Towards the end of the summer, we were able to do a fabulous fashion shoot at the Lord Thompson Manor. We shared a sneak peak of the photo fun a few weeks back. Now that the wedding season is coming to a close, we wanted to revisit and give you a full taste of what we did with this bridal shoot. We had such a good time working with our model Samantha, Christine and Shirley from Bridal Heirlooms, and enjoying the beautiful grounds of Jackie’s Lord Thompson Manor. I can’t say enough how much we appreciate the generosity of all these ladies. Thank you!!!!
No slideshow this week; all the photographs are right here on the blog. Enjoy!
A bit about our wonderful collaborators for this wedding photography extravaganza:
Bridal Heirlooms is a full service bridal boutique in the heart of South Hadley, Massachusetts. The ladies at Bridal Heirlooms will provide you with the best service and guidance, in a comfortable, relaxed setting. The shop was started by two sisters who share the enjoyment of making a bride feel special on her wedding day. They provide each bride with personal and professional care as they work together to achieve each lady’s dreams.
The Lord Thompson Manor is a country estate perfect for dream-come-true wedding receptions. The stately elegance of the Manor, the serenity of their Frederick Law Olmstead designed grounds, their James Beard Foundation celebrated chefs and their outstanding service provide the ultimate setting that ensures any wedding is as perfect as a bride could dream of. Whether grand or intimate, or wildly extravagant, The Lord Thompson Manor has a wonderful way of bringing romance and individuality perfect for each bride and groom. The Manor is only a short distance from Boston, Hartford, Rhode Island, and New York City. When you arrive, you drive down a half-mile driveway to the front door; there you will begin to feel the tranquility of their 40 acre estate, towering trees, and quiet country paths. You will begin to experience the luxury of an unhurried celebration reminiscent of a time gone by.