I love photographing mountain weddings.
I just need to put that out there. I've photographed two now at Mt. Greylock's Bascom Lodge in Massachusetts, and they have been favorites. There's something so fun and adventurous about photographing a mountain wedding. The drive up the mountain, away from everything, where the air is crisp and clean and energizing.
And from a photographer's standpoint, any wedding that doesn't require travel from getting ready to ceremony to reception makes for a much more relaxing day for all. Less time in the car, futzing with GPS and packing equipment and dresses and bouquets into cars and limos.
But those mountains....it's more than a destination wedding. It's an experience. It allows guests to truly get away and focus on the event at hand. And also? No cell service - which you might think is awful, especially if you like posting dance floor selfies - but it does help guests put their phones away for the day and just enjoy themselves.
So Tiffany + Andy's wedding was in September 2014, and the whole day was so lovely. Lots of love, laughter, and beautiful moments for not just the couple, but for their loved ones who surrounded them with so much support, kindness and joy. Tiffany and Andy are individually, incredible people. Together? It's hard to put into words, except that when you're with them, you feel like you're in the presence of a bond that's truly special.
I'm so happy to share their day with you.