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Live, Love, Laugh- Part 3

And now for the Grand Finale, part 3 of Jen & Steve’s beautiful Lord Thompson Manor wedding. After the church, after the dive bar, after the formal portraits, Jen & Steve celebrated their reception in style on the grounds of this gorgeous estate. They had some time to enjoy cocktail hour and toasts and finished that part of the evening with a magical balloon release. Dinner, dancing, cake, and even singing closed out the night. Enjoy the photos here, then pop over to Style Me Pretty to see even more of their unique ideas and inspiration.

And a special thanks to all of the professionals who helped make everything absolutely perfect for our happy couple:

Ceremony: Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Webster, Massachusetts / Reception: Lord Thompson Manor in Thompson, Connecticut / Floral Design: Lord Thompson Manor / Event Design: The Bride + Lord Thompson Manor / Wedding Invitations: Pickett’s Press / Save-the-Dates: Swiss Cottage Designs / Band: Chris Gillespie / Wedding Dress: Pronovias / Hair + Makeup: Priscilla of Kiss Spa / Groom’s Tuxedo: Custom by Doyle + Mueser

Such a magical day. Extra special congrats to Jen and Steve. And if you want more, check out the PicFlick of this amazing Lord Thompson Manor wedding.


Live, Love, Laugh- Part 2

Jen and Steve’s destination wedding in Thompson, CT kicked off in style with Steve getting ready at the Estate and Jen at the Spa. They met up for their first look when she walked down the aisle in a gorgeous New England church, surrounded by family and friends.

Jen was glowing on the arm of her dad. And even he couldn’t keep his eyes of his stunning daughter.

You can definitely see Steve taking it all in.

Love the beauty of the Sacred Heart Parish. It feels like a place of joy.

The minister had Jen and Steve come down into the pews for the exchange of the rings. I’ve never seen this before but it ended up being really cool. Dave and the guests were right in the thick of it.

A quick silhouette portrait following the ceremony.

I do believe a promised a dive bar. And so hear you have it. On the way from the ceremony to the reception at the LTM, Jen and Steve planned a surprise stop at this little whole in the wall bar. Her bridal party had no idea and were treated to drinks with locals. Such fun was had by our crew and those already present at the bar.

Just outside the bar, we found a bit of romance and fun.

Dave set up this editorial shot. When he thinks like a groom, this is how he feels, I guess.


At the manor we had time for portraits around the grounds. If you have ever visited, you know how beautiful the estate is. The photo locations are endless, each one more picturesque than the last.

After these quiet moments in this enchanted forest behind the estate, we all headed back for the reception, which included among other special moments, a balloon release. Really all around amazing so be on the look out for more.

Or if you just can’t wait, check out their feature in Style Me Pretty Massachusetts and their destination wedding slideshow.


Live, Love, Laugh- Part 1

A destination wedding in Connecticut would not be ideal for many brides and grooms, but for Jen and Steve it was truly the prefect spot for their fairy tale wedding. First, they found the Lord Thompson Manor, and I think almost everyone would agree the LTM is absolutely one of the most picturesque estates around. Definitely worth the trip from NYC to the northwest corner of CT. And once there, the amenities are fantastic, Jackie and her team take such good care of the bride and groom and their guests. For a weekend away, but not too far away, it is the perfect backdrop. Then of course, they also found a great church and a great dive bar- all in all, the perfect mix of beauty, romance and fun. A place where they could Live, Love, and Laugh.

So on the wedding day, we split up. Dave got to hang with the boys at the main estate, while I photographed the girls getting ready at the KISS spa, just down the road.

So first the boys. Steve is so very handsome. And I totally think this photo Dave took of him could be a magazine cover or an ad (funny that he works in advertising) or maybe even a James Bond poster.

An artistic view.

And a documentary moment of the boys’ getting ready.

This ring shot, created by Dave, was inspired by one of their themes for the day.

The girls getting ready took a bit more time. So I was able to focus on more of the photojournalistic moments.

And create a ring shot of my own- with just the engagement ring in the spa.

Loving the bridesmaid gifts (as did they)- jewelry with a message.

Jen has such an awesome sense of style. Bling-y shoes need an appropriately sparkly place to hang out.

So beautiful and not even done yet.

Getting a little help from the Father of the Bride.

The veil always makes such a difference.

