It is finally time to share the absolutely enchanted wedding of Molly and John! I was able to join the ever so wonderful Julie Sterling, and the two of us could not stop smiling from ear to ear all day. Molly and John are quite possibly one of the most genuine couples out there, and the love that poured out from their friends and family throughout the day was impalpable. The Overbrook House, in Bourne, MA, provided the perfect setting for this home-grown wedding.
Since the guys don’t need quite as much primping as the girls, it left plenty of time for some pre-ceremony croquet.Just as guests began to arrive, I was able to sneak down to where Molly and John would exchange their vows. Instead of using traditional unity candle, the couple planted a double acorn together during the ceremony. So wonderful!
Molly looked simply stunning in her gown, and was so adorable waiting to see John! She couldn’t help but bounce around and tell everyone she felt like a cupcake in her dress!Could you ask for a more beautiful spot to be married?After the amazingly sweet ceremony, it was time for some group portraits, and for Molly and John’s photos. This couple has a blast with everything they do, including the “Up” inspired shot (as requested by a guest)! Throughout the day, there was a bee that followed John around wherever he went. John swore it was his grandfather, who had passed before the wedding, which totally had me tearing up a bit behind the lens. When I saw the bee land on a nearby glass of cider, I just had to suck up my fear of bees and get this shot for John.
While Julie finished up with Molly and John’s portraits, I headed over to the cocktail reception and to the tent where lunch would be served. Molly and John are both chefs and now farmers, so the food by Soulfire BBQ was to die for, and the music by the Goodtime String Band did not disappoint.