Now that it is spring, EXO Photography is officially gearing up for wedding season! We had a spectacular day at Natalie and Mitch’s Crescent Beach Club spring wedding. It was such a gorgeous day outside, and we are so happy we got to celebrate this amazing couple all while on the beach.
One of our favorite photoshoots are for beach weddings. We really enjoy getting to celebrate such an auspicious occasion, all while listening to the ocean on the beach. Talk about a perfect day!
We loved getting to know this happy couple. The pair met at Binghamton University in 2011 during Halloween, however, they were both in relationships at the time. Flash forward to 2016, and Mitch and Natalie meet on Bumble! They went on their first date at Central Park and spent hours talking on a rock. They later learned they spent the day in the exact spot where Mitch’s parents got engaged 25 years earlier. Clearly, Natalie and Mitch are meant to be together.
Natalie and Mitch became #InstagramOfficial when Natalie posted a photo of them apple picking. Now, it is a year tradition for them to go apple picking and take a photo. 2020 offered a change-up to their tradition. Mitch got down on one knee at the Hilltop Orchard in Massachusetts and proposed to Natalie. Of course, she said yes!
Now, let’s talk about the big day. The couple had a Jewish ceremony outside, and danced the night away at the reception inside, perfect for the Crescent Beach Club spring wedding. Natalie wore a beautiful white lace dress with a train on the bottom. Mitch rocked a grey suit and a blue and grey tie. The couple looked gorgeous taking pictures in front to the water at the Crescent Beach Club. They looked classy and elegant, but also had a relaxed vibe that fit perfectly with the beach. The bride and groom’s families had a similar color scheme, all rocking grey and blue, as well.
Natalie and Mitch added a few special touches to make the day their own. They had candy apples, a nod to their own apple picking tradition. They also had a wedding blanket and personalized Kippahs. Natalie had white azaleas in her bouquet, since they were her aunt’s favorite flower. They also had white pampas as decor to give off a more beachy vibe; and it worked, everything looked beautiful!
We had so much fun at Natalie and Mitch’s Crescent Beach Club wedding! Congratulations to the newlyweds. We absolutely loved your beach wedding. EXO Photography wishes you both a lifetime of health and happiness.
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