When I first met Julia and Laurent earlier this year, I knew we had to work together. Luckily for me, they felt the same way. We have a mutual love for travel, art, and photography (there may have been a GoPro Quadcopter flying around (see below)) so I knew their wedding would be a blast. From getting ready in a converted 1800s school house, to the bamboo groves, to the fabulous people involved in their wedding, I couldn’t ask for more from my job.
Fall is here and I couldn’t be more jazzed about it. Even though this season brings wedding chaos (because it’s amazing) I’ve felt so honored to be a part of the celebrations I have recently. Meaghan and Steve’s adorable shindig was no exception, and came complete with apple orchards, sunflower fields, and high school sweethearts, absolute wedding perfection.
Ceremony + Reception: Sweet Berry Farm
Courtney and Richard were legally married last year in France (where Richard is from) but they wanted to share their nuptials with family and friends in the U.S., so came wedding part two! They celebrated with dinner and dancing at Linden Place, a charming house/venue, on a delightful August evening.
Holly and David held an intimate ceremony for just their immediate family at their home in Chatham. And although 100% chance of rain was forecasted for most of the time we would spend together, the wedding gods gave us a break for an hour, just before the ceremony was to begin. Truth be told, I actually prefer the beach on a rainy day (being Irish probably has a lot to do with that) but there is just something about dark skies, hooded sweatshirts, and the ocean, that all feels very New England.
I joined Karen and Brian for both their rehearsal and wedding two weeks ago, on the South Shore of Boston. As water lovers, they knew they wanted to take advantage of a location close to home, but also one that offered indoor/outdoor water views. The Cohasset Harbor Inn, and Atlantica (where they held their rehearsal dinner) offered just that, for a perfect July evening on the Atlantic.