Among the many things I am thankful for, it’s for people believing in me. Trusting me. All my brides who took a chance on me this year without knowing fully what I was capable of – and for that, I will be forever grateful to you. I will always hold a special place in my heart for you all.
Bridget and I used to work together. She was always happy and upbeat and very quick to laugh, and mind you, not a half-hearted laugh, it was a full-on, throw your head back, wide-open smile, kind of laugh. She pretty much already had a special place with me anyway, I guess it just takes up more room now. ;) Their wedding was so perfect; it’s always great to witness the marriage of two people you know are meant to be together. It was the kind of wedding where the love was felt all around, by all the friends and family. It truly was an amazing wedding, and again, I’m beyond thankful to have been a part of it.
I couldn’t love a Sperry tent any more than I do.
Props to Jenna Perrette who made all these adorable desserts!
And the AMAZINGLY talented Sue Chessia of Scituate for the bouquets.
Beautiful seaglass jewelry by Kieli Storm that Bridget had Kieli make just for her MOH Liz.
a little excited to be in your dress? YAY!
this is the laugh i was describing above. i wish this picture had sound, so you could hear how awesome her very contagious laugh is :)
stop it right now. love it.
doesn’t Bridget look SO gorgeous and incredibly happy?
some dog love…
so a couple of innocent bystanders had just come from Heritage Days down the harbor. they had this sign. i was all “hey! can i borrow that sign?” and they just laughed and kept walking. i’m all “no… um… seriously… can i borrow the sign?” still nothing. i may have then repeated the question with a little more conviction… then they were like “OH! you’re really serious!!” i’m like – “YES!!!!!” i think it was worth it. so cute!!!!
so, Bridget being the awesome queen of details wanted a cool car. she didn’t have one 3 days before the wedding. then she drove by a house with this car in the driveway. not only was this man’s response, “SURE” but the super-nice man also offered to be their chauffeur. i mean, really, could he be any nicer? he was awesome.
this just makes me happy for numerous reasons. i heart American flags, cedar-shingled houses, croquet, expansive lawns, kisses on the forehead and Bridget & Andy. it’s just picture-perfection.
did i mention the details? SO GOOD!
when i saw the dingy, i remembered a Facebook post from Bridget a while back “Anyone have an old dingy i can borrow?” that’s resourceful!!!
and please note the fake registration # on the vessel… detail perfection.
Catering by Lavishly Dunn was super, super yummy.
because the amazingness of this wedding was non-stop, it just so happens that Bridget’s neighbors have a Widow’s Walk. I mean, c’mon. craziness.
Bridge waving to her guests down below. DIED when she did this.
this is sort of like where’s waldo – can you find me below? this is the old Talbot’s crew – representin’
I hope you love these images as much as I do. I was literally on a high for days at how happy I was – both for being a part of Bridget’s day, and bubbling over with excitement over what was inside my camera. Thank you again, Bridget & Andy, for letting me share this day with you.
Tent: Sperry Tents
Cupcakes: Jenna Cakes, by Jenna Perrette, Scituate
Bride’s bouquet: Sue Chessia, Scituate