Finally the blog is catching up!! I’m deep into my 2012 wedding season (I’ve been lucky enough to have been at 11 weddings so far) and enjoyed my first weekend off for father’s day this weekend. Now I’m excited to share what I’ve been doing for the last two months. The Spring/Summer season started in earnest with Grace and Matthew’s beautiful wedding at Gibbet Hill in Groton, MA. We started the day at the All Saints Church in Chelmsford, MA where both the guys and girls got ready.
Grace’s dress hung in a small chapel as the girls touched up their makeup.
The chapel was the most private spot, which allowed the girls to get dress and touch up makeup without any of the guests seeing them.
I was joined by my good friend Doug Levy who captured this great shot of Matthew making some last minute adjustments.
The ring bearer:
Grace’s friends making final adjustments shortly before the ceremony.
As I was kneeling in the front of the church waiting to photograph the bridesmaids coming down the isle, I could catch a glimpse of Matthew working out a few last minute jitters.
Grace was glowing on the alter!
Doug had this great angle on Matthew:
Grace and Matthew were treated to a ribbon walk as they left the church.
We stopped for a few moments to grab a few shots with the decorations around the church:
Matching socks and shoes:
On the way to Gibbet Hill, Grace had scouted out this great barn with this amazing flag, which made for some killer shots!
When we arrived at Gibbet Hill, the cow’s were out to greet us!
We were treated to an amazing sunset.
One last kiss before being introduced to the guests.
The first dance:
Matthew takes a moment to say a few “Thank yous.”
I LOVED their cake! AND they had a make-your-own s’more station!
A stick on mustache served as some excellent entertainment on the dance floor.
The last dance:
Loved this final one of the two of them:
Thank you so much Grace and Matthew for including me in your beautiful day! Also special thanks to Doug Levy for his help! Feel free to check out the slideshow below: