A warm summer day. The rolling hills of the New England country side. Bright sunflowers against navy blue dresses and cornhole on the lawn. From start to finish this Massachusetts wedding sang the tune of a beautiful summer country day.
This was such a special wedding for me – and I think it’s officially made me a destination wedding photographer 🙂 I met Kylie and Max, as individuals not a couple, through Park Street Church back when I was living in Boston. I’ve known them apart and I’ve known them together – and seeing them together it’s clear how great of a match they are for each other. One of the things I love so much about being a wedding photographer is getting to see people I care about (like this!) celebrate with such joy!
Kylie and Max tied the knot in a classic New England-looking church in Lancaster, MA complete with old wooden pews and a white-washed steeple. Their reception took place under a big open air white tent at the Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, MA overlooking the beautiful green rolling hills of the Massachusetts country side. Their tables were decorated with beautiful baby’s breath and wildflowers and I spent a good portion of the evening obsessing over the cute-ness of their favors: tiny little jars of jam! I mean who doesn’t LOVE things in miniature and who doesn’t love jam? (I almost cried when I realized I accidentally left mine behind at the end of the night!)
Kylie and Max – it was such an honor to not only attend your wedding, but to capture it in such an intimate way. I hope you both had a blast in Alaska and are enjoying your first month as newlyweds!