Happy Tuesday! After a crazy few weeks I'm happy to be back to blogging with Angela & Rick's wedding! Their reception was at the gorgeous Independence Harbor, south of Boston. It's an incredibly beautiful location full of bright flowers and greenery! Perfect for their nature inspired wedding.
I loved working at Colonial Hotel in Gardner MA because the place is HUGE! You can get ready for your wedding, have the ceremony, AND the reception all in one location! Always makes for a less hectic day and if you can, I highly advise future brides to go this route. ;-)
Caitlin & Jason's wedding was full of adorable smiles, and thoughtful little details!
Here we go!
Ceremony time! Luscious greenery!
Clearly I said something humorous below. Wish I could remember what it was!!
Bride & groom time!
A unique room to be sure. How about those table "numbers"?! So fun!
Here's the final blog from Sarah & Jim's wedding! Featuring the magnificent Glen Magna Farms of Danvers! It's a lovely historical property nestled in the middle of the woods. The inside of the home is filled with vintage details for your guests to feast their eyes on as they enjoy their cocktails. Outside they have a tented area for bigger receptions. Sarah & Jim filled it with beautiful chandeliers and delicate florals! Love - love - love!!
The main house.
Such a beautiful tree! We had fun dodging the rain and getting some group images underneath.
Such beautiful tent decor. Chic!!
Aaaand here's just a little dancing!
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This photographer was in detail heaven for Sarah & Jim's wedding! You've already seen a few of Sarah & Jim's images at Lynch Park here - but here's the rest of their morning! I just adore the bright colored dresses and flowers! I also adore how laid back and kind this bride and groom are!
Please pay special attention to the shoes above. First of all because they are fabulously chic, but most of all because the BRIDE HAND BEADED them!! See all those delicious sparkly gems? Sarah hand places each and every single one. How's that for DIY? Some of my other brides might want a tutorial!
Off we go to Lynch Park! Having grown up on the North Shore of Boston -- this location is near and dear to my heart. I remember playing flashlight tag with my friends in high-school, and spending lazy days on the beach with my sister. It's also the spot where I hung out with my husband for one of the very first times before we were dating. We played frisbee with friends!
It was a beautiful day, and as you might know from reading my previous blog, the storm clouds were rolling in fast and furious!
Thanks to Maura Kate Moore for joining me as my second shooter for the day and capturing a few of the images above! Stay tuned for their reception images at Glen Magna in Danvers.
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