Monthly Archives: October 2009
A very fitting venue for a unique couple! It sounds a bit tongue-in-cheek to say that an old jail is great venue for a wedding, but The Liberty is swank, sophisticated, and a design aficionado’s dream.
You gotta love a woman that wears a red dress.
Honestly, this is always hard for everyone:
Ethan waiting for Liz in the Liberty courtyard.
Liz is really rockin’ the dress here. And I love the maroon wall right next to her!
The ceremony was officiated by their good friend, Richard.
The poem read by Ethan’s good friend (and former English teacher) was especially moving.
Loved the incredibly fun bridal party.
The dinner-only reception was like a giant cocktail party. A good time was had by all!
You may remember Catherine and Alex from our totally incredible engagement session on Georges Island. They had a lovely, intimate wedding in Newburyport at the beginning of October. The original plan called for an outdoor ceremony and lots of photos at Maudslay State Park, but some fickle New England weather interfered with Plan A, and things were moved indoors. But that didn’t stop the day from being completely fantastic, AND to top it all off, we still decided to do a post-wedding session in Maudslay during fall foliage, so stay tuned!
Ring bowl by the famous Paloma’s Nest.
Love the dress, love the veil, love the hair.
One of Alex’s best friends officiated the ceremony, which included a handfasting.
After the ceremony, we took a few pictures in the restaurant. We only had about three feet of available space, but as you can see, we got some nice variety out of the window.
In case you’re wondering, the cake top is model of their three ferrets. Aren’t they cute?!
Congrats you two! Can’t wait for the photos at Maudslay (i.e., you can’t get rid of me yet!).