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Missy and Matt are such a great couple. We met with them on a super snowy day back in March at a cozy restaurant in Cambridge to chat about their September wedding. Missy is charismatic and funny…Matt is one of those quiet guys who throws a one liner into the conversation that leaves everyone in stitches. We loved their energy immediately.
For the wedding decor, they liked the idea of bringing some color to the all white tent at the Westford Regency...and although Missy never fashioned herself a “pink” girl, she ended up adoring pink garden roses, pink hydrangea, pink dahlias and daisies! She wanted the space to be soft and romantic..but most of all.. they wanted their wedding to be laid back and FUN. and I can see why. In addition to their sweet candy bar, hilarious tattoos of themselves and a “Fish for a Favor” station (Matt’s an avid fisherman!), these two barely moved off the dance floor at their reception! And neither did their guests! We were lucky enough to do the floral design and day of coordination, so we stayed for all the fun!At one point, I remember looking over at Matt playing the air guitar and Missy jumping around, spinning her dress to the music…and I thought..this is love. <3
Congrats Missy + Matt. We love you! Check out these beautiful shots from Summer Street Photography:
Looking at these photos, you would never guess that Jori and Sean’s colorful nuptials happened during the downpours of Hurricane Irene. But that didn’t stop this awesome couple and their guests from having a blast! The couple’s quirky and casual style made for a super fun and super relaxed day for everyone involved. Jori and Sean are all about keeping it local, so it made perfect sense for them to have their wedding reception at Bloc 11 in Somerville, steps from their Union Square home. And when we heard that Redbones BBQ was catering, we knew it was our kind of party! Moira arranged the flowers and I was the day of coordinator, and we were thrilled to be involved! We adored the DIY elements the bride’s mother created; from gingham table squares and tea lights, to personalized wine charm favors. The bride’s father married the couple, the groom’s sister sang a heartfelt song at the ceremony, and each family member blessed the rings with warm wishes for the couple. We don’t care what the weatherman said, it really was a beautiful day.
Photo credit: Kan Photography
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