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!