Becky + Cory // At Home Wedding


When I visited the home of Cory and Becky earlier this year, I started counting down the days until their at home, September wedding. Their property is drop dead gorgeous with fields and views galore! They were planning to have their entire celebration their on their property and I was so excited to see the day come together! 

When the day finally arrived, it was perfection. The temperatures were cooler than a normal day in early September, but the cooler temps and spotty cloud cover made it for pretty much perfect wedding day weather. Paul was with me along with the amazing and awesome Fabiana and we were all ready to capture these two becoming man and wife! 

I've totally enjoyed getting to know Becky and Cory over the past few months and their Spring engagement session was one of my favorites. The love and respect they share for each other is so obvious even in just the small glances that they share. They planned this entire day and pulled it off with perfection. They did an amazing job at putting together their entire day and spending the time with them and their family and friends was so fun. The day was fun, relaxed and the epitome of the two of them. Their dogs were a huge part of their day (which I of course loved!) and one of my favorite parts was during the ceremony when their son Logan joined them at the altar with the rings. So sweet!!

Their portrait session was one for the books as the sun made an appearance right at the perfect time. And the views on their property are second to none. After that we headed to the tent for an amazing meal and party. But most important, these two are now man and wife! Congrats Becky and Cory!! 

Some of the awesome vendors from this beautiful wedding day are listed below! 


Photography: Cinnamon & Paul Wolfe
Photo Assistant and 3rd Shooter: Fabiana Skubic
Flowers: Paper Petal Shop
Cake: Kitchen Chemistry
Dress: Bridals by Sandra
Hair & Makeup: Missy & Nikki from Lighten up Salon
Caterer: Sulliven Catering
Bridesmaid Dresses: The Wedding Store at Liz Clinton 

Jessica + John // West Point Wedding

A West Point Wedding 

Ohhh friends. Where do I even start with this day? What better place than the beginning, right? 

I woke up to POURING rain. Seriously, pouring. It kept up all morning and the entire drive up to the West Point campus. I was white knuckle driving it was so bad. The weather app said it would all let up around 2pm in the afternoon but boy it sure didn't seem like it on that drive. So. Much. Rain. 

Once I arrived and met up with the amazing team I would be working with, the rain ceased to be an issue. We were there to serve John and Jessica and that was all that mattered! I hadn't seen these two since their Fall engagement session in Hoboken and I couldn't wait to see them again! I love how laid back, relaxed and fun these two were and I knew it was going to be such a fun and fabulous day!! 

The rain did in fact clear up and when it was time for us to head outside for photos, we had clear blue skies. It was literally like two different days between the morning and the afternoon. Everything was running smoothly on time and we all got over to the ceremony, ready to get these two married!!! 

All of the details were perfect, from Jessica's stunning Kleinfeld gown to the perfect summer dresses from Nordstrom for her bridesmaids. The flowers were not only gorgeous but they smelled amazing as well. After these two said I do during their beautiful ceremony, the rest of the day flew by! We went around the West Point campus for portraits and then back to the Thayer Hotel for cocktail hour and reception. It was just after the beginning of the reception that we were greeted by an amazing rainbow right over the Hudson river! It was the perfect ending to the most perfect day! 

John and Jessica, I love the way the two of you interact and love each other. Your family and friends were such a pleasure to spend the day with and I am so happy for the two of you. Cheers to the new Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan!! 

Amazing people who made this wedding possible: