Saturday, September 29, 2007

melanie + carlos wedding at avon old farms inn
















Melanie & Carlos were married at the beautiful St. Thomas in West Hartford on a gorgeous sunny day in early September. We had had the coldest windiest day for our engagement shoot in downtown Hartford back in the fall of 2006 so this weather was certainly a welcome change! Before their reception at Avon Old Farms they wanted to go somewhere downtown for more of an urban feel for their pictures- so we had fun walking around downtown, finding spots that could fit us all, we were a big group of well dressed ladies and men! Their bridal party were all wonderful sports and went with any suggestion I threw at them, hamming it up and having fun! We had a great time and I think we got some great stuff out of our adventure. Congratulations Melanie & Carlos!

7 comments:

Jason Lanier said...

Love the pics out in the street. great shot with the brides maids folding hands!

Rnormfoto said...

when did you redo that logo--really cool!

MEG said...

love the feel of the first pic carla...warm and cozy for fall! Nice work! Can't wait to see you on Wed...and you better come...and I can't wait to go to your opening!!! Congrats on such a cool accomplishment!

MEG said...

ps....please contact me with your opening info...I lost that card...i know it is thurs. the 4th but where and what time???? let me know!

Carla Ten Eyck said...

Meg! My opening is Thurs. Oct. 4th 5:30-7:30 at The Downtown Hartford Public Library 550 Main St. Hartford. It's right next to City Hall, if you ever shot there!
I am looking forward to your get together as well! Want me to bring anything?

Jacklyn Greenberg said...

love the bridesmaids sitting together. awesome.

Carla Ten Eyck said...

robert- I re-did it specifically for my blog- I couldn't figure out how to re-work my old logo quite the way I wanted so I just slapped that one up. My designer would probably kill me, I hope she doesn't see it! I also realized that I have this cool logo that I hardly have anywhere, so silly me, I am putting it everywhere I can now!