Martha's Vineyard Wedding at The Duck Inn
January 13, 2014
New England
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This wedding looks like soooo much fun.  Like one of those weddings where friends and family members are having an absolute blast, and love is seriously bursting from every image.  It's the kind of day you totally dream about having AND want each of your friends to have, too... it's just that awesome.  See just what I mean in the full gallery captured by Veronica Lola Photography... and prepare to fall in love.
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From Veronica Lola Photography... This stunning Martha’s Vineyard wedding is what I dream of. I was so excited because we had similar visions and tastes and I knew we were a perfect fit. This radiant couple had Shawn and I head over heels in love with them towards the end of the night. From their hilarious escort cards (a silly Polaroid of each guest) to their bottle of Jameson and carafe of pickle juice on each table to their beautiful wildflowers in tins, I was in my heaven. We loved how there were so many personal touches that meant so much to them as a couple. It makes me really adore and appreciate what I’m shooting, and I also really get to know my bride & groom.

Even with the rain, Jessica and her vintage lace dress were jaw-dropping. Their guests danced under the stars and enjoyed a traditional New England lobster bake. Perfection.

From the Bride... Glenn proposed on the day we baptized Hays. We had a small group of family and friends in to share the day. At the party afterwards he shocked me by getting down on one knee. I wasn’t expecting it. Furthermore when he opened the box I saw that the ring was from a designer in London I had fallen in love with years ago. As a single girl on a vacation in London, I went to the Malcolm Betts flagship store and tried on rings with the designer. I picked out my favorite and saved the id number on a business card. Six years later I am staring at the ring on my hand. I later found out that Glenn found the card, contacted Malcolm, the ring had sold, and they recreated it from scratch. It was so thoughtful and special.