Elegant Wedding at The Hamilton Manor

February 16, 2024

Hamilton Manor is such a beautiful and fun venue to shoot at, so any time I’m there I always know it’s going to be a win – especially when I get a couple like Kerianne and Kevin! These two have such good, laid back, down to earth energy. They are definitely my kind of people, and this day was such a good one. When I was in the ballroom setting up my gear for their reception, their band was practicing and did a killer version of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody and I knew things were going to get real.

I’m going to let Kerianne tell their love story in her own words:

“​It all started in the summer of 2014 when Kerianne met Kevin at a Dierk’s Bentley concert at PNC Bank Arts Center, along with friends. Kerianne and Kevin spent the entire first summer together at casual beach hangs, outdoor concerts, and plenty of backyard parties. Kevin would even sneak Kerianne into the local bars (shh! she wasn’t 21 yet!). As summer came to an end, Kerianne was heading off to college at Arizona State University, and they had to say their goodbyes. After a few weeks apart from missing each other, they made a nearly impossible commitment to take a shot at a long distance relationship (over 2,000 miles apart!). They spent the first 5 years of their relationship living in separate states, but always committed to seeing each other every chance they had. In October 2019, they finally moved in together in Hoboken.”

Creative Team:

Venue: The Hamilton Manor | Photography: Kelly Sea Images | Florals: Bloomers Weddings | Bride’s Gown: Suzanne Neville | Bridal Shoppe: Wedding Atelier | Make Up: Make Me Up Eva | Hair: Top Knots by Aimee | Videography: AB Wedding Studio | Band: Sound Society Band

My photography experience is centered around you, and bringing your unique story to life through vibrant, joyful, honest, and elevated images.

...former librarian, dog enthusiast, and most importantly so very proud to say that I get to do my actual dream job for a living. 

Photography has always been my passion, and a profession I have always felt so honored to be able to call my own. 


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