The Manor Farm Wedding

With Mother's Day around the corner, I have been thinking of a lovely couple I worked with last May. Nikki & Bob's 1 year anniversary is also coming up {Happy Anniversary Guys!} so I couldn't think of a more appropriate wedding to share with you.

It's a privilege to share in the emotion and love that gets poured into every wedding day I document; some tug at your heart strings that much more. Nikki lost her Mom to cancer before her Big Day, but that didn't keep her Mom's spirit from sharing in the celebration.

The Manor Farm is their labor of love together. Nikki & her Mom established a safe haven for farm animals in need of rescue. So when planning their Big Day, it was only fitting that Nikki and Bob, a farrier, celebrate their nuptials on site, surrounded by all that they love. 

There were personal touches in every detail, the most heartfelt of which was a curio that served as both a tribute to Nicole's mom and as a presentation piece for hand made guest favors with messages of gratitude. Everything was perfect. 

Take a peek at their Big Day below and go hug your Mom! (and Dad too) And a special Thank You to my partner in crime...or weddings, Katie, my amazing assistant and talented camera wielder. :) 

XO TM

Gorgeous Flowers by Heaven Scent Floral Art   

Catering by Georgia Ray's Kitchen

Food Truck The Hungry Traveler


Project Lift University & The Franklin Community Center

2015 is finally here which brings with it a short break, just long enough to catch up on all the things I want to share with you. 

Back in October, I had the wonderful opportunity to work the the staff at the Franklin Community Center in Saratoga Springs and volunteer as part of their Project Lift University fundraiser.

Project Lift is a free, after-school prevention program that has been operating in the Saratoga Springs City School District for 30 years, emphasizing positive youth development and helping area families. For their annual fundraiser, talented community members and business professionals donate their time to lead specialized experiences and offer goods and services for auction to benefit the program. 

It's truly a wonderful event for a wonderful cause. You can find out more about Project Lift and Franklin Community Center by visiting www.franklincommunitycenter.org Here are some of the images I captured for the event. Enjoy!

XO TM