”. Does it not understand that I have a wedding to blog???

Speaking of blogs… Kate and Rick are hitting the blog right now! These two… oh man these two. It was love at first sight. I literally kid you not. From the second they walked in my studio I had this feeling that I was meant to shoot their wedding. They were meant to come into my world. From the day they booked until this very second I have chatted with Kate pretty often. Literally we are chatting right now. Her text messages make me laugh so hard. Rick is a saint. Kate reminds me a LOT of me, but  a way funnier version. Just about everything she does makes me laugh. And as I am laughing I look over at Rick and he smiles and chuckles along. Kate and Rick have an AMAZING set of friends and family who were so much fun to be with on their wedding. They were SUCH troopers. The day of their wedding it was a high of 6 degrees with wind. When Kate asked everyone to go outside everyone was totally on board. At one point Rick asked Kate if she was crying or if the tears were from the cold. I’m pretty sure her response was “I’m not sure”. These two are a force to be reckoned with. There is nothing but magic ahead for them. I honestly feel so extremely lucky that I got to photograph their wedding and that I have a friendship  going forward. Even if that means driving to the Mt. Washington to rescue them on their honeymoon I totally would. Love you guys to the moon XOXOXO
Photographer: Molly Anne Photography
Second Shooter: Catherine Threlkeld
Venue: Omni Parker House
Coordinator: Elegant Aura
Band: Freestyle
Hair/Makeup: La Beautique
Dress: Allure
Bridesmaids: Dessy
Grooms Tux: Brooks Brothers
Flwers: Pepperberrys
Invitations Goosefish Press
Calligraphy: Mulberry and Elm

Lauren & Greg

December 20, 2017

What better way to spend hump day than to blog a wedding? Am I right? This week is  dragging for me because I am pretty pumped for Xmas. Although, when its over I am always like “now what?”. I mean winter is kind of gross but when the lights are up its always so pretty. When they come down its just depressing. Don’t get me wrong I like winter for a few reasons but its not the prettiest time of year for sure.

Meet Lauren and Greg! These two live in NY so I actually didn’t meet them until the day of their wedding. That is a little scary for me because I never know what I am walking into. Luckily for me when I got to the girls they were all extremely nice. Like girls I could be friends with. I kid you not I didn’t meet Greg until I ran (literally ran) outside for the first look. This time of year is pretty challenging because the light goes SO fast. I was getting ready to head to the first look when Catherine, my second shooter, texted me saying “hurry the light is going super fast”. That is literally the last thing you want to hear as a photographer who loves natural light. We kicked it into high gear and ran around the city VERY FAST. I have to give a few shout outs. Catherine I have never seen you run so much. Literally RUNNING to fix Lauren’s dress, to run out of the shot, to go get a fur that was left behind. To Kacie with Kacie Corbelle hair… HOLY COW you literally wore every single hat during this wedding. She stayed until the reception started and when Catherine ran back into the hotel to find a hotel key to get Lauren’s fur she was my assistant. Kacie seriously had hairspray in each pocket, her bag of brushes on one shoulder, my lenses on the other and was holding my flashes. I mean she did it ALL. This day was literally a team effort and it was amazing. Wait until you see the details. OH MY GOSH. Spot on. Lauren you killed it with details and nothing went unnoticed. Here are some of my favorites from this beautiful Lenox Hotel wedding.