maura + ed : keeler tavern wedding in ridgefield connecticut

These two were the best.  And I almost never met them!20 hours before their big day, Maura and Ed lost their photographer.  Bridesmaids to the rescue!  Maura's Maid of Honor sprung into action and found me through the Knot.  After a whirlwind of emails and phone calls, and one very productive Skype session, I stepped in to capture the happiest day of this couple's life.  I could not feel more honored to have been able to give them the images that will hold these memories for a lifetime.I'm so incredibly happy that I was able to step in, and even more so that I was able to meet these guys and share a special part of their wedding day!Congratulations, Maura and Ed!keeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticut(PS - that dress?  Yeah.  That's a third generation antique gown.  The groom's mother and grandmother both wore it  on their wedding days before Maura!)keeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutWhy, yes.  Yes, those are monogrammed cookies.  And yes.  They were delicious.keeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutNatural cotton wreaths with burlap accents were a nod to the southern heritage of the groom and his family.  And I instantly fell in love!keeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutQuick chat about the desserts..  Pound cake with Caramel icing and homemade pecan pies were brought in from the groom's hometown - a bakery owned by family and friends.  Take it from me - the caramel sauce alone is worth the drive down across the Mason-Dixon.  Fingers crossed that they ship out of state...keeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticutkeeler tavern wedding ridgefield connecticut