Our new friends at M.Studios – RI took these crazy gorgeous pictures that captured the love between Kate & Dan, the creativity they both share and the absolute uniqueness of their wedding.
Even though I came into they’re planning stages late in the game, I immediately hit it off with them when we first met. I knew instantly, I couldn’t wait to be part of their wedding with all the personal & creative touches they told me about. It started with each of their guests receiving a different handmade invitation, in which they decided which invite best represented that guest to picking out each of the vessels for the floral centerpieces (that were absolutely breathtaking, I might add!) made by the amazingly talented Alyssa at Apotheca Flower Shoppe (who, let me tell you, was 8 months pregnant)!
Did I mention that Alyssa is amazingly talented with these stunning bouquets for Kate and her girls….
They wanted something different as their guestbook and really, it didn’t surprise me. They are super artistic, creative and have friends in many places, so they had this illustration done for their guests to sign each leaf.
Now, onto the other important details….if you haven’t figured out how much I love shoes yet (really? how could you not!), than me saying, I’m “swooning” over these stunners will come as a surprise…. 🙂
I was very excited when Dan told me that they decided to a “First Look”. It really does capture the expression on their faces when they see each other for the first time. It’s such a private moment between a couple that is priceless.
Since they did a “First Look”, they also decided to take some of the formal pictures beforehand, so they could enjoy more time with their guests right after the ceremony.
Don’t think that by doing a “First Look” the emotion or anticipation won’t still be there for you as you’re walking down the aisle to marry your love…. 🙂
It was a short & very sweet ceremony officiated by Kate’s Uncle Bruce, so of course, it held a lot of special meaning to them. Sealing it with a kiss was just that much sweeter….
They entered the beautiful Winter Garden of the Currier Museum as husband and wife….
…that lead into their first dance to “The World Exploded into Love” by Bob Schneider…
Then, they snuck off to take some unique wedding pictures throughout the museum galleries…
After all that, they enjoyed their friends & family with some great music from DJ Dave and enjoyed the yummy cupcakes from The Bakeshop on Kelley Street.
Thanks Kate & Dan for letting us be part of you’re wedding day! It was an honor & pleasure to witness such love between two fantastic people. Congrats & wishing you many, many happy years!