Category Archives: Clambakes

Melissa and Chris || Chatham Wayside Inn || Chatham, Massachusetts

So, this is part one of three of Melissa & Chris’ three-day celebration on Cape Cod. Chris’ family is from Greece, and they had a lot of people who came over for the wedding, so they wanted to be sure that they captured every moment of the weekend! They started with a clambake style rehearsal...

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  • Jaclyn Fehringer

    wow, that is a tease! The suspense is too much for us! I know all the pictures will be great, can’t wait to see them.ReplyCancel

Renee and Justin || Londonderry, New Hampshire

Happy day after Labor Day everyone!  I finally have a few images to share from Renee & Justin’s awesome day in New Hampshire.  They were lucky enough to host the event at their house and Renee’s parents’ house, and they were gorgeous settings for the day.  Here is how we found Renee when we arrived,...

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Meg and Rich || Camp Cheneo || Athol, Massachusetts

No wedding party, no bridesmaid dresses, no programs, no boutonnieres, no aisle runner, no limo, and no wedding cake. So, what did Meg and Rich have? Just a Grammy-nominated band, a ceremony on (almost in!) the water, fireworks, lobster, smores, and a ton of fun. Meg and Rich live in New Jersey, but had their...

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  • Lucy the Dog

    never before have i seen a bride with such filthy, nasty feet, as documented in the washboard shot. big brother could not be prouder.ReplyCancel

  • NY Dick

    These look fantastic Nancy. Thanks for making our event look so great!!! It was everything we imagined. Seeing the shortcake again is making me hungry.ReplyCancel

  • Meg

    Those pictures are awesome nancy. Exactly what we were hoping for. I can’t believe that I married a man that uses the name “ny dick” as his screen name. Oh, the things that you learn after sealing the deal.ReplyCancel

  • paul and vicki

    meg and rich…
    thanks for a really great time! we can’t wait until next summer’s remake! We hope everyone can make the trip back to the pond for another weekend of relaxation and party time.ReplyCancel

  • joyelle

    Nancy, beautiful job! Looks like this wedding was a blast!ReplyCancel

  • neocon

    Looked at a few of your wedding shots. You have the ability to capture the spirit completely different venues, in a first class manner. The naturalness of your subjects is very obvious. Great work!ReplyCancel

  • Gloria Ralston

    Meg – thanks for sharing. Amazing pictures. You both look so happy — congratulations again!ReplyCancel

  • Birgit - Rapp Dallas

    Beautiful!! Congrats Meg and Rich!ReplyCancel

  • melkrick

    It was a beautiful, fun, exciting day. The photos capture the feelings of the day so perfectly. They are awesome!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jean

    What a lovely day! I just thought of the Camp Cheneo located in Athol, MA where in my youth, my family and I enjoyed many happy holidays. It was rented at the time from local businessmen including my dad. I am not 100% sure if it is the same place, but it looks a lot like it. My daughter has just announced her engagement and wants a small wedding of 30 or so people. Is it possible to rent Camp Cheneo for this occasion? Any information you have would be very much appreciated as I am gathering information for her. Thank you.

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