Oh my goodness – prepare yourselves for the longest post ever! And not just because I’m posting a bunch of gorgeous photos of super-happy people, but also because I have a lot to say! Cassondra and BJ were married on a gorgeous summer day in August (remember summer?) at the Publick House in Sturbridge. The Publick House is a wonderful place for a wedding – lots of locations for photos, a gorgeous tent, and a beautiful space for outdoor ceremonies. What more could I ask for? Here are some of the other AWESOME things that Cassondra & BJ’s wedding had – a good friend of mine from college whose children were in the wedding party (Hi Connor & Keira!), a high school classmate I hadn’t seen since we graduated (Hi Tighe! God, we’re old!) whose wife was a bridesmaid, a best man who wrote and sang the first dance song, a groom who’s taking his bride’s last name, homemade honey provided by the bride’s cousin, some crazy dancers, a wedding guest who kept flashing the Patriots t-shirt under her regular shirt, some swing dancing, funny face photos, a beautiful ribbony cake, and a bride and groom so madly in love that the place was just overflowing with happiness. Lots of tears of joy and lots and lots of laughter.
The Mr. was my assistant for the day and we arrived in time to capture all the finishing touches of Cassondra getting ready. I don’t think she could have looked any more beautiful!
Isn’t she just stunning?! *swoon*
I think Keira, the flower girl, looks a lot like a little Dr. Seuss character in that photo. She was such a proud flower girl, totally loving every second of her walk down the aisle!
The Mr. was my assistant for the day and he grabbed this awesome shot of Cassondra and BJ walking back down the aisle. I love it!
Why, hello, gorgeous! (If you use a Barbra Streisand accent to say that line, it ends up working perfectly!) Look at how amazing this tent looked!
In case you can’t tell what’s on the righthand side, the guest got jars of homemade honey as favors. Cassondra’s cousin provided them. The little sign says “Meant to ‘Bee.'”
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