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Whimsical Cape Cod Beach Wedding

If you were to ask me, this beachside Wychmere Beach Club affair has the best of everything. From the wonderfully casual driftwood accents, to innately elegant ombre invitations, to Lilacs Juliette rose bouquets, to Lanvin clad Bride, each stunning moment capture by Melissa Robotti is New England at it’s finest. See every blush hued detail right here!

From the beautiful Bride… We knew from the beginning that we wanted to get married in Cape Cod and when we saw Wychmere Beach Club, we knew we found the perfect venue. The wedding decor was kept very simple. The venue’s modern beachy vibe did all the work for us! The windows streamed in natural light, making a simple color palette the perfect choice.

Once the venue was checked off the list, the next most challenging part was The Dress. Since I am a fashion publicist, the stakes were extremely high. After trying on seemingly every dress in New York City, I settled on a simple Lanvin dress in the most stunning lace I have ever seen. It was perfect for the beach… and loose enough for me to eat and drink all night! Paired with metallic chunky heeled sandals, I was able to dance the night away.

We were married by our Brother-in-Law Jeff, who gave a beautifully short & funny ceremony as the dark clouds came rolling over us. Thankfully the rain stayed away just long enough for us to take beautiful pictures on the beach. The weather gods were definitely on my side!

The guests headed inside to a cocktail hour featuring one of our favorite refreshing summer drinks: Cajun Lemonade. Then we all sat for a beautiful meal, ending with a “Key Lime Pie in a Glass” dessert inspired by one our favorite NYC restaurants, Flex Mussels.

The night ended with a bonfire where we all toasted marshmallows for s’mores. Guests took away homemade Limoncello and gift bags with treats from my hometown of Dayton, Ohio the groom’s hometown of Readington, New Jersey, and Cape Cod Gummy Lobsters.

In the end all of the planning & stress were worth it – it was an absolutely perfect day!

Photography: Melissa Robotti Photography | Florist: Lilacs | Wedding Dress: Lanvin | Cake: Cottage Street Bakery | Invitations: Oh Yay Design | Bridesmaids' Shoes: Zara | Shoes: Lanvin | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Amsale | Makeup: Lisa George | Hair: Kacie Corbelle | Band: Night Shift Entertainment | Groom's Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Wedding Venue: Wychmere Beach Club: A Longwood Venue | Bow Tie & Ties: J.Crew | Bride's Jacket For Bonfire: Rag & Bone | Cocktail Hour Music: Keros Entertainment | Earring And Hair Piece: Ana Khouri | Linens: BBJ La Tavola | Photo Booth: New England Photobooth | Wedding Rings: Goldsmiths

Romantic Oceanside Cape Cod Wedding

After six years of adventure, these re-connected classmates wed in what can only described as an authentic and intimately New England affair. A beautiful mélange of all things classic, this Wychmere Beach Club soiree is filled with happy tears and plenty of personality. From the laid-back, family-style, New England “Glam” bake, to their dockside first danceMelissa Robotti captured every moment here!


From the beautiful Bride… Tim and I met in first year at the University of Western Ontario, but didn’t wind up re-connecting until several years after we had graduated and were living back in Toronto. At the time, he was in medical school, and I was working in television but pursuing my degree in education to become a teacher. With one quick “add” and a cute message or two (or 100!) later, Facebook can be credited with starting something that was meant to be all along. What followed were 6 amazing years of adventure, friendship, laughter and love that brought us to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Amongst those beaches were those of Cape Cod, a place Tim and his family had been visiting every summer since he and his brother were babies. Being on the Cape, every August, quickly became our tradition too. We longed for our runs on the beach, catamaran adventures with family friends from New Jersey, dinners at The Ebb Tide, and (several) ice cream cones from the Cape Cod Creamery in South Yarmouth!

When we pictured our wedding celebrations, this was the first (and only) place that came to mind. It has always felt refreshingly familiar, charming, and comfortable to us. We knew we would love to share our love for the Cape with our most favourite people in the world. We also knew that we wanted our celebrations to be simple, authentic, organic and intimately ours: a beautiful mélange of all things classic and a little bit bohemian. As our dear friend so perfectly quoted the British scientist Richard Dawkins at our reception, “Love is both an art and a science”. This, quite serendipitously, became the overarching theme for our wedding.

