As I sit here, hearing the clinking of cutlery during dinner service, I am reflecting on the love that we had the great privilege to capture today. All of our weddings are special and we love shooting each and every one, but this one had even more meaning behind it. For the past five years, after moving to Boston, we had lived on the same small street in the North End. It was one of the last true neighborhood streets left, where we actually knew our neighbors and loved them! Summers were spent on a stoop with bottles of wine and laughs. On that magical street, we met Corrine and Victor, some of the nicest people you will ever meet! So, when we heard that their daughter, Camille was getting married, we were more than honored to capture such an incredible day!!! Today was that amazing day and it couldn't have been more perfect with an even more perfect couple! Camille looked gorgeous and Joseph was dapper as ever! Here is their story in their words along with the same day slideshow we are about to show! Enjoy!
Tell us how you first met- who, what, when, where, why? Give us the dirty details-
We met on the slopes at Copper Mountain in Colorado. Camille and her friend Kate went skiing and asked their friend Gabriene to meet them while she was in town visiting her brother. She brought her brother, Joseph, and the rest is history!
Tell us about the proposal. Did you see it coming, how long was it in the planning? how did you feel? nervous, excited, freaking out?-
We had been dating for a long time, but most of it was long distance between Denver and Atlanta, so after we finally found a way to live together in Atlanta, Joseph surprised Camille by popping the question while they were out walking with Camille's beloved dog, Otis. It was perfect and quite a surprise. Apparently, Joseph was nervous the whole time, hoping the ring was secure in his pocket, but Camille was just out having a nice time with Joseph and Otis, she had no idea!
Besides getting married, what's the one thing you are looking forward to on your wedding day?
So many of our friends and family live across the country or half way around the world from us-- we are so excited to see our loved ones!