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Thursday
Jan262017

Beautiful wedding at the Inn at Stonecliffe

ON A PERSONAL NOTE: Some things we did in 2016 didn’t quite work out the way we had hoped, so we’re taking that as motivation and running full speed ahead in 2017 to make a change. Well, a few changes. We’re selling our home and most likely moving full time to Mackinac Island. We have trained for over a year, and are officially rolling out new photography packages for McCoy Made that we think brides will LOVE and will accessible to a broader range of people. We are building a new website and a new blog. And hey, I need new recipes!!! So feel free to pass along anything yummy that you love!

SIDE NOTE: If you are a wedding vendor in Northern Michigan, and are looking to collaborate on something creative, please send me an email!!! I have some ideas, and would love to hear yours!

ABOUT THE PHOTO: Here are both sides to a single moment. And what I mean by that is, you get to see both the brides face AND the grooms face when they first saw one another at the wedding ceremony. Mark and I always try to make sure we are able to capture that exact moment when a bride and groom see one another for the first time, to capture EACH of their faces! I sometimes think that people get so excited to stand up and watch a bride and her father that often the groom is forgotten about. Not with us! We LOVE to capture all the emotions!

ABOUT THE VENUE: We can’t say enough amazing things about photographing a wedding ceremony in The Grotto at The Inn at Stonecliffe, it’s truly a hidden, magical place. And wasn't this bride STUNNING?!

I’ve got my coffee in hand, here’s to a fabulous Thursday!!!

 

Mackinac Island Wedding CeremonyThe moment when a Bride first sees her groom, at the Wedding Ceremony in the Grotto at The Inn at Stonecliffe.

 

Wedding in The Grotto at The Inn at StonecliffeThe moment the groom first sees his bride coming towards him during the wedding ceremony, in The Grotto at The Inn at Stonecliffe.

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