The Wedding of Taylor and Timothy, Pittsfield, MA

Today, brides and grooms have a vast selection of locations to have their ceremony for their wedding.  Many choose the traditional church. Taylor and Tim chose a unique location and were married at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA.  It was very cool that they said their vows in an art gallery that just happened to host some beautiful local photography.  Taylor was ABSOLUTELY STUNNING as she entered the room after following all of her bridesmaids who were dressed in the vibrant color of Persimmon.  Everyone could not take their eyes off of her; especially the expectant groom, Tim.  It was a lovely ceremony and they even exchanged a single yellow rose as a symbol of their love.  The pics we took at the Museum are just beautiful.  We couldn’t pass up the amazing staircase that led to the second floor galleries.  The party then literally “walked” across the street (check out those photos too; AWESOME!) to where their reception rocked the night away at the Crowne Plaza in downtown Pittsfield.  It was obvious walking into the ballroom that Taylor had put a lot of time and effort into each detail.  Paper roses strung from light branches made beautiful centerpieces and the tower of Smore cupcakes accompanied with the signature Smore coctail made everyone’s mouth water.  All of Taylor and Tim’s family and friends LOVED to party and it is apparent in all of their dance shots (some being favorites of any we’ve ever taken).  Congrats guys and many blessings for a fruitful and long marriage!

LOVE that Persimmon color!

Tim’s mom made this cool boutonnière from Fender guitar picks for Tim.

Tim and his mom

Taylor’s mom checking out her baby getting ready

NEAT shot of the entire room getting ready

Take a deep breath, Taylor

HA, HA, too funny!  Have to keep the little guys occupied!  My favorite-Megs


Such interesting colors in the room

Smore cupcake anyone?

Taylor’s college sorority mates singing her a song


5 thoughts on “The Wedding of Taylor and Timothy, Pittsfield, MA

  1. You both took so many gorgeous photographs! My favorite is the one of happy couple crossing the street. Thank you so much for being such an important part of Tim and Taylor’s wedding day and capturing some very emotion filled shots!

  2. I love so many of your photos, but this collection has to be one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing your beautiful, heartfelt work!

  3. I was wondering if you ever considered changing the page layout of your blog? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or 2 images. Maybe you could space it out better?

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