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Summer Wedding in Albany, NY

Alison & Brian’s wedding day was full of fun, flair, and elegant fashion. It felt as if the day really began right after putting on her dress, when Alison heard the ice cream truck driving through the neighborhood. She and her girls simply HAD to have an ice cream treat! After enjoying a delicious bar, it was off to the Shaker Heritage Site for a beautiful wedding day Reveal, when Brian got to see his exquisite bride. Alison’s vivid bouquet was wonderfully complimented by Brian’s fashionable navy suit, accessorized with a broad-striped tie of hot pink & navy. Together, they made an exciting couple to photograph while we enjoyed walking around the beautifully rustic barns and structures. The day flew by all too quickly, but we’re so happy to have been able to enjoy it with them and their incredible families.

Enjoy these preview photos. The full gallery will be available soon in the “Boutique” area of our main website. We’d love to hear from you, so please comment below! And feel free to click the button below to “Recommend” us to your friends!

  • Ulysses - Thank you so much, Starlyn, for the very kind words about the photos! And a big thank you for allowing Allison + Brian access to the site. Although our time there was brief due to the day’s schedule, the Shaker Heritage site provided the most beautiful time of our day for photos. The couple was able to enjoy the beauty and tranquility there, and then they were whisked away for the madness of the rest of the day, with the ceremony at a nearby church and reception at Normanside Country Club.January 6, 2012 – 5:30 PM

  • Starlyn D'Angelo - These are absolutely wonderful photos of this wedding. You note that the venue is normanside country club but this definitely is the Shaker historic site adjacent to Albany airport ( Your photos are some of the best I have seen and show the historic site very well!January 6, 2012 – 3:27 PM

  • Ulysses - Obsess and rave away, Jessica! We’ve recently concluded some clinical studies, and it seems the only cure or coping mechanism to relieve the manic symptoms is to shout about us to others as frequently as possible. and to point them to this blog and to our website portfolio. LOL!!! Big hugs, Jessica! Thank you!!! 😉August 10, 2010 – 9:03 AM

  • Jessica - It’s true, I’m slightly obsessed with your work. I’m sure there is a 12-step program available somewhere . . .

    Neglected to mention that I agree with Jessica @ 1:14 PM – that bridal portrait is simply stunning. My prediction – the groom will be keeping a copy on his nightstand!

    (BTW, I just had to remind myself to change my “default” email address when I submit comments!)August 10, 2010 – 8:58 AM

  • Ulysses - Thank you, Johanna! Coming from Alison’s sister, it really means a lot. I have to be completely open. If you show me a barn, just about ANY barn, I am soooo there! LOL! I mentioned to your mom that after about 2 seconds of consideration of the options, I decided we HAD to go to this place for the entire session. So glad everyone else enjoyed it, too. Hope to talk to you soon! Enjoy the full gallery, and thanks again! 🙂August 9, 2010 – 9:18 AM

  • Johanna - The pics are beautiful!! Love the backdrop too! Thank you both so much.August 9, 2010 – 9:05 AM

  • Ulysses - Jessica (the second Jessica :D), you’ve always been one of our most enthusiastic fans, and we really appreciate it so much. Thank you! We put our hearts into the day, so we genuinely enjoyed the time we got to spend with this great-looking couple. It was definitely a memorable and emotive day. 🙂August 5, 2010 – 5:54 PM

  • Jessica - Love the hair, love the dress, LOVE the photos . . . you two are so ridiculously talented!August 3, 2010 – 4:11 PM

  • Ulysses - Thank you, Jessica! We had a great time photographing them. I probably could have spent the entire day there. 🙂August 3, 2010 – 1:42 PM

  • jessica - That black and white portrait of the bride is gorgeous!August 3, 2010 – 1:14 PM

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