I had the pleasure of photographing Sean & Gina’s Wedding on September 10th. They chose to have their ceremony at the Nantucket Brant Point Lighthouse followed by a reception at their home. It was a small intimate wedding surrounded by their friends and family. Sean and Gina are also expecting a little one on the way which made this day so much more special. I do have to admit that these are my favorite weddings to photograph. I was so happy that the rain held out for the day. But we were greeted by the Gray Lady instead. In a way, the fog made it more intimate as well as made all of the colors vibrant. The Ceremony began with Gina being walked towards Sean with her Mother on her left and her Father on her Right where she was greeted by Tania and Billy. Tania and Billy were the officiants as well as their amazing friends. They had a wonderful ceremony filled with laughter and tears of happiness. After they exchanged their vows and said their I do’s we then took the time to photograph the family and the newlyweds. Did I mention how beautiful and handsome they looked? I loved the simplicity of their attire. Gina’s gorgeous bouquet that she held was also made by her friend Orla. After that, I then arrived at their home where the reception took place. The details of the reception were just perfect. As you walked towards the home there was a trail of candles lighting your way to the backyard full of laughter under a big tree filled with lights. Under the tree, they also honored those close to them that had passed. They had a great big straw couch surrounded by torches, fire pits, and blankets to keep them warm during the evening. The small details on the tables were just beautiful as well. Food was a collective effort, Chowder, and meatballs made by family and friends as well as a food cart from Roman Pizza how fun!!! As the evening went on you could really tell how much this amazing couple was loved! It truly was a great celebration for Sean and Gina. We then finished the night off with an amazing cake!!
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