Nina & Mike’s Coastal Vineyard Destination Wedding
Does anyone else have a Coastal vineyard destination wedding I can shoot? “OMG”, “WOW”, and “HOLY ****” are the things you’ll be saying a lot as you check out this whopping heap of highlights. Nina & Mike’s amazing destination wedding at a vineyard on the coast of Connecticut will always be one of my favorites. Hilarious and kind friends & family surrounded the pair on this beautiful fall afternoon. Butts were grabbed, tears were shed, great photos were made and man did they party!! Do NOT stop scrolling as you see their amazing beach wedding session the next day at sunset. If you two ever get married again, to each other – please call me!
I actually don’t have the words to describe how impressed by and appreciative of the job Lucy did we are. “Above and beyond” doesn’t even come close. She traveled to Chicago and Connecticut for engagement and wedding shoots, captured us in moments we barely knew happened, conceived of angles and situations we’d never have thought of, and performed feats with editing and lighting that I’ve never seen. Most importantly, she really got to know us, who we are, what we wanted, and what’s important to us, and captured all of that. She brought an extra energy and joy to our day, and had no hesitation to throw on a wet suit and jump into the ice cold Atlantic in late October to capture JUST the angle she’d envisioned. -Mike
This first look was off the adorableness charts.
End of the night, end of the wedding, end of the blog post, right? Wrong! These dreamboats had me photograph a stunning day-after session for even more epic photos. They made out in the dunes, in the sand, in the ocean, at sunset – basically anywhere you can make out, Nina & Mike did.
For you photo nerds, here’s my first Brenizer photo! Next time I’ll make it even more Brenizery.
Nina & Mike got over a boatload finished wedding photos after their destination wedding, and an album is in the works! SHARE this post to make sure your friends have the best wedding photos possible. If you don’t tell your friends about me.. who will?