Can I be myself at my wedding?

It’s time to look at a Wonderful Odiorne Point State Park New Hampshire Wedding Photos!

Molly & Tim said I Do last weekend. Along with some other various song lyrics which cracked me the hell up. Good job brother Billy on the ceremony! (Think, RickRolling) (which I didn’t even know was a thing until then..)

Another term I learned was … getting iced. ??‍♀️ Which… ??‍♀️

While the day was filled with plenty of pop culture and things I’ve never heard of, it was also full of love and natural beauty.

Molly and Tim had their winter engagement session at Odiorne as well. And we talked some about how Molly didn’t want to wear makeup at the wedding.

She just wasn’t a makeup person and didn’t want to feel not herself. She also wanted to wear her glasses.

She’d been getting a lot of other opinions on how that would never photograph well.

Those opinions were given with the best of intentions, of course.

But also, they’re hogwash.

You should be everything you want to be at your wedding. If that means you want to wear a princess dress and a tiara, contacts, and be airbrushed to the hilt, then do it to it!

But if you want to be natural and bespectacled, do that!

Her backless dress and sparkly Kate Spade Keds complimented everything with a little sass and a little glitter!

Tim looked stunning as well in his light grey suit – and the floral tie I’m totally obsessed with.

The weather was crazy – the fog kept rolling in and swallowing up the ocean and pieces of the park, but it made for an amazing dream-like setting for their wedding photos in Odiorne Point.

Instead of centerpieces, they had cupcakes for each of their guests.

Banana cupcakes. And some of the best of any type of cupcake I’ve ever eaten.

I could go on and on and on about the fun we had that day. But some of the words spoken can’t be repeated on the internet, so I’ll leave you with this ?

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Odiorne Point State Park NH Wedding by Melissa Koren Photography. You can see more of my work online at melissakoren.com and also on Facebook and Instagram! If you’d rather contact me directly, please email me at melissa@melissakoren.com!

2 Responses

  1. Melissa, these are fantastic! Thank you for doing such a beautiful job. And I am so glad that YOU enjoyed yourself too. It’s how we all want it to go! It was great having you there to take charge and do your thing.

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