Liz and Martin || Moraine Farms || Beverly, Massachusetts

Hello friends and fans, thanks for your patience!  These last few weeks have been packed, and keeping up with the blog is an ongoing pleasure and challenge.  I finally have a few moments to share some more images from Liz and Martin’s unique and lovely day.

Let’s start with the flowers by Flowers by Darlene.

Liz looked amazing – hair, dress, everything. She was so pleased her hairdresser from Charlestown came all the way up to Marblehead to do her hair. She was going for a vintage look and feel for the day, and I think did a fabulous job.

Her mother is a big fan of antiques, so we utilized some of the furniture (perfectly matched!) to do some interesting bridesmaid pictures.

Then we stepped out into the gardens…cue the breeze…..lovely.

I love this shot of the two of them on the trolley, they just look so happy & relaxed.  It started raining on our way over to Moraine Farm, you know, like it has practically EVERY DAY this month, but no big deal!  

Once we got there, Linnea Tangorra was on hand to make sure everything ran smoothly. We started with a few relaxed portraits in the parlor.

Doesn’t this one look timeless?  Although Martin’s hip glasses kind of give it away that it’s 2008 and not 1914.

Liz had little details like this men’s room sign all through out the reception.  It even has their monogram on it!

I love the centerpieces…..

The rain lightened up a bit (didn’t stop), so I talked them into a little walk over to the tea house gardens.  Elizabeth’s dress was already soaked from the trolley ride over, so she had no problem with it!
It was STILL raining when we took this, so they just threw the umbrella into the bushes for a quick second while I shot it.  Looks nice, no?

Their friend Glenn from Sweet Tooth made the cake, so we had to get a shot of him with his handiwork.

Ok, so the rain finally did stop for a little bit, so we were able to get a few more shots outside, isn’t this place amazing?

Cotton candy, anyone?  Totally ate one on the way home.

And by the way, you people are killing me with the candy bars!  I only have so much willpower, you know.

Martin with their super awesome band, Night Shift.


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