New Year’s Eve: Christina & Christopher Style! {Dec. 31, 2012}

Christina & Christopher’s wedding was our last wedding of 2012… and sort of our first wedding of 2013, all in one! They were married New Year’s Eve at TJ Smith’s Victorian House in East Bridgewater. If you have ever had the pleasure of attending a wedding at TJ Smith’s, then you can surely imagine what a wonderful time was had by all. For starters, take a look at this first photo, and see if you can guess what the groom does for work…

Ahoy! Not every bride can say she has her groom's occupation on her toe!

Ahoy! Not every bride can say she has her groom’s occupation on her toe!

The ceremony was held at TJ Smith’s quaint on location chapel, as family and friends  gathered to ring in the New Year and celebrate the newly married couple.

Christina & Christopher exchange vows at TJ Smith's Victorian House chapel.

Christina & Christopher exchange vows at TJ Smith’s Victorian House chapel.

 

This shot has the look of "classic" and it's the Navy uniform that does it! Thank you for your service, Christopher.

This shot has the look of “classic” and it’s the Navy uniform that pulls it all together! Thank you for your service, Christopher.

 

Christina, Christopher and Travis, all smiles, all happy and all perfect.

Christina, Christopher and Travis, all smiles, all happy and all perfect.

There was plenty of dancing and entertainment all night long, thanks to DJ Arthur Calabro. The first dance is always the most memorable.

Capturing the first dance when they don't know you  are capturing it makes for the best photo, wouldn't you agree?

Capturing the first dance when they don’t know you are capturing it makes for the best photo, wouldn’t you agree?

 

Never a dry eye when it comes to the father/daughter dance.

Never a dry eye when it comes to the father/daughter dance.

 

Could a mom possibly look any happier than what you see here?

Could a mom possibly look any happier than what you see here?

There is something about this photo that really captured my attention. The pride you can see in Christina’s mom’s face actually seems to have traveled to Christopher. Is that even possible? You decide.

Some photos tend to emote in a way that truly holds a moment in time forever.

Some photos tend to emote in a way that truly holds a moment in time forever.

Let’s not forget… this was New Year’s Eve! There may have been some really cool music being played. There may have been some really amazing dancing going on. (If you were at the wedding, I suggest you ask Christina and Christopher for the link to all their wedding photos…) And yes, there may have been some colorful masks, some interesting hats and other props floating around…

The groom changed from his Navy uniform to a smart black suit for a New Years kiss with his new wife.

The groom changed from his Navy uniform to a smart black suit for a New Years kiss with his new wife.

 

And yes, they are even more gorgeous with the masks off!

And yes, they are even more gorgeous with the masks off!

 

We were honored that Christina and Christopher choose Photo & Video by Joe Goldsberry to capture their wedding, and to share this night with their family and friends. One last photo, and this one they specifically asked for…

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Ceremony and Reception Venue: TJ Smith’s Victorian House

Photography: Photo & Video by Joe Goldsberry

DJ/Entertainment: Arthur Calabro

3 comments on “New Year’s Eve: Christina & Christopher Style! {Dec. 31, 2012}

  1. Lynn says:

    I especially love the pic of the bride and groom’s first dance!

  2. Geoff Diehl says:

    Another great marketing piece!   Question – how did you do that “sparkler” effect in the last photo (where they make a heart)? That is SO cool! Is it a time-lapse or a photoship effect?   GD

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    • Joe says:

      Hi Geoff,

      I’m glad that you like my photos! No Photoshop used for the sparkler photo. Just a 3-4 second time exposure and a quick burst of flash. Oh, and the camera was on a tripod of course.

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