You don't have to say much to get me interested in shooting a wedding. Normally, just saying the words "We're getting married and looking for a photographer" is enough to pique my interest but, for Kelsey and Andrew, the moment the groom told me he was going to be wearing a kilt on his wedding day, I perked right up.
I'm a big fan of anything outside of the ordinary traditional American wedding and Kelsey and Andrew were planning a special day that would honor their individual cultural heritages and life together.
And the more I talked to this bride and groom, the more I knew their wedding was going to be something special.Man, was it ever.
Kelsey and Andrew were married at St. Lucy's Catholic Parish in Middletown and had their wedding reception at Fort Adams State Park in Newport and it truly a worldwide affair with friends and family traveling from all over to be in attendance.
All it took was three minutes into their first dance to understand why this wedding was well worth the travel and why it would be a night few in attendance would soon forget. Myself included.
So, if you're a person who loves positive energy and amazing couples who just GLOW on their wedding day, check out one of the most fun weddings I've ever photographed for yourself by clicking here.
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