Having our ceremony and reception at Wychmere Beach Club was out of a Cape Cod dream; everything from the picturesque Wychmere Harbor that served as the backdrop for our magical lawn ceremony, to the beautiful views from the Ocean Room which complemented our laid-back, family-style, New England “Glam” bake dinner. We had trolleys from Cape Destinations transport guests from their various accommodations, this was a perfect opportunity for guests to experience a tour of the area in style! As the second trolley pulled in, the misty rain stopped and we were able to keep things outside on the Hydrangea lawn. We had the pleasure of having Kathleen Geagan officiate our ceremony. We had met with Kathleen at her home the previous summer and instantly formed a beautiful connection with her. She has the warmest spirit and loveliest presence and really brought a level of intimacy to the ceremony that day that we will never forget. We chose not to have a wedding party, but instead asked each of our handsome brothers to stand with us during the ceremony. The ceremony, itself, was filled with beautiful, happy, tears and included an incredibly creative and personal poem written by one of our dear friends. He so cleverly surprised us with a mash-up of our story as told through the lyrics of some of our most favourite songs! The second surprise, one that I had coordinated for Tim, was having his grandmother read a passage from the beautiful children’s book “All the World” by Liz Garton Scanton- a book I had given him one year for his birthday. The ceremony concluded with Tim and I reading each other our personal vows and a dockside first dance to Sam Smith’s acoustic version of “Latch”.

My art teacher self really embraced the DIY projects- everything from the illustrated map of our favourite Cape spots for the French letter style invitation to the various chalkboard signage. I am so lucky to be surrounded by incredibly talented friends and family. My mom, an amazing sewer, made the burlap table runners and also created my “something blue” garter- a piece of her wedding dress lace sewed together with a baby blue ribbon.

The flower vases were ones that I had collected and purchased leading up to the wedding (most of them were on sale from Indigo!) and the beautiful flowers came from New England Gardens. A lovely group of some of my most favourite women helped me transform the flowers into a whimsical reality. We made an event out of it on the rainy Saturday! I painted the watercolour escort cards taking inspiration from a tutorial that I had seen online by Ginny Au and Holly Hollon. In an effort to do add a meaningful touch to each place setting, we put miniature glass bottles filled with Cape Cod sand and a little piece of paper inside asking guests to “make a wish” and then toss it into the ocean before leaving that weekend. This was something I had loved to do as a child and have continued to love doing well into my adult years, friends and family loved that

We were so lucky to work with the ever so talented Melissa Robotti. Her and her second photographer, Erin McGinn, were an absolute dream. What lovely women! We truly felt we had known them forever and so enjoyed, and appreciated, their creativity and willingness to take us around that afternoon to some incredibly beautiful spots in Harwich. They really captured the essence, spirit, and beauty of the day. Some of the moments captured on film are so raw that we have a hard time looking at them! I had never seen Tim cry in all of our years together. We are so grateful to the Melissa and Erin for helping us relive these incredible memories.

Photography: Melissa Robotti Photography | Floral Design: New England Gardens | Wedding Dress: Ivy And Aster | Ceremony Venue: Wychmere Beach Club: A Longwood Venue | Reception Venue: Wychmere Beach Club: A Longwood Venue | Bride's Shoes: Loeffler Randall | Hair & Makeup: Lisa George | Groom's Attire: Garrison Bespoke | Groomsmen's Attire: Club Monaco | Transportation: Cape Destinations | Groom's Shoes: Johnston & Murphy | Invitation: | Photos: Cape Cod Lavender Farm | Rentals: True North Rentals | Save The Date: Minted

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Nautical Coral + Mint Cape Cod Wedding

When these two special education teachers met six years ago, it didn’t take long before a friendship and eventual romance followed. And once the question was popped and the was date set, a wedding at the bride’s family vacation home made perfect sense. Ruth Eileen captured every momentDelicious Desserts designed the (amazing!) cake and Brighter Lights Media crafted the film you don’t want to miss.

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From the Bride… Rob and I met six years ago in New York City as special education teachers in the South Bronx. He grew up in Suffern, NY and I had just moved to the city from Santa Cruz, California. We bonded quickly during our first year of teaching and graduate school, and have been best friends ever since.

From the moment Rob proposed, I knew we would get married in Cape Cod. My family has a cottage in Wareham, Massachusetts that has been a summer vacation destination for several generations and my favorite place in the entire world. Since the beginning of our relationship, Rob and I have spent countless hours at the beach cottage, surrounded by family or enjoying a romantic getaway from our busy life in Manhattan.

When we found the Popponesset Inn, there was no need to look further for the perfect wedding venue. We wanted a romantic, nautical beach wedding, and thanks to our parents and amazing vendors, Rob and I literally had the wedding of our dreams.

Our wedding was on the evening of May 25th under a tent on the beach. The ceremony was performed by a close friend of mine and included Jewish and Christian traditions, as well as our own vows and a Fisherman’s Knot. My favorite parts of the day were the personal touches, from the interfaith ceremony to the funfetti wedding cake to the chalkboard sinage to the gilded NYC taxicabs we used for escort cards to pay homage to city where met and fell in love.

The colors we chose were mint and coral, with touches of gold, with the anchor playing a central role in our decor. Our huppah was built by my father, who incorporated our color scheme and other gorgeous details like lace and nautical rope. The flowers by Sweet Annie Floral Designs consisted of large, colorful garden roses, ranunculus, and peonies with touches of dusty miller.

Rob and I could not have asked for a more beautiful day. We are filled with so much love and gratitude for our friends, family, and all the people we worked with who made our day unforgettable.

Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography | Videographer: Brighter Lights Media | Floral Design: Sweet Annie Floral Design | Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Fillmore | Cake: Delicious Desserts | Invitations: Jennifer's Paper | Bridesmaids Dresses: Donna Morgan | Catering: Popponesset Inn | Groom's Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Hair/Make Up: Artworx

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Preppy Chic Popponesset Inn Wedding

Nautical just so happens to be my jam. I’ve never met a monkey’s fist I didn’t like, and stripes? Forget it, love them. Needless to say, this wedding from Lauren Methia Photography has won my heart. From the beach to the flowers to that delish cake from Delicious Desserts, I’m smitten and I don’t care who knows it.


From the stunning bride… Even though my husband Mike and I met at college in Providence, Rhode Island, and now live in Connecticut, we always knew we wanted a Cape Cod wedding. My family has lived on the Cape since I was little, and Mike and I try to visit as often as we can!

For our wedding theme, we tried to mix casual and formal by choosing classic, clean designs mixed with nautical elements and bold blues and purples. The Popponesset Inn provided the perfect venue – it has a beach feel without the risks of an outdoor wedding (though we were lucky to have great weather), and everything from the views to the food was fantastic.

Lauren Methia’s photos captured our wedding in a gorgeous way, and I’m grateful to all of the other professionals who helped the day come together, like Lynn at Dear LC, who patiently created everything from our invitations to the escort cards; Lisa at Delicious Desserts, who made our cake and favors; Wilma at the Popponesset for her advice and coordination; and the many Etsy vendors who created small, beautiful elements of our wedding – to name just a few.

After months of planning and a few stressful moments on the big day, it was great to let go and have fun at our ceremony and reception. In the end, that’s what you remember. The night turned out to be exactly as we imagined thanks to our supportive family, friends, and wedding vendors!

Photographer: Lauren Methia Photography | Coordination: Cape Cod Celebrations | Flowers: Fancy Flowers | Dress: Augusta Jones | Church: St. Thomas The Apostle Chapel | Reception Venue: Popponesset Inn | Catering: Popponesset Inn | Makeup: Kimberly Richard | Hair: Artworx | Calligraphy: Megan Chapin Calligraphy | DJ: Cape Tunes | Baker: Delicious Desserts | Invitations, Table Numbers, Etc.: Dear LC

Popponessett Inn Wedding

As much as I’m all for snowmen and snowflakes and snowy evenings spent by the fireplace this time of the year, there is just something so refreshing about a beach wedding right now, especially when it is as gorgeous as this one from Jenny Moloney Photography. The hint of fresh, warm, salty air in every romantic detail is just the perfect momentary escape, and then it’s back to the hot chocolate agenda.

