May is probably my favorite month of the year. Ok, well maybe the entire summer if my favorite time of the year. I can't get enough of the sun and the warmth and the beautiful greens and, and, and... We've been blessed with some awesome weekends this year and believe you me I am not taking it for granted! Slight breeze, warm sun, and beautiful blue skies. And I know I've said it before, I LOVE warm summer weather! This weekend was no exception, perfect for a bridal session!
A little while ago I offered two gift sessions to anyone that wanted to take advantage of it on my Facebook Fan Page. Meg sent me an email saying she was interested and I jumped at the chance to get her and hubby in front of my camera. They will be celebrating their one year anniversary in August, but on Sunday they were transformed back into newlyweds on their "wedding day".
One fun fact about yesterday's shoot: Meg's bouquet was edible! She designed and created it herself. She's got a bit of the crafting gift as she also designs her own jewelry (check out her necklace!) And while neither of us are fans of collard greens for their taste, they sure where a nice and unique touch for her bouquet.
*After a few twists and turns in the plan, we decided to have their shoot at Lynch Park in Beverly, Massachusetts. If you have never been here before, you much check it out. Right on the Atlantic Ocean, it offers beautiful views and has a bunch of wide open spaces to have a picnic or nap in the sun. Brides to be, if you are looking for a place to have an outdoor ceremony, look no further. Right in the middle of the park, is a BEAUTIFUL rose garden, complete with a terrace, beautiful stone work and a garden that changes throughout the season. Check out the above link for more info!*
Alright, let's get to the pictures!
How cute are these two?!
A favorite from the day!
They were pros, I hardly had to direct at all!
Meg, you are beautiful.
And lastly, the bouquet!
Make sure to come back tomorrow for a slide show of their session, and as always, leave these two lovebirds some comment love!