It was during dinner they spoke about plans for Sunday:
getting ready for the work week.
and plans for that night:
watching the Bruins game.
Such was the tone of Erin and Adam’s day.
Surrounded by just 13 of those they love. 13 of those who love them. It was the definition of intimate. It was normal and 1,000% real life. No extra fluff. No crazy dance floor antics. It was Erin and Adam and family. Sitting around a singular oval table after a ceremony in the garden.
The rain had just cleared and they arrived together.
She helped him with his cuff links.
He helped with her dress.
They greeted everyone in the lobby and made their way outside as a group.
We spent time in a field and then made our way back to the room with the fireplace.
Leather chairs and conversation.
And that conversation I mentioned earlier.
It was about them and those who mean the most.
What a perfect way to start a marriage.
Jen and Colleen were married on a quintessential Fall weekend in New Hampshire.
On the eve of their wedding we gathered together for dinner, and as darkness fell we stood on the shore of a lake. We roasted s’mores around the fire and toasted the to-be-weds. Stories were told. Laughter echoed throughout the woods. It grew cold and we made our way back to cabins with bunk beds and screen doors that creaked.
The morning of. Basketball. Flannel shirts. Warm cups of coffee and more laughter.
Later that day, an intimate ceremony…. meaningful, thoughtful and as with the rest of the weekend, full of laughter.
Love is love. These two are the truest example of such.
Enjoy just a glimpse of Jen + Colleen and a day that was overflowing with everything a wedding should: