Sunday, June 1, 2008

One day in May by the Loch Nockamixon , Suzanne & Brian.

The excitement for this wedding has been building for a while. When we first met, I instantly knew that they were 'THE perfect couple' to shoot ... They're both super nice with engaging personalities, very creative (Brian is an art director of a design agency) with good esthetic, fun, relaxed and gorgeous! Their engagement session was a true whirlwind tour of Bucks County, shooting at a rustic train car covered with graffittis in Lambertville, some red barn charm in Stockton followed by The Ringing Rocks nestled in the woods at the Upper Black Eddy. Their May wedding took place at the Lakehouse Inn, originally built in 1700, and serving as stage coach stop and the inn, US Post office and general store over the years, and recently transformed into a contemporary space with modern touches & breathtaking views of the Nockamixon State Park, and the lake.
It started visually fabulous with the amazing green team of Stacy and Sandra steaming the dress:

Suzanne: 'Mirror, mirror .....'

Ladies, having fun, and loads of it:

Brian and his tie (and not the garter as I originally thought, looking at that shot done by David :)

Suzanne, peeking at the guests gathering by the lake for the ceremony:

And onto the ceremony:

Suzanne and Brian are huge wine afficionados, the table cards reflect that passion:

I loved that rose patterned dance floor, very charming seen from above! The space is theatrically lit, to a very dramatic effect:

The ladies were enjoying some very green martini, called the 'Dirty Girl Scout' ... Recipe to follow.


The night ended with a bonfire, marshmallows and .... some good Polish Sausage, compliments of your crazy photographers.

And, here's the recipe for the Dirty Girl Scout Martini, found on the net:

7 oz. martini glass lined garnished with Nestle Quick Chocolate Powder
2 1/2 oz. equal parts of Godiva White Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Liqueurs
1 1/2 oz. Smirnoff Twist Vanilla Vodka
1/2 oz. Dark Green Cream de Mint
Splash of cream, shake and strain into a martini glass.

1 comment:

  1. A great day!! Beautiful weather, great location, wonderful families and friends, delicious food and drink, and fantastic pictures!