I had the honor of doing Judy and Peter's Wedding in June. I had known Judy from working together and was excited to meet her family and Fiancé. Once I arrived to take the getting ready photos I was immediately given a warm welcome from her family and friends. While the ladies were finishing their last touches I went over to a garden to meet the groom and his groomsmen. While I took their photos they made me laugh with all their jokes and fun ideas. When I was done with the bridal party I shooed them away for the private "first look" between Judy and Peter. I love doing the "first look" before the ceremony because it gives the couple a few minutes before the ceremony to share a few intimate moments. This ceremony was especially touching because Judy's father was not only giving her away but was also doing the ceremony at the church Judy and Peter both met at. I am a Daddy's girl and always adore the father and daughter moments right before he walks her down the aisle. Judy and Peter's ceremony was full of many touching moments and was followed by a muffin reception. The reception took place at the Squantum Yacht Club in Quincy, MA. If you have never been I suggest you do because it is a stunning location. Judy and Peter's Wedding was very lovely and both their families were very welcoming.
The location of their reception was breathtaking and right by the water. Peter's vest looked awesome next to the beach.
Family is a very important part of everyone's lives especially on a wedding day, when two families become one.
I loved how great their wedding colors of Navy and Tan looked so good together. The bridal party were a fun group that were wiling to do many different photos and had some great suggestions.
Both the bride and groom looked ravishing on their wedding day and you could tell how happy they were.
Just look at how yummy these muffins were! I loved how they had many sentimental photos around the venue.
The church was very calming on the inside and the garden we used was as equally breathtaking.
I am in love with cupcakes! I was very excited to see that Judy and Peter had both cupcakes and a cake to cut into. The fun part about the deep blue frosting is it dyed many tongues and many silly memories were made from it.
The details in wedding rings always fascinate me because they represent the individuality of the person wearing them while also signifying the union of the couple.
I hope everyone has a wonderful night!