Enchanting Bradford Estate Wedding Photography

Congratulations to Rachelbeth and Kenneth on their fantastic wedding! This lovely couple tied the knot privately in 2020 and finally celebrated their dream wedding on June 18th, 2022, at the Bradford Estate in Hainesport, NJ. We absolutely love their beautiful Bradford Estate wedding photography!

The big day started with bridal preparation. Rachelbeth and her bridesmaids spent the morning celebrating the big day with some bubbly and laughter. How fun! Afterward, the bride slipped into her gorgeous dress with shoulder bow details and matching veil; she looked so stunning!

Following Rachelbeth and Kenneth’s intimate first look, it was time for the ceremony! Kenneth and his groomsmen waited for the beautiful bride at the altar. The groom looked dapper in his elegant three-piece navy-blue suit! This Bradford Estate wedding photography then captured Kenneth’s emotional reaction when he saw the love of his life walking toward him. Underneath the picturesque pergola, the bride and groom said “I Do” and concluded the ceremony with a passionate kiss! With all of the colorful flowers and greenery surrounding them, the ceremony was absolutely enchanting!

Finally, it was time to celebrate the newlyweds! Rachelbeth and Kenneth made their grand entrance and shared their first dance as a husband and wife. After the toasts, the newlyweds cut into their four-tiered white cake and fed each other a bite. At last, all guests were happy to get out of their seats and celebrate the newlyweds on the dance floor! This amazing celebration was captured in their Bradford Estate wedding photography from beginning to end.

Congratulations again to Rachelbeth and Kenneth! May your marriage be filled with love and happiness forever!


DJ: Entertainment Now//Hair Stylist: Say I Do Hair & Makeupt//Floral Designer: Alisha Simone – Elegant Event Flowers//Reception Venue: Bradford Estate//Photographer: Enchanted Celebrations//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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