Smile! Andy & Christina Get Married

Andy and Christina are one of those couples that make my job so fun.  Their wedding, which took place at the beautiful Glen Magna Farms in Danvers, MA was filled with smiles and laughter – not to mention one of the best dance performances I’ve ever seen a groom pull off!  Nice one Andy!  Thank you so much for letting me share the day with you guys.  It was a blast from start to finish.

Here are a few images from the day – and be sure to check out the slideshow as well.

glen magna dress

Christina getting her veil attached – love the smile!

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Andy straightening up the tie- my assistant Eric captured this great one:

glen magna tie

I sort of jokingly asked Christina if she had a baseball.  She looked at me like I had two heads and said, “of course!”  This one was a must:

ring_ball

I saw this staircase first thing when I entered Glen Magna and knew I had to use it. Got myself in the right place as Christina made her way out to the ceremony.

stairs

This one seemed appropriate for a little sepia toning to give it a bit more warmth:

flowers

Christina and her father make their way through the garden:

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The look on Andy’s face said it all:

smile

They said their vows under this beautiful pergola – the wisteria vines were planted in 1899!

pergola

Great kiss under the wisteria:

kiss

The happy newlyweds:

walk

This look says it all to me:

1stdance

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Laughing a great toast by their friend Jake:

toast

Great cake cutting followed by an even better dance!

cake

dance

Click on the slideshow below:

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  • June 22, 2009 - 3:03 pm

    Mark Andrew Higgins - Ned, love your style. I’d love to shoot with you sometime this season if we can get schedules to match!

  • June 22, 2009 - 3:12 pm

    Don Mamone - Another home run Ned! Speaking of, love the image of the ring on the baseball!

  • June 24, 2009 - 11:06 pm

    Rachel - Wow… who knew a farm could look so classy? At first I totally thought this was one of the mansions in Newport. what I love: the plants dating back to 1800s; baseball ring shot, smiles. Great work, Ned!

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