This summer wedding was one for the history books! Corinne and Connor chose a perfect location for their nuptials. I hadn't been to Old Sturbridge Village since I was just a kid. From the moment I arrived it was a great trip down memory lane. The 1830's replica town gave this wedding a historic and romantic feel, the views are breathtaking and the details are charming. If you haven't had a chance to visit, take a ride to Sturbridge, Ma and check it out. There is something beautiful to see around every corner.
I love a great First Look moment and was thrilled that these two wanted to see each other before the ceremony, following Corinne to meet her "husband to be" was so very sweet. After some incredible portrait time with a crew that braved the heat, Corinne arrived with her father in a beautiful horse-drawn carriage to a lovely garden ceremony officiated by the bride's bother. Once some refreshing rain cooled everyone down, the celebration began! There were heartfelt toasts, lots of laughter and a crew that danced the night away. From meeting a lovely bridesmaid and guest at a wedding last year, to becoming wedding clients this year, to the engagement session and then the wedding...I have enjoyed every moment of my journey with this fabulous couple. Congratulations Corinne and Connor!
*Be sure to check out some sweet dance moves at the end of the gallery!