Celebration of Vows Between Two Kevins, Captured by Erica Ferrone Photography [RF Wedding of the Week]

By // May 11, 2016 // Posted in Photography, Wedding, Wedding of the Week

When Boston wedding photographer Erica Ferrone submitted this wedding to Rf, it was clear she had chosen one filled to the brim with ecstatic emotion—you’d be hard-pressed not to smile looking at the party shots. This wedding was a celebration uniting two grooms, both named Kevin.

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All photos © Erica Ferrone Photography

“I met one of them a good number of years ago when I was photographing one of their brother’s weddings,” Ferrone says. “I fell in love with the entire family, and when they reached out to me about their wedding, I think they could tell right away how excited I was to be a part of it. They are an incredibly warm group that makes you feel like family almost immediately.”

mill_one_ericaferronephotography_kevinkevin-23 copy mill_one_ericaferronephotography_kevinkevin-26 copy mill_one_ericaferronephotography_kevinkevin-80 copyFerrone says this is one of her favorite weddings to date (it always helps when you love your clients, right?). “Both Kevins are visionaries and put together a dream day, from their timeline to the incredible details that they spent over a year making by hand,” she explains, referring to the hundreds of scrap metal flowers, the metal photo booth backdrop, and the various shout-outs to their love of horses including vases made out of horseshoes and a big metal sculpture of a horse.

“By the time their wedding arrived, I knew a good amount of the guests, including three past couples of mine, so the entire day was filled with fun, happy tears and awe of their hard work coming together.”

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Cameras: Nikon D4S and D700
Lenses: Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8, 35mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.4, 70-200mm f/2.8 and 85mm f/1.4
Lighting: SB-800 Speedlights (x3) and Ice Light

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Libby Peterson is the Features Editor of Rangefinder. A Minneapolis native, she moved to New York after graduating from Indiana University’s School of Journalism in 2013, starting off as the magazine's editorial intern.

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