I first met Amy & Nick when I photographed a surprise birthday session for Nick’s mom, back when Amy was still just the girlfriend. Flash forward 2 years and it was time for their beautiful, rustic wedding at Farmstead of Ringoes. Amy & Nick had a very unconventional and untraditional wedding. They actually eloped in Tennessee at the beginning of August, but they still wanted to celebrate with friends and family back home. Here’s some favorite shots of their (second) big day.
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This was my first time at Farmstead of Ringoes for a wedding and it was an overwhelmingly great experience. The owners of the property were so friendly and welcoming, it made the experience even more fun for me.
Thank goodness Nick’s brother Brian was there to help everyone get ready because he was the one who knew how to do the finer details of guy stuff.
Don’t worry – no bad luck here, Amy wore the same dress from her elopement in August. In classic Nick fashion, everything can be made funny, and this day was no different.
A mother’s work is never done. That always rings true on a wedding day when moms help their kids get dressed.
This was the first time Amy’s dad saw her in her dress and no, there was no bug in his eye, but he may say otherwise.
Nick and Amy are very goofy, fun, laidback people. There’s no way they were going to sit all prim and proper on their wedding day when they had a tire swing at their disposal.
They made sure to feature photos from their elopement in Tennessee. It was fun to get a peek into their day.
Great grandmother to great granddaughter; transcending 4 generations in one moment.
There’s nothing “dumb” about these guys. They sure gave Nick a good laugh when they showed up mimicking Harry and Lloyd.
Finn is still learning to play cornhole, just give him time.
The party officially started off with an introduction of the bride and groom.
Although the Ferrara dogs weren’t in attendance, they were there in spirit when they were honored during the speeches.
According to Sheryl from Farmstead of Ringoes, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get beautiful sunsets like this for weddings and we certainly were not disappointed.
Venue // Farmstead of Ringoes