It’s time for some serious catching up, so let’s travel down to the Cape (and since it’s Labor Day, it’s much better to travel on my blog rather than sitting in traffic), this time to Paulina & Greg’s New Seabury Country Club wedding, where I spent the day shooting with one of my photography BFF’s, the spectacular Tara Lynn Sen. I spent the morning where Greg grew up on the Cape, and got to know his family, including the family dog! Greg’s dad offered me all kinds of food and drink, and went out of his way to make sure I felt welcome. So adorable.
In all seriousness, how cute are Greg’s parents and grandmother?
Time for the ceremony (less than a minute from where we were, which makes for much less stress on a wedding day!)…
This is Eddy, the most helpful and sweet limo driver I have ever met. Normally I am trying to crop out vendors from wedding photos (it’s about your day after all!), but I couldn’t help but give Eddy a shout out. After the ceremony it started raining quite a bit, and Eddy was a total team player, and helped me hold four umbrellas over Tara’s head to make sure she (and her camera!) were covered. Yes, we kept the family covered too! They stayed nice and dry under the church awning.
I love when couples have live entertainment at their cocktail hour. It most definitely sets the celebration atmosphere, rather than cocktail hour being the time where all of your guests stand around and wait to get to their seats.
With a part in the clouds, Tara and I hurried Paulina and Greg outside to take advantage!
This bridal party knew how to make an entrance, and DJ Danny Walsh kept the musing flowing perfectly throughout the whole reception.
These are two of the sweetest parent dances. Paulina’s dad was just clearly beaming, and Greg and his mom giggled and laughed with each other the entire time.
Thanks for having me, Tara! To Paulina and Greg,
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