Posts Tagged‘Chris Keeley Photography’

True Blue

portrait of bride wearing a floral crown
blue and gold wedding invitations
bride and groom walking down the aisle after ceremony
light blue bowties for groomsmen
bride and groom look at the water from the dock
dark blue marbled wedding cake
fabric wedding signage
bridesmaids in blue dresses with beautiful white bouquets
oyster shaped wedding invitation
decorative wedding napkin
boutonniere on the groom's non-traditional lapel
blue wedding dinner table and place settings
young ringbearers smiling for the camera
groom's pocket square with accompanying flower
lobster pot buoy wedding decoration
blue wedding bouquet and matching dress
barn wedding interior with dinner tables and place settings
bridesmaid-in-matching-blue-robes
wildflowers on a wedding place setting
blue wedding signage and invitations
wide angle portrait in the mountains
diamond wedding and engagement rings close up

{details} The bride’s hair/makeup are by Jessa Blades, Brooklyn, NY; Dress from Gossamater Vintage; Silky hair crown by Sara Moffat, LDBA; This photo designed by Molly O’Rourke, One & Supp, Camden, ME. A pretty blue and gold invitation by theoldmarketprintingco.com Marco Sanchez suits up in navy from J.Crew; bride Molly Barrett wears a Leanne Marshall dress from Ceremony, Boston, MA. Baby-blue bowties for the groom and groomsmen. Kevin + Emily step out in shades of blue on their wedding day at Squirrel Island, ME. A tri-level wedding cake by Bear Brook Bakery of New Gloucester, ME. A monogrammed blue heart, made…

Renee Bouchard and Sam Habashy

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August 7th, 2016 Lowell, MA As a wedding industry professional, Renee has been involved in thousands of weddings (she’s assistant manager of Madeleine’s Daughter, a bridal salon in Portsmouth, NH). So when she became engaged to Sam in 2016, she knew what she wanted: a surprise wedding. “I see hundreds and hundreds of weddings,” says Renee. “It’s hard to come up with something truly memorable. I wanted something unique. Fortunately, Sam was onboard with having a surprise wedding. Guests were invited to join the couple at a so-called engagement party at Nesmith House in Lowell; the couple only hinted that…

Winter Weddings

the couple poses for a photo on the beach in snow

Six Reasons Winter is the Perfect Wedding Season If you’re like most New England brides, you’re thinking of getting married in June. It’s the most popular month to be married, followed by August, September, and October. But why should summer and fall receive all the attention? There’s a lot to love about a winter wedding. There’s less competition for venues and guests’ schedules are more flexible. Plus, New England winters offer a romantic backdrop, from frozen lakes to snowy peaks, for all kinds of weddings. “People are so maxed out with summer and fall weddings,” says wedding photographer Geneve Hoffman…

Winter Romance: Part 2

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New Englanders embrace winter. What’s not to love about getting married during the coldest season? Magnificent scenic views, softly falling snow, a cracking fire, snugly fur wraps, and toasty warm drinks – they go hand-in-hand with the season. These photos feature real winter weddings as well as seasonal inspiration from the area’s most talented wedding photographers and vendors. Check back in throughout the year to see more Winter Romance albums we have in store for you! We just LOVE how beautiful winter photoshoots are. Take a look at this compilation album showcasing some of the best winter photos to come…