Cheryl and Jen got married two weeks ago at the Fuller Craft Museum, one of my favorite venues in MA! Their wedding was wonderful. It was personal, sweet, and full of love. Special thanks to my assistants Alan and Shawn for all of their help, and for some of the shots below!
We started off the day with Cheryl and Jen at the hotel where they were getting ready. We split up to snap some shots of them both getting ready before we headed to a park for their first look.
I was so excited when Cheryl and Jen told me they were going to do a first look, and was even more excited that they had a great location in mind. We set up the first look at a park right near the museum, at a beautiful spot with trees and a tower. Their first look was really emotional, and I was so glad we were there to capture it! This next photo is my favorite shot from Cheryl and Jen’s wedding day, and one of my favorite couple shots ever. I need to mention a couple things about this shot. First of all, Cheryl made Jen’s dress. And Cheryl’s mother made Cheryl’s dress. And then there were these dresses, that someone made, on display at the museum! And they were PINK, just like Cheryl and Jen’s dresses! Could it be more perfect?These next few shots were also taken at the museum. I love the blue and how the shadows make it look like Cheryl and Jen are sort of underwater.
The ceremony took place outside the museum, overlooking a lake and a really cool sculpture of a duck. The weather was perfect, the sun was out, and everyone waved Yay! flags at the end.
Here are a few of my favorite photos from the reception, which included barbecue! (in an ideal world I’d have mac n’ cheese and mashed potatoes at every meal), a ribbon pull, and some genius centerpieces.
Here are a few of my favorite dancing photos.
Congrats Cheryl and Jen! Your wedding was amazing and totally perfect for you. We hope you enjoy the photos!