More help from dad, and a couple of cutie patootie flower girls.

On her way.

Along the way, there was lots of laughter, and yes, a few tears.

And just a hint of what is up next… ceremony in a beautiful church still to come.

And more…. that dive bar I mentioned, romantic portraits, and a kick-ass party.

Don’t want to wait? You can get the scoop from Jen & Steve as well as see tons more photos on Style Me Pretty.



Destination Inspiration

When planning a destination wedding, it can be a challenge to bring all of the ideas you have together. With a unique location, inspiration is not the problem, but rather logistical details. Cassie and Dan had a beautiful vision for their wedding and selected the right team of people to bring it all together. Everything went off without a hitch, a pefect celebration on their much loved Martha’s Vineyard.

The pros:

Church: Old Whaling Church, Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard/ Reception: Dr. Daniel Fisher House, Edgartown, MV / After party venue: The Boathouse, Edgartown, MA / Getting ready location: The Wheel House at the Kelley House / Event Planning: Judy Murray of MV Event Planning / Bride’s hair and makeup: Sea Spa, Edgartown / Cake: Kim Garrison, Something Sweet / Wedding Gown: Priscilla of Boston, Boston, Mass / Bridesmaids’ Dresses:  Dessy Lela Rose Collection / Groom’s attire: Raymond Personal Tailor / Floral & Event Design: Donaroma’s Nursery / Entertainment (ceremony): Eric Johnson / Entertainment (reception): Jon Bates Band and John Alaimo, pianist / Wedding invitations: Goosefish Press, Boston, MA / Save the Dates: Vera Wang / Rehearsal dinner invites: Wedding Paper Divas

Getting ready- Dan at Cassie’s family home and Cassie at her hotel- offered an opportunity to capture details that set the tone for the day.

The letterpress invitations with island details and their unique wedding bands.

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This gorgeous white blossom on Cassie’s dress.

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And her rustic elegant purple bouquet.

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At the family home, little touches like this windchime created a whimsical feel.

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The groomsmen’s dress shirts ready and waiting.

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All decked out, our groom with his purple rose boutonniere.

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At the Old Whaling Church, guests were welcome by this Scottish bag piper.

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And the interior was decked out in shades of purple flowers.

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A view of the steeple.

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And the tent at dusk on the lawn between the church and the Dr. Daniel Fisher House.

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Inside, the reception details were ready and gorgeous. I adore this cake with it’s oversized purple flower.

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Multiple centerpieces in shades of pink and purples.

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Each table named after a favorite MV location.

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Favors for the guests- olive oil and a scented candle.

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Cocktail tables on the patio of the house were decorated with smaller arrangements.

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The party kicked off by the band.

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A scrumption dessert bar.

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Ending the reception with a sparkler send off.

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A beautiful celebration with rustic elegance and whimsy inspired by the island, envisioned by Cassie and Dan, and executed by an amazing team of professionals.

More from Cassie and Dan’s wedding? Check out their Fenway Park e-session, their Chappy Rehearsal Dinner, their Old Whaling Church ceremony, their Daniel Fisher House reception, their Edgartown Boathouse after party and their destination wedding slideshow.


Party All Night Long

Cassie and Dan’s after party was completely in keeping with the spirit of their destination wedding weekend. It allowed for a more relaxed time to celebrate with their guests who had traveled to Martha’s Vineyard for their wedding. They chose the Edgartown Boathouse and hired out the upstairs so they could spread out and enjoy. The party (with an appropriate boating theme) included more fantastic food and drink, great views, and lots and lots of dancing.

Kicking off the after party with sparklers to send the bride and groom off from the wedding reception, followed by a lovely walk down main street before Cassie went back to her hotel room to change into a party frock.

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And a taste of what it felt like in the club. Boating decor abounded.

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Sliders=perfect midnight snack.

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Fun and games and dancing and more dancing.

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And we popped out for a quick photo under the moonlight to end the evening.

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I can’t imagine a more perfect celebration weekend for Cassie and Dan. Sunday concluded the festivities with a brunch; we were lucky enough to attend as guests and really enjoyed spending more time with their families and friends- such a fantastic crew of people.

So if you want to see the whole suite of photos together. Check out their Fenway Park e-session, their Chappy Rehearsal Dinner, their Old Whaling Church ceremony, their Daniel Fisher House reception and their destination wedding slideshow.