Such a stunning film from Paperweight Films!
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From the beautiful bride… Andrew and I met at South Station in Boston while we were waiting in line to board a seemingly inevitably delayed Mega Bus to New York City. I boarded the bus first and claimed a coveted window seat. When Andrew boarded the bus a few minutes later he asked if he could sit next to me, and luckily I said yes! We hit it off right away once we realized that we both went to the University of Colorado in Boulder. I have to admit at one point I was worried we would run out of things to say because that is a long bus ride on a Friday at rush hour, but we never did, we talked and laughed for the entire six hour bus ride. When we arrived in NYC he asked for my number.

A couple of months later we met up for drinks in Boston and shortly after that began spending all of our free time together. Andrew proposed two years later on the beach at my family’s house on Cape Cod, which meant the world to me because it has been a special place for my family for many generations and has witnessed many generations of love stories. I couldn’t imagine a more perfect place for the beginning of our lives together as a family to start.

We knew right away that we wanted to get married on the Cape, somewhere by the water. We both wanted to have a wedding that was really personal to us, elegant, yet relaxed and fun with our families and closest friends. June 29th was the best day of our lives! We had an amazing time celebrating our love with friends and family and were even able to sneak out onto the beach for a photo shoot with our feet in the sand, and the Cape wind blowing in off the water. We are forever grateful to all of the amazing vendors we worked with to create and capture our day, especially Jenny Moloney Photography and Paperweight Films!

Photography: Jenny Moloney Photography | Cinematography: Paperweight Films | Floral Design: Verde Floral Design | Cake: Delicious Desserts | Stationery: Dulce Press | Ceremony Venue: Popponesset Inn | Reception Venue: Popponesset Inn | Shoes: Kate Spade | Hair & Makeup: Artworx | DJ: Cape Cod DJ - Steve Binder | Officiant: Rev. Faith Lavender | Ceremony Music: Cape Violin Cello Duo | Bride Robe: Plum Pretty Sugar | Dress & Veil: Madeleine's Daughter | Photography - Assistance: Ashley Tilton | Tent Canopy: Chase Canopy

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Cape Cod Wedding at Popponesset Inn from Servidone Studios Photography

True story: half the shirts in my closet have blue and white stripes of some sort. If that doesn’t shine a light on my adoration for all things nautical, I just don’t know what does. So when I laid eyes on this Popponesset Inn beauty, my Cape Cod loving-heart skipped a beat. You can see every perfectly preppy detail captured by Servidone Studios Photography in the full gallery!

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From Servidone Studios PhotographyJulie and TJ had a romantic Cape wedding. Everything oozed with effortless beauty, just like the bride. Julie’s mom sadly passed away last year, but her spirit was there. For example, the charm on Julie’s bouquet read, “Mom, Wish You Were Here”, and there was a photo display by the escort cards, along with a thoughtful note on their donation to the Lustgarten Foundation to find a cure for pancreatic cancer. There was an abundance of love and laughter. Every last detail was charming: The tables were named after Julie and TJ’s favorite spots to eat in Massachusetts, the dessert table had a sign that read “How sweet it is to be loved by you”, and The Popponesset Inn just exuded casual chic with its blue and white tented reception area and lanterns hung from the ceiling. The way TJ looked at his wife that day will melt your heart. These two are so much in love, and it’s just so darn sweet. DJ Danny Walsh had everyone on the dance floor.

Wedding Photography: Servidone Studios Photography / Ceremony: Christ the King Church in Mashpee, Massachusetts / Reception: Popponesset Inn in Mashpee, Massachusetts / Event Coordination: Wilma Lopez of Popponesset Inn / Floral Design: Judy Fligg of All About Flowers for Weddings / Cupcakes: Lisa Raffael of Delicious Desserts / DJ: Danny Walsh / Wedding Dress: Liv Harris via Vows Bridal Outlet / Bride’s Shoes: Nina / Makeup: Lisa George / Wedding Bands: NASR Bros Jewelers

Cape Cod Wedding by Kelly Dillon Photography

We simply can’t stop raving about the perfect peony gorgeousness of this New England wedding. And let’s face it – A girl can never have too many peonies! These amazing blossoms paired with a subtle nautical influence created this effortless beachfront affair at Popponesset Inn, sprinkled with personal touches. It doesn’t hurt that the love these two share is literally radiating from each and every photo, thanks to the unbelievable talent of Kelly Dillon Photography. The full gallery of images is simply a must.

