Here are the only photo teasers that I got from the wedding photographer, Eric Limón. I am so excited to see the rest! The first is a photo of a framed drawing that Kristin had done when she was a young girl. The other two are of the picturesque wedding ceremony.
The bride wore a stunning Melissa Sweet strapless dress, and carried a simple bouquet of white mini calla lilies. The bridesmaids wore chocolate dresses, with bouquets of long-stemmed white calla lilies.
The color theme of the wedding was a mix of white, green, and chocolate. White organza linens draped the guest tables, which were topped with large topiaries and dozens of votive candles. A really nice personal touch on the wedding were rocks that were added on the soil of the topiaries. The rocks were picked from Duxbury Beach, where the couple got engaged, and had words written on them like love and strength. A birdcage lined with moss served as their card box, and a basket full of wrapped jordan almonds were the guest favors. Guests enjoyed swordfish piccata, garlic roasted spinach ravioli, and pan seared filet mignon with fig demi-glaze for their dinner. They were also treated to a cute car cake from Dessert Works along with a fabulous three flavor gelato station.
One thing about this wedding was that everyone there was ready to party, and it showed! Guests were on the dance floor even before bridal party introductions began. When dinner started and plated salads were being served, guests packed the dance floor and didn't even need to eat first before partying the night away. Everyone was having so much fun, that the newlyweds asked their 10-piece band, Soul City, to play for an extra 45 minutes until midnight because they didn't want their night to end. Here are some photos that I captured on the night of the wedding, with the first being a tree that guests walked under before reaching the reception tent.
Kristin and Andy, it was a pleasure working with you both, and such a honor to be part of your wedding. We wish you all the best in your future together!