One of my favorite things to experience at a wedding is watching the bride and groom realize how much their life just changed. While anticipation blanketed the day for Remy and Rebecca the moment happened when they saw each other for the first time. It was the sweetest moment as tears of joy were just precious enough to make anyone watching get emotional.
It was an absolute beautiful winter day. The air was crisp, but the warmth of the sunshine was enough to fill everyone’s heart with joy. Not only was the weather beautiful, but the entire wedding was stunning. I have said it a million times I literally felt like I was photographing a hallmark movie, down to the last song of the night which was, “All I want for Christmas is you.” Wait until you see the reception.
The Melrose Knitting Mill was originally built in 1900, which manufactured underpants and bathing suits, served as the building’s only resident until 1930, but like many mills and factories, it closed for good just a year after the stock market crash of “Black Tuesday. Until 2009, the building sat vacant, except for occasional short-term tenants. Now it is a multi-use property serving as the location for our third-story special events venue, and Mulino Italian Kitchen & Bar on the ground floor (literally the most amazing food)
While this wedding was a visual dream, it was also very heartfelt and endearing. The officiant was wonderful, sharing about their relationship and love for one another. I am honored that my team and I had the opportunity to be invited to document the sweetest day for one amazing duo, their friends and family. Please enjoy this visual story of Rebecca and Remy’s wedding day.
This was so much fun! These girls know how to have a great time.
What a sweet moment?!?
Two of the most amazing men!
…and this is when the glass on the back of my camera fogged up.
High five, TT! Love it.