I love going home. To my first home, where I come from. What makes it even better is to share in the celebration and love of some great friends. My friends Jessica and Brian were married a few years ago (blog post here) in Canandaguia, New York, on the same lake I was married on in 2001. A few weeks ago, I traveled back, this time to Sodus Point, to photograph the wedding of their friends. These beautiful kids, Chris and Beth, are also the siblings of two friends of mine from way back (elementary school?!). It’s amazing to see the union of not only two people, but their families as well.

The Groom
The first look
Dad and daughter, glancing at their family as they walk down the aisle. 
 The gorgeous venue was the historic lighthouse in Sodus Point.
 The small, sweet bridal party. Drew (on left) is the grooms’ older brother. I think I met him in 1983. What a great day it was, to catch up with old friends and witness such happiness.
 This is the second time I’ve seen homemade jam as a favor. I LOVE this idea. 
So personal, sweet and useful. 
 I photographed Brian (on right) and Jessica’s wedding back in 2010. Since then, they’ve added a sweet addition to their family. Presley is looking like a tough little cookie, hanging out with the boys.
 The first dance.
 The gorgeous reception site.
 Lots of pies for dessert!
 Father and daughter
 Mother and son
 Chris and Beth, thank you so much for including me in your day. It was spectacular, perfect, gorgeous, and so you. Cheers to a lifetime of happiness!