Chappy Rehearsal Dinner

When you have a destination wedding, as Cassie and Dan did, the rehearsal dinner becomes a true extension of the wedding celebration. For these two, it was about sharing what they love most about Martha’s Vineyard. They wanted a quintessential island feel and chose the Chappy Beach Club as the setting. In addition to a great selection of food (from raw oysters to ice cream by the scoop), they asked guests to come in their best Vineyard attire. And they even showcased old world sailors’ songs to get the guests really enthused. It was a fabulous evening all around.

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marthas-vineyard-rehearsal-dinner-chappy chappaquiddick sunset from beach club

marthas-vineyard-rehearsal-dinner-chappy- ending the evening with cigars

If you want more from this amazing wedding weekend, check out their destination wedding slideshow and the stories on the blog (1 and 2). And don’t miss out on their Fenway Park engagement session.

Still to come, the after party.


Magical Night for Ayesha + Jon

You really can’t go wrong when you get married at a Castle. So when Ayesha and Jon chose Searles for their backdrop, they knew they had found the perfect spot to celebrate their wedding ceremony and their reception.

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The ceremony was held on the lawn to the left of the castle. Well actually the ceremony was held on the castle wall and the guests were seated on the lawn. They blended Ayesha’s South Asian traditions with Jon’s Christian ones, bringing together their two cultures in a beautiful way.

The bridesmaids entered first.

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Followed by two of Ayesha and Jon’s adorable neices and nephews as flower girl and ring bearer. And then followed by Ayesha and her dad.

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Especially love this shade of red accentuated by the creamy roses.

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Groomsman watching the proceedings.

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And back to the ceremony. Ayesha’s dad ties she and Jon (hidden behind her dad in this image) together. Love her dad’s quiet smile and her huge one!

searles-castle-wedding-nh-indian-christian-reception-7 father of the bride ties the knot on bride and groom hands in indian tradition

Jon’s mom offers her own blessing. More wonderful smiles. Jon looks so happy and proud. And his mom his radiant.

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A reading.

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Jon puts Ayesha’s ring on her finger.

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Sweet kiss.

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And celebration.

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After the ceremony, Ayesha changed into her western wedding dress. Jon got to see her for the first time, again.

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After a few portraits and a little time alone, they joined their guests in the tent for their first dance.

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A speech by Ayesha’s best brides’ man.

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And because they met at Ohio State and had their fabulous peers at the wedding. We had to do at least one photo for their alma mater.

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With such a beautiful setting and a lovely evening, we had to take advantage for one night photograph in front of the castle. Fortunately, Ayesha and Jon were very happy to oblige. I guess the kiss didn’t hurt our cause.


Such a great day and evening, filled with joy and color and magic. What else would you expect at a castle!

Special thanks to Ayesha and Jon for including us in your festivities. And to all of the pros who helped to make their day wonderful…

Ceremony and Reception Venue: Shaun and Scott from Searles Castle / Officiants: Sri Lankan Ceremony – Mr. Bogamuwa, Exchange of Vows – John Morse / Caterer: Shaun and Scott from Searles Castle / Cake: Jani from Jacques Pastries / Ceremony Floral Design: Susanne from Susanne’s Weddings / Lighting Design: Boston Uplights / Ceremony Musicians and Band/DJ: Chris D from NuImage Entertainment / Hair & Makeup: Brandon and Karla from Brandon Keith Salon / Bride & Bridesmaids Sarees brought in from overseas / Groom and Groomsmen’s Tuxedos: Lindsay from Men’s Wearhouse / Save the Dates: Wedding Paper Divas

If you would like to see more from Ayesha and Jon’s South Asian wedding, check out their Searles Castle Wedding sneak peek and their dog-friendly engagment session.

Cassie & Dan: Destination Home, Part 2

Cassie and Dan’s hometown destination wedding on Martha’s Vineyard was truly picture perfect. From the Chappy rehearsal dinner (photos to come) to the wedding day to the Sunday brunch, Edgartown’s waterviews, white washed buildings and picket fences, and amazing skies provided a gorgeous backdrop for their celebration.

Picking up after the ceremony with a view of the Old Whaling Church, and our happy couple now as husband and wife.

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A few portraits around the Daniel Fisher Estate before joining the guests in the tented reception.


