Larisa and Captain Murphy’s Glen Manor House Wedding

Larisa and Captain Murphy Bright’s Glen Manor House wedding is the perfect way to kick off our Fourth of July holiday week. From cutting the cake with a saber to the cutest four-legged gift from the bride to the groom (a bulldog puppy named Bone Digger) this Marine and his wife’s wedding was our summer dream!

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Caitlin and Steve’s Blush and Gold Glen Manor House Wedding

Caitlin and Steve wanted their wedding to be a mini-destination for their friends and family. When the couple first went to visit Glen Manor House, they knew right away that Newport and Glen Manor were the perfect fit. Their visit happened to be on the coldest day of the year in the middle of February, and it was still the most beautiful venue they had ever seen!

Ashley and John’s Vintage Seaside Wedding at Glen Manor House

Ashley and John’s vintage styled glitter and gold seaside wedding at the Glen Manor House in Portsmouth, RI was a wedding photographer’s dream for so many reasons! Bride Ashley’s custom Lindee Daniel dress that looked like something out of a fairytale, a French Chateau style venue overlooking the Sakonnet River, and glitter and gold everywhere! But there was one thing about this wedding that would’ve had all documentary photographers swooning… the light. Natural, sun-drenched light is what we live for, and this wedding was overflowing with it! Combined with Ashley and John’s constant smiling, these wedding photos look more like something out of an Anthropologie catalog, and we’re okay with that.   Continue reading

Missy and Grady | The Newport Bride

Missy and Grady – A Glen Manor House Wedding

Not many love stories start in 6th grade. Most of us don’t find our soul mate among the freckle faced tweens. Missy and Grady did. The couple dated on and off and till 2011 when they realized this was more than casual, it was love. In 2014, on the docks of the Palm Beach Marina Grady got down on one knee and asked Missy to be his wife. She said yes!

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