Another Friday is upon us. We enjoyed the heck out a week off from work, with gorgeous weather, fresh air, sunshine, and FAMILY up in Vermont last week, and then stayed another week to work remote. It certainly made us consider moving up here long-term temporarily while I am sure we are headed into a very long Fall/Winter of disruptions to childcare, more shutdowns, and days in the house.
Trying my best not to think of it right now, as I type this on a screened-in porch, with no humidity, partly cloudy skies, a breeze, and sunshine. Instead I am going to try and push tomorrow’s 8-hour car ride away, enjoy this adorable intimate elopement, and enjoy the last sweet moments of family and relaxation.
From the photographer: Emily and Michael had a small elopement just prior to our state’s stay at home order. They were such a sweet couple and photographing their small family gathering was a dream.
During the planning, and throughout the day, they wanted their family to be a part of their day as much as possible. This was clear in their choice of having an elopement, but also with their photograph requests for family. They also wanted their wedding day represented both formally and relaxed, and wanted a mix of candids and posed portraits.
They are more into the quaint, but exquisite things in life. They love a lot of the same shows, theater, Harry Potter, and Les Mis, and I tried to reflect this in their photographs as they reflected this in their venue and decor choices.