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First dance.

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I don’t blame Cassie’s mom one bit. I felt it too.

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Toasts by the Best Man and Cassie’s sisters. There were tears and…

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laughter. Actually lots and lots of laughter.

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Celebrating with our groom.

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Dancing with her dad.

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Dan with his mom. So sweet.

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Observing and remembering.

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The dancing got underway and this crew definitely knew how to have a good time.

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The send off began with a group familial hug. Such joy and love!

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And continued with sparklers and cheers.

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How could you not be smiling after seeing this gorgeous day? And yet, if you want more smiles, you will have to come back because the after party was an absolute blast too.

In the meantime, check out their engagement session at Fenway Park and the getting ready and ceremony on Martha’s Vineyard for more fun photos.

Cassie & Dan: Destination Home

For Cassie and Dan’s wedding, location was everything. And rarely is the setting of the wedding so personal and meaningful, especially when it is a destination wedding. You see, Dan is from Martha’s Vineyard and Cassie’s family has a place on the island, so they have both basically grown up on its beaches. Of course, they also met there. Though they now live in Boston, their ties to this beautiful place are deep and unbreakable. It was truly the perfect location for their wedding. And now a peek at their magical day…

Dan got ready at Cassie’s parents’ house with the rest of the groomsmen, and their two pups. Tank smiles for the camera with Dan prepping in the background.

marthas-vineyard-wedding-edgartown-old-whaling-church- english bull dog part of the groom's getting ready party

Cassie and her girls were at a hotel in town. The place had that special beach house quality to it. So when her flowers arrived, I thought it would be perfect to use the surroundings to show them off. Love the whimsy in her bouquet.

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Upstairs the ladies prepped and primped.

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Cassie checking our her hair and make-up.

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The ladies hopped on board the trolley to go see the guys and do a couple of portraits. One of the most beautiful locations for a first look ever.


He’s already smiling and he hasn’t even seen her yet.

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And then his smile gets even bigger.

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Loving everything about this spot. All the way down to the grasses.

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Everyone hopped back on the trolley to go to the Old Whaling Church, where they would celebrate their wedding. The views were beautiful. Loving the beach umbrella in this image.

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More sweetness from our couple.

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Just before they make their way onto the stage.

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Cassie with her dad… two perspectives.

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Such a pretty spot. Absolutely fits with the look and feel of Edgartown.

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Happily married!

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So this is just the beginning, because I have so much more to share from Cassie and Dan’s beautiful wedding- the reception at the Dr. Daniel Fisher House, the after-party in a private club by the water, and even the rehearsal dinner on Chappy. Check back soon.

Ayesha + Jon at Searles Castle

From our engagement session, I already knew a bit about how Ayesha and Jon were as a couple, and as parents to their pup Lucy. They are easy-going and each has a calming presence, but they also like to play and laugh. They are generally just really nice to be around. On their wedding day, we got to see another side of them. They were all of those things and more; they were gracious, warm hosts and even took care of us (totally not necessary but very much appreciated).

The day was hot, really steamy kind of hot, but night came and brought a bit of relief. Fortunately they also chose an absolutely gorgeous venue, which lifted sticky spirits and added to the whimsy and romance of the day.

We started with Ayesha as she was getting ready at the hotel. I had my first chance to see a woman dressed in a Sari. For South Asian brides (Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc), this is the customary wedding attire. Can I just say- it is one stunning dress! Oh and it takes about 20-30 minutes to put on with the help of a professional.

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Ayesha’s bridesmaids also got to wear these beautiful garments, though modified so they were a bit easier to put on.

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The boys had it easy- tuxes. Still they look awfully good on this crew.

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I especially love the contrast and vibrancy of the reds.

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Having chosen to see each other before the ceremony, Ayesha and Jon had their first look amongst the castle walls.

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Big smile from Jon when Ayesha told him he could turn around and see her.

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Equally huge smile from Ayesha.

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The girls hanging and enjoying the day.

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I love the way these two hold hands, so sweet.

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Yup, pretty stunning here.

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Too bad, ladies, he’s taken.

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Melts my heart.

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We went back up to the main house to get ready for the ceremony. The light was beautiful and so was our bride.

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A quiet moment before things really get underway.


More to come from the outdoor ceremony and the tented reception.

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