What a wonderful day it was when Meg and Jesse said their "I Do's"
The wedding was held at the Bride's parents home in East Harwich MA. I have to say I was a little concerned, weather-wise, the day did NOT start well, with pouring rain. Fortunately the tents were erected several days earlier, so the lawn wasn't swampy and even with the cloudy skies early on in the day, the abundant Sunflowers brought the sunshine!
What I loved most about this celebration, above and beyond just how awesome the couple was, was the painstaking lengths they went to to personalize the wedding, As I mentioned, the wedding was at the Bride's family home, The favors included Red Pepper Jelly, made by the groom's mother, owner of Heather's Hearth LLC, the Cider came from Carlson Orchards in Harvard MA, where the father of the groom works. The groom, who also happens to be the man behind Marsolais Press and Lettercarving crafted all of the paper ephemera, from the invitations, to the place cards, to the labels on the jelly and cider. The bride painstakingly created the cute little place card boxes, after making the paper they were made with - that's a lot of origami! Everything reflected how incredibly creative these two people are, and it was such a lovely event!
The wedding was catered with a buffet from Whites Catering, and in lieu of cake, guests were invited to make their own ice cream sundae, with ice cream from Sundae School!
Despite a rainy morning the sun came out in time for the ceremony, and a great time was had by all, of the many pictures I took, I think 75% involved hugs - that's a good wedding!