If ever the constantly changing weather was typical for a New England wedding in the fall, this was it! Good luck rain gave way to a beatiful golden hour and the newlyweds spent their first hour as husband and wife enveloped in the glow and warmth of the late autumnal sun. An explosion of the season tied all the elements of this special day together.
Dainty custom-made jewelry created from the bride's late grandmother's pearls kept her close at heart. Accenting Laura's lace overlaid mermaid-style gown. Surrounded in a rainbow of fall foilage Laura and Jack took a quiet moment together for a first look in the grounds of the Three Chimneys Inn, Durham NH. Jack tenderly wiped away an emotional tear in their final moments before their nuptuals in a ceremony filled with traditions from each family. The mother of the bride and groom participated in a candle lighting celebration and the ceremony ending with the Jewish tradition of breaking of the glass.
An eclectic style of cranberry dresses adorned the bridesmaids, complemented by the groomsmen in grey suits and olive green accents. Bouquets and boutineres flourished in rich autumnal colors. Miniture pumpkins lined the reception tables enveloped in the aroma of seasonal desserts, as the couple opted for pie over the traditional cake.
Congratulations to you both!
Venue - Three Chimneys Inn
Hair & Make up - Brandy at Wingate Spa
Floral Arrangements -Jillian Arquette-Gallagher with Fruition Flowers
Desserts - Lara Vanasco at My Friend Bakery
Bridal Gown from Tulle Bridal