Genesee Country Village and Museum Wedding

When I arrived, the girls were at the salon being pampered- gorgeous hairstyles & coffee from a local shop that is said to be like Starbucks... only better! 

Christina's bridesmaids were super excited- it was adorable and so fun to see.

The details were waiting for me at Christina's childhood home. The bride also happens to be a talented graphic designer. She created the entire invitation suite, which was beautiful letterpress in shades of white, pale rose, and gray. To top it off, she MADE James' wedding band in a metalworking class she took in college. How's that for skill? 

When Christina broke out those distinctive mint green boxes, every face in the room lit up!

While the girls finished getting ready, James waited patiently at the church, looking dapper in a suit, ironed to perfection. Seriously, look at those pleats. They're a beautiful thing! 

After the ceremony, it was time to head to the reception at the Genesee Country Village and Museum, which was a charming historic village with plenty of fantastic locations for unique photos. 

And finally, it was time to party! The reception was in a vintage barn, and every detail had been carefully though out and attended to. It was certainly worth every moment of effort- everything looked stunning. 


Anonymous said...

Tierney, these photos are absolutely gorgeous! Your skill and attention to detail is second to none! It was a joy to work with you and your husband and we wish you all the best!

Kathy Salvas said...

- from Kathy, Christina's mom :)

Anonymous said...

a beautiful bride and handsome groom captured on their special day by a wonderful photgrapher! bravo!