Artistic & Modern Wedding Photography
\\ Morgan & Gary \\
Allen Hill Farm
W E D D I N G
written by: Troy Devolve
2nd Photographer: Steffanie Devolve
Morgan & Gary shared a beautiful spring day surrounded by loved ones at the scenic Allen Hill Farm located in Brooklyn, CT.
The sun was shining through the large double window of the hotel room where the girls were busy getting ready.
Morgan sat in the corner as Dawn, from Elegant Edge Salon styled hair and makeup artist Katie Noll did her magic creating a natural look with dramatic elements that looked amazing on film. Any guest who arrived was certain to turn Morgan into a teary mess of joy.
The boys just down the hall were anxious to get going. Not because of the sheer excitement of Morgan & Gary exchanging vows. No, they wanted to get in one of the most impressive means of transportation I've ever seen for a wedding.
A completely decked out F-350 built by Street Diesel Performance and featured at SEMA in Las Vegas!
There isn't enough great things to say about the Allen Hill Farm. I may be a bit partial because it's literally just a few houses down from mine but the views at the top of the hill go on for miles. The sky was bright blue and the sun shone brightly on the ceremony site as guest streamed in.
Morgan looked great in her fitted lace dress topped off of course with cowboy boots. The girls also wore cowboy boots that paired well with their knee length yellow dresses. My personal favorite element however was the beautiful bouquet's made by Dainty Fields who specialize in wildflowers.
Normally the bride is the center of attention, but on this day, the spot light was shared with Morgan & Gary's little Kelby lee as she walked down the aisle in her lacey flower girl dress finished off with a dark wash jean jacket toting a sign that read, Daddy, here comes our girl.
Gary shed a few tears at the sight of his girls coming down the aisle. The ceremony was very sweet and personal as Morgan's cousin Danny officiated. Morgan naturally choked up during the exchange of vows that had a perfect balance of romance and humor.
Gary and Morgan shared a first dance surrounded by their bridal party to kick off the reception. Gary's best man pleasantly surprised me when his toast was less about jesting and more about the great qualities of Gary and Morgan as individuals and as a couple. Morgan of course went back and forth between laughing and crying as her MOH delivered her toast to the couple.
Morgan and Gary briefly cut the cake alone before uniting as a family and Kelby jumped in and once again stole the show while her parents fed each other their first bites of cake.
I want to personally thank Morgan and Gary and their families and the bridal party for all their help and support.
It was an honor to share the day with everyone and experience the joy of such a wonderful family.
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