Ashlee and Dale got married on a gorgeous summer day at the Crestwood Country Club in Rehoboth, MA. We couldn’t have asked for a better day, sweeter couple, or a more enthusiastic bridal party!
The morning of Jen & Pete’s wedding at the Atlantic Beach Club, we all had our fingers and toes crossed for the rain to stay away. Luckily, it stopped just before we began our getting ready photos, and didn’t start up again until we’d headed inside for the reception!
After their first look and a few quick bridal party photos, we all headed over to the gorgeous Elms mansion. Congrats Jen & Pete!
Spring is here again, which means Baseball season! I thought I’d kick off a new wedding season with this sweet sports themed family session from last year. Steph and Brian are HUGE sports fans (just wait until you see their wedding details and crazy Stanley Cup cake!) They brought their adorable boys along with them to Fenway Park last spring for a tour and some family photos to celebrate their engagement.
After we were finished at Fenway, the family had a quick outfit change and we stopped by Boston Garden to show some love for the Bruins as well.
Jen and Tyler were married this fall in Newton, and had their wedding reception at the Waverly Oaks golf club in Plymouth. The two of them are the best of friends, and together they crafted a wedding day that was full of personal touches that perfectly displayed their fun and playful relationship. I started the morning off with Jen and her ladies at the Merle Norman Salon in Framingham, where they did an awesome job getting everyone camera ready.
Jen and Tyler love all things Cape Cod, got engaged on Martha’s Vineyard, and even had their engagement session there, so it was fitting that lots of their details were Cape themed, like the anchor wraps that Jen’s bridesmaids wore. Meanwhile, the guys were getting ready over at Tyler’s place. A quick stop in downtown Plymouth for some portraits, then off to Waverly Oaks for the party. Congrats Jen & Tyler!
Lindsay and Stephen were married on a rainy Fall day in Boston. We spent the morning with the ladies getting ready at the Doubletree Hilton, then headed out to the Boston Common for their first look and some portraits. We were lucky enough to get in some time with the gorgeous autumn foliage before the skies opened up.
I’m obsessed with Lindsay’s Kate Spade wedding heels. The public gardens were packed with people, but we managed to find a quiet spot under the bridge for Lindsay & Stephen to enjoy their first look. After a few portraits, it started to rain, so we all ran to take shelter under this beautiful tree, and snuck in a few more portraits of the bridal party before we had to take cover. Back at the Hilton, we snuck away for a few private moments before the ceremony. I loved the architecture at the Doubletree. So many great lines! The couple’s grandparents acted as their ring bearers and flower ladies. Clearly they enjoyed their duties! Lindsay and Stephen love all things Disney, and even got engaged on the Country Bear Jamboree ride, so their reception was filled with fun Disney details, like Cinderella golden pumpkins and table numbers named after classic Disney rides. Congrats Lindsay & Stephen!
Melissa & Alex’s wedding was so much fun for me to photograph because it took place at the amazing Camp Wing in Duxbury – the same place I got married two years ago! It was a blast for me to return there as a photographer, and brought back so many wonderful memories.
Meanwhile, on the other side of camp, Alex and the guys were getting ready for the first look. These two are so in love. I knew when we met up last winter to shoot their engagement session in Harvard Square that their wedding would be awesome. It was freezing cold and snowing, and they were all smiles! Now off for some fun portraits with the rest of the bridal party! Time to dance! There were some serious moves happening on this dance floor. Congrats, Melissa & Alex!
Emily and Fred had their wedding at the beautiful and rustic Chamberlain Farm in Berkley, Massachusetts. It was a perfect fall day for a wedding! I love it when the ladies have coordinated getting ready gear. These robes are so pretty!
Emily’s dress was perfection. Oh, how I love a wedding dress with sleeves. Emily & Fred shared a sweet moment reading the cards that they wrote for each other on the morning of the wedding. Good thing the wedding dress had pockets for kleenex. Congrats on a wonderful day, Emily & Fred!
Jenny and Terry planned their destination wedding in on Gooseberry Beach in Newport all the way from their home in Philadelphia. It was a unique day filled with family and friends and tons of personal touches that made it extra special.
Jenny and her bridesmaids did their getting ready at the gorgeous cottages at Castle Hill Inn. Jenny had her stunning dress custom made by a seamstress on etsy. Jenny walked the path from the cottage out to the beach, where Terry was waiting for her for their first look. Terry arranged to surprise Jenny and the gals with a vintage convertible to take them to the wedding ceremony. My amazing second shooter Ali captured Jenny’s perfect reaction below. By the time we arrived at the ceremony spot on Gooseberry Beach, it had begun to pour. After some quick thinking on the part of the bridal party, the guests arranged their umbrellas and created an aisle for Jenny and her dad to get outside to their tent.
A little rain didn’t get in the way of a truly lovely and unique ceremony, officiated by a friend of the couple, who started the festivities off with a quote from Prince (as in, the artist formerly known as). Jenny and Terry, congratulations and thanks for having us at your wedding! It was such a fun day!
Annemarie and Patrick are two of the most genuinely kind and gracious people that I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. We met up last summer for their engagement session at Horseneck beach, and I knew immediately that they were going to be so much fun to photograph. Their wedding day was pure joy from start to finish, filled with happy tears and gigantic smiles from everyone involved.
Kinney Bungalow is located right next to the lovely Sunset Farm, and the owners were kind enough to let us use their corn field for the first look. High fives! Holy moly, look at those smiles! Can you tell these two are brothers or what? I’ve never seen two people more excited to marry each other. Three separate times during the ceremony, the minister had to stop Pat from leaning over and kissing Annemarie too soon. Donuts are trending with Jennifer White Photography weddings! There have been (amazing, delicious) donuts at the last three weddings that I’ve photographed! You heard it here first, folks: donuts are the new cupcake. I can definitely get behind this trend. Annemarie & Pat, we loved every second of working with you and your fabulous families, it was an honor to be a part of your gorgeous wedding day!
Heather and Adam’s amazing New Orleans wedding was so ridiculously fun to photograph, so I’m super excited that it was featured this week on Rock N’ Roll Bride. You can check out the feature to read all about the inspiration for their day (Dutch still-life painting meets mystical New Orleans) and hear all about their experience putting on a DIY destination wedding from across the country.
Heather and I have known each other a long time, and she’s an incredibly talented artist and photographer, so when she called and asked if I’d be willing to travel to New Orleans for her wedding, I leaped at the chance. Literally. I’m pretty sure I jumped up and down. I had never been to New Orleans, so I rented an apartment in the French Quarter, brought my husband with me and spent a week exploring the city, including an awesome New Years Eve fireworks display over the Mississippi River.
Race and Religious, their wedding venue, is one of the coolest places I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. The building has an amazing history and is full of incredible details and artifacts.
Thanks to Heather and Adam for having me at your amazing wedding! It was an awesome experience that I won’t soon forget!