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Rhianna & Dan were married on a hot summer day in July at the Rye Tavern in Plymouth. We started the day with them at the Mirbeau Inn, a new French-style boutique hotel in the area – so pretty! Everyone got ready there, and we did Rhianna & Dan’s first look in the beautiful gardens on the property. Rhianna was feeling a little nervous leading up the the first look, so once she saw Dan, she shed a few happy tears and felt so much better! It’s always nice to see how much more relaxed people get when they finally get to their person 🙂 After the first look, we all headed over to the Rye Tavern for some more photos before the ceremony. Did we mention it was a hot day? Like, really hot. But everyone was amazing, we took little breaks in the air conditioned tent, and all got through it together! We spent the majority of time in the shade, just hanging out on the oldest road in America. How cool is that? It’s called Old Sandwich Road, and it’s still basically a large dirt path surrounded by woods, but is in use for cars. It looked really beautiful and has a great back story – can’t ask for much more! Rhianna looked perfect for the woodsy atmosphere in her sheer, flowing gown and hair in long, loose curls. Once we finished up, everyone took a minute to cool off before the ceremony on the lawn. After the I Dos, cocktail hour was held at the open outdoor bar, before moving into the tent for dinner and dancing. It was a beautiful day, and we wish the newlyweds a lifetime of happiness!

Thanks and congrats to Rhianna & Dan!

Shauna & Mike were married on a stormy summer day at the end of June. We started our day as they each got ready with their friends and family – Shuana at her parents’ house in Quincy, and Mike at their newly purchased home only a few minutes away. Once everyone was ready, it was off to the ceremony at a nearby church, before heading up the hill to Granite Links. The views from Granite Links are amazing, and as we approached the top we could see black clouds forming over the city. We raced to get started with photos, as we could actually see it raining in the distance. The approaching rain gave us that strange, beautiful stormy light, so Shauna & Mike really popped out against the dramatic background provided by mother nature. Even as lightening struck in the background, we stayed dry, and even had time to make it down to the ruins to finish up with some alone time with the bride and groom. And just as we finished up, got Shauna & Mike inside, and cocktail hour started – it started dumping rain, really pouring. We got so lucky! And everyone was safely at cocktail hour inside the tent by then, so it couldn’t have happened at a better time. It was one of those quick, hard summer rains, that couldn’t have lasted more than 15 minutes, and then the rest of the evening was beautiful. Everyone was able to mingle outside the tent throughout the whole reception, and we were treated to an amazing after storm sunset. Shauna & Mike had a perfect day, and now they also share an anniversary with us 🙂 It’s a great day to get married, and we hope you enjoy many happy anniversaries!

Thanks and congrats to Shauna & Mike!

Kim and Brad’s big day at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, RI was stunning from beginning to end. We started the day with them at the respective houses the had rented to get ready, which were both beautiful and filled with natural light. They kept their bridal party small, with Kim’s sister serving as her maid of honor and Brad’s brother as his best man, and they got ready surrounded by their immediate families. Once they were ready, we headed over to Mount Hope Farm for photos before the ceremony. As we arrived, dark clouds were approaching, and a quick downpour moved through just as we were getting started. It was just enough to get a few cute photos with umbrellas, and then it passed! Once it stopped, the light was glowy and perfect, and we were able to use so many beautiful locations on the property. We made our way down to the Cove Cabin, where the ceremony would be held on the waterfront. As guests were arriving, the wind started up again and we could actually see it raining on the other side of the water. But it calmed down just in time for Kim to walk down the aisle, and the rain stayed out in the distance. It was a beautiful ceremony, with Kim’s veil blowing in the breeze and friends and family looking on. After they sealed it with a kiss, everyone moved over to the Cabin for cocktail hour with waterfront views, before heading into the tent for the reception. The tent looked gorgeous, with bright, seasonal centerpieces from The Local Bouquet. All the details of the day were classic and beautiful, and perfect for the gorgeous waterfront venue. Kim and Brad were introduced and had their first dance as husband and wife, before being toasted by their family and spending the rest of the night celebrating on the dance floor. It was the perfect summer wedding, and we were so happy to be there!

Thanks and congrats to Kim & Brad!

Maureen & Scott were married on a perfect Saturday in June at MIT in Cambridge. We started the day with them at their nearby hotel, where the emotions were in full swing right from the beginning, as they read each other’s cards – Maureen & Scott and their families are from the Midwest, and are truly some of the nicest people you’d want to meet. I guess what the say about Midwesterners is true! They were excited to have all of their friends and family in town to see this beautiful city that they now call home. And they couldn’t have had a more gorgeous weekend to show it off. After a First Look on the hotel’s roof, we headed over to the MIT sailing pavilion, right on the Charles with a gorgeous view of the skyline and sail boats dotting the water. Maureen was one of the most animated, happiest brides we’ve ever seen, so she and Scott kept each other smiling all day long. Between that, the perfect day and gorgeous views, we couldn’t have asked for more! After the sailing pavilion, we crossed the street and hit up a few more locations on our walk to the MIT Chapel, including the steps of Walker Memorial Hall where the reception would be held later, Killian Court and MIT’s famed Number Man sculpture. There are so many great spots on MIT’s campus, we’re glad we had the time to use so many! As we got to the chapel, guests were starting to arrive and the ceremony was about to get underway. The chapel on campus is a very cool building, rounded on the outside, with a small marble alter inside in front of a hanging installation of reflective metal that looks like a waterfall. Not a bad place to tie the knot! Maureen & Scott kept their family involved in the ceremony, inviting their parents to stand and be acknowledged, and having their siblings come up and share in the signing of a covenant. It was a beautiful ceremony, followed by the guests and the new Mr. & Mrs. making their way back out into the sunshine and down the street to the reception at Walker. Cocktail hour was awaiting them, with yard games on the lawn and views of the city through the trees. Once inside, the bride and groom were toasted by their parents and friends, before treating everyone to an amazing buffet of food inspired by their travels. They spent the rest of the night tearing up the dance floor, and celebrating with friends from near and far. We loved meeting and getting to know these two, and were thrilled to spend their big day with them!

Thanks and congrats to Maureen & Scott!

Kara & Mike were married at the Red Lion Inn on a beautiful day in early June. Everyone got ready right there at the Inn, so we arrived to the girls finishing up hair and makeup before we popped champagne, and the guys hanging out on the big wrap around porch downstairs. The Red Lion is a great place for everyone to have their own space to get ready, and still stay totally separated! Once everyone was ready, Kara & Mike had their First Look in one of the beautiful garden paths before the bridal party joined us for photos. It was a bright, sunny day, and everyone was glowing – the girls were in pink and the guys in grey suits, which is always such a pretty combination for a summer wedding! After we finished up photos, Kara & Mike had a ketubah signing before the ceremony in the barn, where they were married by a friend. Once they said I Do, everyone moved outside for cocktail hour, and you couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful summer evening! Soon afterwards, Kara & Mike were introduced to their guests as the new Mr. & Mrs., and took the floor for their first dance as husband and wife. After a few toasts from family, the dance floor filled up and they partied the rest of the night away!

Thanks and congrats to Kara & Mike!

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