after an amazing honeymoon to the dominican republic we are back! it was a great trip but so good to be home and now back in the office busy catching up on editing and getting everything ready for the holidays!
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to Punta Cana for our honeymoon!!!!
I will be out of the office until December 3rd. Have a most wonderful week and stay tuned for I will be busy catching up on blogging all the amazing fall weddings we had as well as details of our trip!!!
A few weeks into being married and I have to say it really is the best feeling in the whole world! Everyone keeps asking me if it feels different, to which I answer “yes and no”. Since we lived together for about a year before the wedding everyday life is pretty much the same (with the exception of having some really amazing new kitchen gadgets to cook with!)
We got married because we have a love that was time to commit to marriage, what does feel different is the new responsibility of having and building a marriage that will maintain that love.
Getting married comes with getting a lot of advice and I have tried to take in every little tidbit that comes my way. So far the two pieces of advice that have had the most impact is first, marriage is the hardest work you will ever do and it is SO worth it. The second reoccurring theme is to never stop dating. Sounds so simple, but I am understanding that over time it is these little things that can really add up to make all the difference.
Last weekend we had a simple Sunday afternoon date at Carters Mountain Orchard. Nothing fancy, just a quick yet memorable trip up to the mountain to enjoy the view on a most beautiful fall day.
Any great marriage advice you have? Please share!
After many years of being in this industry I finally had the opportunity to be on the other side of the camera this past weekend when I married the love of my life! We were beyond fortunate to be surrounded with so many friends and family on the most beautiful day we could have dreamed. While we worked so hard to make this day special I could not have done it without the help of some of the most amazing, gracious, and talented vendors in the industry. Not only were these our incredible vendors but am lucky enough to call them my friends and a huge huge huge huge thank you to all of the following…
Venue: Fat Cat Farm
Florist and Decor Designer: Beehive Events, Shawn Cossette
Photography: Jen Fariello
Event Planning: Just a Little Ditty, Dickie Morris
Bridesmaids Jewelry: Erin McDermott
Cake: Maliha Creations, Anita Gupta
Catering: BBQ Exchange, Jaclyn Conlogue
Officient: Claire Goodman
Rentals: Stonegate Event Rentals, Ben Morris
Ring Designer: Tavia Metal
Invitations: Good Press, Katie Sale
Calligraphy: If So Inclined, Jen Maton
Hair and Make up: Jeanne Cusick
Ceremony Vocalist: Heather Hightower
Quartet: Plum Blossom String Quartet
Purse: Ditty Bag, Dickie Morris of Just a Little Ditty
Evening entertainment: Casino2U, Dave Cain
Dress Alterations: Rose Valentino
Save the Dates: Rock Paper Scissors
Sunday Morning Brunch: Boylan Heights
On Location Massage for Bridal Party: Eric Neff
Lunch Spread and Lemonade Stand Goodies: A Pimento Catering, Gay Berry
Rehearsal Dinner: Tempo
Every single one of these amazing people listed above truly went above and beyond to make our day beyond our wildest dreams. Thank you all, words can’t even begin to express our gratitude.
For those of you who know me well you know I am a sucker for a good DIY project and I took on quite a few for the wedding! At some points I really didn’t know how I was going to get through the mound of ideas I managed to dream up and the truth is I would have never been able to get it all done, make it all happen and pull it all together without the help of my parents! My mom who went over and above helping search for the perfect resource, fine tune ideas, help with quite a few sewing projects, hand knit the bridesmaids gifts, and even stay up till wee hours of the morning cross stitching some amazing fine details! My dad was a total superhero…mom and I would come up with an idea and he would build it. Literally. He made benches for the ceremony, cornhole games, a lemonade stand, the cake stand, the list goes on…
Photo credit: Jen Fariello