Let’s flashback to seasons past and check out some of my “All-Star” favorite wedding photos from last year! Hope you enjoy, and congrats again to those couples who helped me capture some of my fav’ wedding photos…like ever! From Destination weddings on white sandy beached of Punta Cana, to the snow covered mountains of Aspen […]Read More Some All-Star Favorite Wedding Images 2019-2020!
We roared into 2020 with this stunning Palace Theater ceremony with a Gatsby inspired themed Aria wedding. Jennifer and Michael set out for a trailblazing gorgeous event, with amazing details right out of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.” The perfect ceremony location was at The Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT. With its golden gilded […]Read More Stunning Gatsby Roaring 20’s Themed Wedding at Palace Theater and Aria.
This Connecticut Autumn Wedding at The Torrington Country Club was country loveliness. Theresa and Joseph celebrated through the night, and the country club was rocking! We started at Theresa’s childhood home, with great character and farm feel, the details were so much fun, like the rugged ring shot, with antique bowie style knife. The church […]Read More Connecticut Autumn Wedding at The Torrington Country Club
Whitby Castle is nestled in Rye, New York, and what a great place for a wedding! Nicole and Steven’s church wedding ceremony was classic and elegant, and a classic trolly drove the wedding party to the castle. The castle was a perfect fit for photos, great music, and dancing. The weeping willow tree outside […]Read More Whitby Castle Wedding, Rye New York.
Ahh this Saint Clements Castle wedding was what fairy tales are made of. A blend of modern style and classic elegance created an unforgettable wedding of detail and brilliance. Allison looked like a modern princess, with her amazing white silk gloves and tiara from Kleinfeld Bridal. Michael and the groomsmen wore pitch black tuxedos and […]Read More Saint Clements Castle Wedding: Stylish modern meets classic luxury.
A wedding at Bill Miller’s Castle is as unique as one can get! A gorgeous castle in North Branford Connecticut with picture perfect manicured grounds is a dream to photograph. Dani and Chris were married at the castle, which had so many cool places to photograph…including an abandoned boat! The happy couple danced […]Read More Bill Millers Castle Wedding: Destination gorgeousness! Dani & Chris
Christen & Jaime’s Saybrook Point Inn wedding was classic and elegant. The shoreline destination of Saybrook Point Inn is a gorgeous location for photographs. The marina offered a lighthouse, and weathered boardwalks…perfect for sharing some champaign! Congrats to Christen and Jaime! -Airen Miller Photography WEBSITE LINK EMAIL LINK -Makeup Lorna of Jenniefresa BeautyRead More Saybrook Point Inn Wedding: Classic Connecticut Shoreline Wedding
This winter wedding had such a stunning ceremony at Waterbury Connecticut’s own “Palace Theater,” with a gorgeous Aria reception to follow. Welcome to “winter-wedding-wonderland” Sarah and Charles had a special “first look” accompanied by a little furry friend, and a custom classic Rolls-Royce! The ceremony was exquisite, at The Palace Theater with a winter-fairy-tale of […]Read More Aria Winter Wedding With Stunning Palace Theater Ceremony: Sarah & Charles
Modern meets classic in this Madison Beach Hotel wedding of Kim and Greg. Autumn foliage, cool fall colors, a Porsche getaway car, and some killer “GUESS” wedding heals, we set out to capture some love…on the Connecticut beach rocks! I had such a an absolute rockin‘ time photographing these two! There were so many cool […]Read More Modern Madison Beach Hotel Wedding: With Connecticut Classic Coolness.
This classic Harkness Park; Eolia Mansion wedding of Paige & Matthew was filled with so much love and joy, I am so thrilled to share it. Paige was stunning, with a timeless look and gorgeous makeup by Salon Naomi. The ladies helped with all the details, and mother and daughter shared a brief quiet moment […]Read More Classic Harkness Park: Eolia Mansion Wedding. Paige & Matthew