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Stephanie & Steve–Branford House Wedding

Stephanie & Steve

May 31, 2015

Branford House

Avery Point, Groton, CT

 

Stephanie and Steve had a gorgeous afternoon for a wedding on the CT shore.  The lawn of the Branford House was the perfect setting for a Memorial Day Weekend wedding especially one complete with corn hole and frisbee games.  Out in front of the venue the food trucks served guests lobster rolls and brick oven pizzas for lunch and s’mores for an afternoon treat.  It was such a fun and relaxed day for a couple just the same.

To say Stephanie and Steve are enamored with each other would be a gross understatement.  Stephanie and Steve can’t hide their love for even a moment.  It is written all over their faces.  When they lock eyes, it is as if they are the only two in the room.  All day you could catch them looking at each other and sharing their affections.  It was nice to capture those moments throughout the day and witness such a genuine love.  For both of them, the anticipation of this day has been a long time coming, and it felt great to finally tie the knot.  Friends and family were almost as happy to see these two exchange their vows as Stephanie and Steve were to do it.  They are two people who share so many common interests and activities.  Not only do they share a personal life, but they get to share a work life as well.  Through it all they remain each other’s best friend.  It was a honor to document this important day in both their lives.  It is always nice to not only capture true love to but witness it throughout all the little moments of the day as well.  We wish them all the best with all that the future has to bring.

One Comment

  1. Christine Arms
    Posted July 10, 2015 at 5:27 PM | Permalink

    Stephanie, you look so happy with your new husband. I hope the two of you will spend so many years together. It’s so nice that the both of you love each other so much. It was definitely all over your faces. Congratulations!

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