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Erin and Chris. Greenvale Vineyard Wedding. October 13th, 2007.

Nov 1, 2007

Erin & Chris had a very Irish wedding on October 13th! As I drove up Broadway on the way to Jesus Saviour Church, I could hear the bagpipers awaiting all the guests. Erin had 5 beautiful, Irish flowergirls, that were totally adorable. We took some relaxed portraits at the Newport Art Museum, Second Beach and of course, the vineyard! I was so excited for vineyard pictures!! Erin also carried a truly unique bouquet of crimson snapdragons–her favorite flower. And, like usual, there’s a slideshow. You can see it by clicking H-E-R-E It’s set to Erin & Chris’ first dance song, “Come Away With Me” by Nora Jones.

Flowers: The Water’s Edge, Newport
Band: Image Band
Catering: West Bay Gourmet

I’m really into columns and stone work this year!!

I love this. The Art Museum is great, just because there’s so many little things there to use to create a different look in every image.

I was in a very portrait-y mood this day!

Hiding from the camera!!! =)

Some fun art at the museum!

I really wanted to showcase this unique arrangement.

Making the best of strong, harsh light. I think this almost looks exotic–like the Mexico or something!

West Bay Gourmet does these great magenta lights under the tent. They serve really amazing food. I’ve eaten with them a few times this season!! I love their pumpkin tortellini and their olive bread!

Congratulations!! Thanks for having me!!!

  1. Lisa Christine Photo says:

    Hi Faith– I found your through other photographer’s blogs, and wanted to say I love your work!! I used to live in NK and it’s so fun to see amazing wedding images from the Ocean State 🙂
    (randomness– my mother worked for West Bay Gourmet when we lived out there. Small world!)


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