From the Bride… Although Matt and I went to high school together, we didn’t officially meet until bumping into each other one day at a coffee shop in the North End of Boston. I had just moved in across the street from where Matt was working, and the next morning I decided to go to the local coffee shop to take in the scenes and grab a cup of coffee. To my surprise, in walked Matt McCarthy, fully dressed in his construction boots, helmet and safety glasses. He ordered himself a coffee and bagel in the thickest Boston accent I had heard. We caught each others eyes, made small talk, and off he went. All summer long we would bump into each other, or as Matt puts it, he would “position himself to bump into me.” In the fall, he asked me to a Celtics game and from that point on, we were inseparable.

I travel for work Monday through Friday, and at the time, I was actually traveling across the country to California weekly. It was Friday the 13th and I had just taken a red eye home from the west coast. There was something different about Matt all day — I couldn’t put my finger on it, but I just thought, “Wow, he really must have missed me this week.” Everything he tried to do — take me out to dinner, take the dog for a walk, walk along the Charles River in the city, I shot down or told him we could later. I was just so busy on my phone and computer catching up with work. He just smiled, said, “okay” and patiently sat on the couch waiting for me to finish up. Finally I felt so bad, I got up from my desk and walked over to the couch to snuggle with him. I told him how much I loved him, and he did the same and told me he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me. As I was saying, “I know, I want to spend the rest of my life with you too,” he pulled out the ring from his pocket and said, “Okay, so will you marry me?!” He was so cute — he just couldn’t wait any longer! Needless to say, we took the dog for a walk along the Charles River in the city and went out to dinner that night. My lucky day — Friday the 13th. :)

Matt and I always knew we wanted a beach wedding down the cape. The very first (and only) venue we looked at was the Popponesset Inn in Mashpee, Massachusetts, and right then, we knew it was the place. We knew we definitely didn’t feel the need to do a nautical-themed wedding because we were already at the beach. We just wanted to complement the natural beauty by adding an organic, simple and chic feel to the venue. Because I had 8 bridesmaids, I decided that I would just have them wear any black cocktail dress they wanted to. This way they could spend as little or as much as they wanted and wear whatever they felt most comfortable in. I have always loved peonies and how they are so feminine and delicate.  I decided on blush pink, white and black as our colors. I bought about 21 yards of burlap and made my own table runners and ring bearer pillows to help accentuate the organic feel I was going for. I also fell in love with the blue top mason jars I found for the centerpieces. Our two dogs are the other loves of our lives, and we knew we wanted to incorporate them in the wedding somehow. What better way than to have two signature drinks named after them? Guests were enjoying “Louie’s Lemonade” and “Champagne Charlie” all night long! I picked up organic nautical pieces along the way, such as driftwood garland and signs, and I found a really cool box we used as a cake stand. It was actually Matt’s idea to have the table numbers as Cape Cod towns! We printed out pictures online of the “Welcome to” signs and framed them in $1 white frames from IKEA. When we met with Boston Uplights, Paul really helped pull everything together for us. We had spotlights on the centerpieces at each table, enormous paper lanterns hanging from the tented ceiling and separate lighting on the dance floor. The whole ambiance was romantic and chic. Everything had come together so beautifully, and the night far exceeded our expectations.

Wedding Photography: Kelly Dillon Photography / Wedding Venue: Popponesset Inn in Mashpee, Massachusetts / Floral Design: Regan Ballantyne of Inspired Designs / Lighting: Boston Uplights / Wedding Dress: Aire Barcelona via Helene’s Bridal Shop / Rings + Earrings: Barmakian Jewelers Bracelet: Swarovski / Hair: Salon Monroe / Makeup: Girly Junk

Popponesset Inn Wedding by Kim Chapman Photography

We are huge fans of nautical weddings around here especially when they are popping with vibrant pinks and yellows, beautiful spring flowers and loads of adorable details like this one by Kim Chapman Photography.  So it goes without saying that we are totally on board with its sea-inspired, preppy-meets-handcrafted charm.  Click here to see it all!

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From Kim of Kim Chapman PhotographyJolene and Robert had three requirements for their ideal wedding: good food, a view of the ocean and great company. A wedding caterer since 1999, Jolene is no stranger to planning weddings and was an integral part of the design every step of the way. With the Nantucket Sound surrounding the beach-front property and a nautical-themed reception tent, Jolene knew she’d found the perfect venue, the Popponesset Inn in Mashpee, Massachusetts. “When we walked in for the first time, I just knew there was so much to do with the ‘raw’ space, with the eclectic tent top,” says Jolene, who chose fuschia and yellow to accompany the navy and white of the Inn.

