Michelle + Campbell had a beautiful Blue Hill at Stone Barns wedding. They were originally planning a larger wedding, but when they thought about a wedding that represented them they pictured a smaller, intimate wedding. So they invited 18 of their closest friends and family for a simple afternoon wedding that was absolutely stunning in every way.
Both Michelle and Campbell got ready at Blue Hill at Stone Barn.
Michelle’s wedding dress and accessories were all beautifully detailed.
Oh that dress!
These Jimmy Choo shoes are my favorite bridal shoes to date! So detailed and gorgeous!
Michelle covered every detail, her hairpiece was stunning.
I had the wonderful pleasure of having a second shooter, Kristy, with me for the day. Kristy hung out with Campbell and his groomsmen while they got ready.
Love this shot Kristy captured!
The ceremony was held right outside overlooking the farm.
It was so intimate and refreshing to be a part of a small wedding.
Campbell kissed Michelle’s hand after he placed the ring on her finger, so sweet.
Michelle + Campbell’s first date was going rock climbing so it was only fitting that they had their best man tie climbing rope around their hands as they “tied the knot.”
Their first dance was held right outside during their cocktail hour on the patio.
Throughout the cocktail hour and their lunch reception guests gave toasts to the bride and groom.
The sun decided to peek out while Michelle danced with her father.
All of the guests joined Michelle + Campbell for a dance.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns has a beautiful little room that is surrounded by windows and was the perfect setting for their lunch reception.
The flowers on the table were all grown right from the farm.
Everyone sat at one long table and ate Blue Hill at Stone Barns’ amazing farm to table food.
Just like the rest of the wedding, the cake was simple, but beautiful. Plus it was topped with my favorite flowers, Zinnias!
We took a group photo before everyone left and we headed to take Michelle + Campbell’s portraits.
The bridal party also stuck around for a couple more pictures.
Does the groomsmen on the left look familiar? Hunter and Holly were married last year when Campbell was his best man.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns has so many beautiful little spots that we walked around the whole thing taking pictures. I could have stayed even longer and taken more portraits with such a beautiful location and bride and groom.
I love that they had “On belay” and “Belay on” engraved in their rings! It was so personal to them : )
This little area was being setup for the restaurant and I just had to go in for some portraits! It was so cute.
I just love all of the lace.
I couldn’t help it, I just wanted to keep shooting Michelle’s shoes.
Love this shot with Blue Hill at Stone Barns in the background.
I saw this spot at my first meeting with Michelle + Campbell and pictured this exact image. (Thank you to Kristy for climbing up on stone wall to capture this! I was in a dress and was to weak to pull myself up onto the wall.)
The entrance is just framed perfectly for a portrait.
The stone silos are the first thing you see from a distance when driving up to the farm.
Michelle, you are just stunning!
Michelle + Campbell are just so sweet together and in love.
I love this last image so much!
Congratulations to Michelle + Campbell! Your wedding was perfectly planned and everything represented both of you so well. I loved watching the two of you interact all day and of course capturing all of your sweet little moments. I could tell just how in love you are and I hope that continues all the way through your marriage until one day when you’re that adorable old couple that still holds hands.
And a huggggeee thank you goes to my second shooter, Kristy! She kept me going from the beginning of the day, when I locked my keys in the car, to the very end when we both stayed a little longer because we were both enjoying taking portraits so much.
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