Last weekend, I photographed Debra and Michael’s winter microwedding at the Community House of Moorestown and the Fellowship Alliance Chapel in Medford, NJ! As my first wedding of 2021, I have been looking forward to this winter microwedding for a few months and it did not disappoint. We have had a ton of snow lately and I have been itching to get out and shoot in it, so when I saw there was fresh snow in the forecast a day before their winter microwedding, I was ecstatic! There is something so romantic about winter weddings, especially ones where there is snow on the ground! I love that Debra wore a chic coat for the outdoor portraits and a shawl for the indoor portraits, my happily in love couple embraced their winter day.
I met Debra and Michael at the Community House of Moorestown for their portraits, the Community House was kind enough to allow us to use their building for the photos. We began in the library of this historic building before ending our photo session outdoors with the beautiful historic architecture as a backdrop to their snowy wedding day photos. After their romantic couple portraits were complete, we drove to the Alliance Fellowship Chapel in Medford for their sweet ceremony. My couple wrote their own vows and exchanged rings while surrounded by their closest family, after they said “I do”, they danced down the aisle! Before their celebration dinner, my coverage concluded with sweet family photos. Congratulations to Debra and Michael and thank you for allowing me to capture your winter microwedding!
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Photography: Susan Hennessey Photography
Portrait Location: Community House of Moorestown
Ceremony: Fellowship Alliance Chapel
Groom’s Attire: Rochester Formal Wear
Florist: Love in Flower