Anticipating rain, Jolene and Robert were relieved to find their wedding sky cloud-free and the beach a lovely backdrop for a photo-shoot prior to the big event. “For us to be able to share some quiet, private moments prior to the whirlwind of events was truly amazing and forever cherished,” recalls Jolene. As their event drew to a close, the couple exited through a gathering of their friends and family, all holding sparklers to commemorate the burst of love that had taken place that day.

With a vast amount of experience tacked to her name, Jolene opted to share some advice with future brides and couples: 1.) Stay completely true to yourself in all aspects of planning. This is, after all, your day. 2.)! For those of you who love unique items, but don’t trust yourself to “DIY,” Etsy is key. The talent and the wide array of all things handmade on the site is endless!

Wedding Photography: Kim Chapman Photography / Wedding Venue: Popponesset Inn in Mashpee, Massachuetts / Flowers: Olivia’s Floral Design (781-454-6866) / Wedding Cinematography: “I Do” Wedding Videos / Wedding Invitations: Beaucoup de Papier / DJ: Mike’s Music, Inc. / Wedding Dress: Bari Jay / Hair: Deb Welch of Studio 9 / Makeup: Tara Vaccaro Gudmundsen / Men’s Socks: Hugo Boss



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Willowbend Country Club Wedding by Jenny Moloney Photography

We’re wrapping up the week in style here at SMP Massachusetts with this pretty as can be wedding by Jenny Moloney Photography. These adorable high school sweethearts celebrated their big day with so many special and meaningful touches that it’s hard to know where to begin. One thing I do know however, is that the florals by Karen Taddei of Lilacs are beyond amazing as is there super pretty custom made sweetheart tablecloth. I just love those pretty, little circles. Click here for even more!

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From the mother of the bride… Annie and Ryan’s story starts out like many others….they were high school sweethearts. In the summer of 2004, their respective churches collaborated to organize a work camp that would travel to Georgia to paint and repair run-down homes in impoverished neighborhoods. They worked together, shared this life changing experience and said their good-byes. But for Ryan, there was a lingering feeling that he wanted to know Annie better. Andrew, a mutual friend and matchmaker, and later an usher at their wedding, helped to make that happen. The rest is a love story, pure and simple. Their wedding was a reflection of what they most hold dear: family and tradition…

They were married at Christ the King Church with Father Woods, Ryan’s dean and mentor at Boston College, officiating the ceremony. Each of their siblings were in the wedding party. Ryan’s brother, Michael, and sister, Danielle, are both performers and provided the vocals for the ceremony. Four generations were present, including Ryan’s 100-year-old great-grandmother, Anna.  

Annie collected family wedding photos and frames to display “The Generations of Love” on the piano at the reception. Their vision was one of classic elegance and romance. With the backdrop of Willowbend’s lush green golf course, a vintage red barn and neutral decor in the ballroom, Annie and Ryan chose elements with unique textures in soft colors. The whimsical “Circles” tablecloth, custom made by Table Toppers, was the inspiration. Combined with the large, silky blooms of Phalaenopsis orchids and the gold accents seen in the wine goblets, vases and menu cards, the tables were a nod to Annie’s love of art and all things creative. To top it off, we experienced record-breaking warm weather in October, allowing us to enjoy the views from the venue patios. A honeymoon to Disney World was the happy ending to this fairy-tale romance. A special thanks to Jenny Moloney for capturing this special day and putting us all at ease.  You are warm, genuine and a true artist.

Photography: Jenny Moloney Photography / Venue + Catering: Willowbend Country Club / Cake: Lisa Raffael of Delicious Desserts / Florist: Karen Taddei of Lilacs / Dress: San Patrick / Bride’s Shoes: VANELi “Madora” / Bracelet: La Reine Bridal / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bill Levkoff / Linens: Table Toppers / Crystal: Rentals Unlimited / Stationery: Lynne Johnson of Inviting Company / Bride’s Hair: Shelli Rose McNamara from i.d. Salon / Bridesmaids Hair + Makeup:  Michelle Caruso and Macayla Dickie from Avante Salon / DJ: Michael Edwards of Allstar Entertainment

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