These two are so cute, I couldn’t help smiling all day long! The day started off with everyone getting ready, excitement and anticipation filling the air. Off to the ceremony in Old Chelsea (where the groom grew up), they had an intimate ceremony at Saint Stephen’s Parish.
There was one place where they absolutely wanted to do their bridal portraits; the Wakefield covered bridge. Having spent the better part of my summers in that area at my late grandmother’s cottage, I knew it was the PERFECT location for them. We ended up bribing a local man (asking him politely) to let us use his stairs and dock that had THE best angle for the bridge. Cue the romance and whispered secrets that make my job oh-so-easy.
Their reception was held at Camp Fortune where everyone celebrated the couple in style. Meaghan and Matthew made a big impression on their guests with the first dance; they had it choreographed. I was told there were the kind of people who ruled the dance floor and never got off. Boy was that true! These two know how to party and I couldn’t be more humbled to have been a part of their big day!
I had a blast shooting this wedding with Josie Nicole Photography. Thank you for having us!