I met Deanna at the Wilmington Bridal Show. She was the first person to our booth and I immediately knew that we would be working together. Over the course of the next few months, meeting with her and David at a Dunkin Donuts in Medford (equidistant between our office and their homes) we came up with our plan. Bright saturated colors were not the order of the day, their modern and elegant style called for bright white, gold, and the softest blush pink--except for the big dance numbers. We were able to design a whole theatrical program with rising spotlights for photos/dances, and varying levels of color as the evening progressed.
The day of the wedding, Newport was a rainy and foggy place. Traffic snarled, roads closed, and the outdoor ceremony had to be brought inside. Our two-hour load-in time was cut to about 40 minutes. Fortunately, as we have no need for wires, we were able to set up all of the lighting with time to spare.
Brad Smith Photography provided us with the beautiful photos you see here, Deanna and David appearing as if they had done this several hundred times, effortlessly looking like models in a wedding magazine.