Elizabeth & Michael | Published

Guess what! Angela Klempner Photography was featured on Style Me Pretty’s blog this past Friday! It’s always so fun to be published and see my work online and in print. Check out the post about Elizabeth & Michael’s beautiful farm wedding: HERE.

Whenever a photographer submits work to be considered for publication, it is helpful to include a description of the event. And it was so easy for me to write about Elizabeth & Michael’s wedding, because their whole day was so naturally elegant, just like the two of them.:)Here is the excerpt I wrote for Style Me Pretty:

Just over the Massachusetts border sits the quaint town of Rindge, New Hampshire. Elizabeth and Michael were married in a field at The Meeting School – a former boarding school turned into a working farm CSA. So much of their heart and souls were poured into this event. The maid of honor, Sarah, put together beautiful floral bouquets. Mason jars, homemade table cards, and fresh flowers in different stained glass vases adorned the tables in the decorated barn. White lights and Chinese lanterns hung from the rafters, but what really got me were the paper cranes. 1,000 paper cranes, to be exact.

When Elizabeth was a little girl she had a fascination with origami. She told her mother one day that she was determined to fold 1,000 paper cranes. Her small, ambitious hands grew tired and she was hundreds shy of her goal but slowly forgot about the idea. And then on her wedding day her mother gave her the sweetest gift a mother could give. She had spent months before the wedding folding these cranes for Elizabeth, and on June 15, 2013, she hung 1,000 paper cranes from the rafters of the barn where Elizabeth and Michael had their wedding reception. It was a truly incredible sight.

Elizabeth and Michael’s wedding was joyful, peaceful, and truly beautiful. Everyone chipped in to make the day a success. Musically inclined friends played acoustic tunes for the ceremony music. A close friend of the family baked the cake. The groom’s mother coordinated the decorations, and the bride herself made the dinner for her guests! This day is proof that friends and family can pull together to make a most spectacular wedding!

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Kelly - August 14, 2013 - 8:33 am

Beautiful write up Ang!

renoaja - August 14, 2013 - 3:11 pm

i love :-P

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