Champagne Manor Wedding – Joseph and Carolyn are Married!
This Champagne Manor Wedding was one of three weddings I was able to do in 2020 so it’s extra special. From the details to the emotions, everything was as perfect as it could be with such a crazy year.
About the Couple
Where did your wedding take place?
What was your favorite moment on your wedding day?
My favorite moment was walking down the aisle to my future husband and grabbing his hands at the beginning of the ceremony. I loved that this is the first time he saw me and that we would soon be husband and wife.
What was the most helpful piece of advice you received when it came to planning your wedding?
Honestly, it would likely be to cherish the day and try and take it all in. Take a moment to yourself as the bride and also as the new Mr. and Mrs. It sounds so simple but how quickly the day flies just can’t be understood until you experience it yourself.
What was the biggest reason you chose Dave Shay Photography on your wedding day?
I love the scenery Dave captures. He is so skilled and has a great ability to capture these raw special moments and make them beautiful.
How would you describe your Wedding day? Use as many or as few words as you’d like
Beautiful. 2020 has been quite a year and it just turned into the day I think everyone attending needed. The weather was beautiful and the temperature perfect. I could not have asked for better vendors. They helped make everything so special. It was really better than I could have pictured.
About the Team
Barbara Pedwell: From This Day Forward
Bridesmaid Dress Designer:
Kenneth Cole through Mens Warehouse
About the images
These Champagne Manor images were taken with combinations of a Nikon D4s, Nikon D750, Nikkor 85mm 1.4G, Nikkor 45mm Tilt Shift, Nikkor 24mm 1.4G, 5 off camera Flashpoint R2 Speedlights, and 2 AD-200 strobes with an assortment of MagMod modifiers. All of my images are color corrected with Adobe Lightroom only and not altered or photoshopped in any way.
I’d also like to extend a huge thank you to James and Ben for helping on this shoot, some of their images are mixed in with mine above.