Vid and James were married on a beautiful summer day at Bloom Meadows in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

They are such a sweet, fun couple. I had a blast shooting their engagement session and their wedding.

Bloom Meadows is a gorgeous venue that lends itself perfectly to photography. The white ceilings, perfectly decorated rooms, and lush gardens fill the space with beauty.

The girls got ready in the silo, which is such a cool building. The top floor has been transformed into a boho oasis complete with brick floors and picture windows.

Vid had the most beautiful details including photo charms on her bouquet of loved ones who have passed away.

Vid wanted a photo of her niece in her wedding shoes for her to look back on one day. It was such a sweet photo, not to mention how amazing her shoes were!

Vid did a first look with all the bridesmaids.

Meanwhile, the guys were getting ready in the Parlor, which is another really cool space.

Then it was time for the ceremony!

In the middle of the ceremony, Vid realized she had forgotten her vow book in the silo, so the ceremony paused and I ran up to the room to get it. There's a first for everything as a wedding photographer!

James' son watched on during the ceremony.

We did the family pictures outside and then the wedding party photos inside because it was just too hot out and everyone was melting.

Then it was time for dinner. Afterwards, Vid and James and I went off to a trail in the woods to take some couple's portraits!

Then it was time for something I'd love to see at every wedding...dual bouquet toss!

Because of covid, they couldn't have a dance party reception, so instead, they had lawn games and the kids rolled down the hill inside of KanJam.