Friday, March 25, 2011

Meg & Frank | Rochester NY Wedding Photographers| Casa Larga Weddings

Meg & Frank

Talk about laid back, you don't get much more laid back then Meg & Frank. 
They just enjoy each other. 
They had a beautiful winter wedding at Casa Larga .
On a snowy evening they had one guitar player and lots of candles. 
It was very romantic. 
There were lots of tears!

Meg bought her Maggie Sottero Dress at Blushing Bride in Brockport. 
(can I say I loved it, so much we did a bridal session, which will be soon to follow on this blog!)

Don't forget winter brides, it gets dark fast! 
We did most of our photos inside the 
store at Casa Larga because it was totally night after the ceremony. 
It was fun to be able to do some unique photos in there!

Below include a couple shots from my 2nd photographer on this day (D'marie Photography). 
We always try hard to get a great venue shot (that was Denyse's) and awesome portraits of both the bridal party and the grooms men (my 2nd photographer almost always is assigned the groom and his gang). You choose your venue for a reason! I want to be sure it is captured. 

Another note, Meg made it clear to her venue she wanted a private table for her vendors to sit at in the reception room. It was a really special touch. We felt very welcome. The food is excellent at Casa Larga! Nothing we would want to miss! (and it keeps us in the room so we don't miss any moments!!) Thank you for that Meg & Frank!

I edited Meg's full wedding with an antique touch. I don't always do it. But I thought it would put a nice little finish and go well with her colors...


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