Classic, thoughtful, romantic.
Three words to describe the wedding of Amelia & Bob.
The bridesmaids came in their black dresses, ready to help Amelia with whatever she needed. The girls received handmade necklaces from the beautiful bride, and they all put them on for the event. When her dress came out of the bag… my jaw hit the floor. I’ve never been so awestruck from a wedding dress before. It was magical. And I love it more than anything in this world!
The ceremony was held on the green, a perfectly warm and overcast day. Amelia’s parents walked her down the aisle, but the parents of the couple weren’t forgotten just yet - the mothers were presented with flowers by the bride & groom, and they were just so elated and surprised; it was a beautiful moment.
Multiple kisses later, and with the warm support of all their family and friends, the two were finally announced as husband and wife.
The location was simply stunning - I had been eyeing the reeds at the base of the pond all afternoon, and after all the family & bridal party portraits, I snuck off with the two of them and got shots I couldn’t even imagine in my dreams.
The dinner was lovely inside the ballroom, and from toasts to dancing, everyone seemed to have an amazing time.
Amelia & Robert, I so much enjoyed being there on your day. There was so much love everywhere, and I wish you both nothing but happiness and joy in all your years growing old together.
Thank you to the vendors!
Venue: Butternut Farm Golf Club
Catering: Butternut Farm Golf Club
Florist: English Garden Florists in Southborough, MA
DJ: Big Rick
Cake & Cupcakes: Gerardo’s Italian Bakery in West Boylston, MA