Glenerin Inn intimate wedding with a little bit of winter in the mix although it was still a mild day for outdoor photos. These guys have been together for a long time and their family and friends were so happy to see them finally get married. The Glenerin Inn was great spot for this small wedding of only the closest of family and friends. The outdoor space is not ideal for photography but doable although I highly recommend a secondary location for larger bridal party photos. The staff here is wonderful and very attentive and were great with my assistant and I which can be rare at weddings for us. They helped us, consulted us and served us dinner which is a huge bonus for a venue as far as we photographers are concerned.
Venue: Glenerin Inn
Officiant: Robb McDonald – All Seasons
Coordinator: Maurizio Cimin Glenerin Inn
A great little backdrop for photography is one of the inn’s wings with plenty of rooms for guests to stay overnight at your wedding.
At the back of the Inn is a large wooded area and with a few orange leaves just barely hanging on it created a lovely backdrop for some photos. Nikon D4 70-200mm f2.8
Who does he remind you of? He is the spittin image of a musician I just can’t remember the name of.
Another spot I love at the Glenerin Inn is this doorway with the beautiful lights and chandeliers on the inside reflecting through. My bride and groom just need to give me some moments and we are all set.
Just a light dusting of snow from the nigh before’s snowfall added a little interest to these wooded photos.
Hands, Heads and Heart make the images great! I love this one!
I put them together and asked him to put his arms around her waist and then bend her back just a little while trying to steal a kiss…….
and this happens……..
and finally he gets there! I love this series of photos on a wedding day.`
They said their “I do’s” and now they are married and off to the reception.
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