Laura & Daniel – A Peabody Essex Museum Wedding

As the 2014 wedding season nears an end, I’m so excited to start kicking the blog into gear and share more fantastic moments from this year!  This wedding is the perfect way to begin.  Laura and Daniel’s wedding was almost 100% smiles and I think you’ll see that in the images.  The ceremony and reception were both held at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA.  I began my day with the girls and caught a few moments as they got ready:

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Laura’s father sees her for the first time in her dress:

I was joined by my friend, Coco Boardman, who began the day with the guys:

We decided the Japanese Garden at the PEM would be the perfect place for the first look.  I dare you not to smile when you look at these two!

We took a few minutes to get some portraits out of the way before the families arrived for formals.  It was such a blast to see Laura and Daniel together and their excitement was contagious.

Practicing a little of the first dance:

The ceremony was held in the East India Marine Hall:

I just love the way the windows frame the ceremony:

An epic first kiss!

The reception in the atrium:

Coco’s bird’s eye view from the balcony:

These two were pros!

Some awesome toasts:

The bride and groom compared to Hermione and Ron (and not the way you’d imagine):

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For more photos from Laura and Daniel’s happy celebration, check out the slideshow below:

Laura & Daniel from Ned Jackson on Vimeo.

What a fantastic day!  Thanks so much Laura and Daniel for including me in your day!  Also, special thanks to Coco Boardman for her help, as well as Natalia Laskaris from PEM!

 

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  • October 27, 2014 - 1:20 pm

    CoCo - Love these two! So adorable.

  • January 7, 2015 - 12:21 am

    Laura - Aww I love this!! Thank you so much Ned & Coco! Everytime I look back through the photos, I get goosebumps. You two did such an amazing job capturing our day. 🙂

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