I’ve always romanticized about New England. You know, the old homes with fantastic porches, the history of our country, the smell of the sea, the lobstahs, a New England accent, and did I mention the seafood? This New England destination wedding in Plymouth, MA at the White Cliffs Country Club was no different. Plenty of wrap around porches (with rocking chairs), a lobstah bake rehearsal dinner and a wonderfully moving open-air wedding ceremony next to the sea.
On a gorgeous windy fall day the Meg(h)ans, as they call themselves—which I love, stood before their family, friends and dog kicking off their marriage with a bang. Their surprise, choreographed first wedding dance, which started off slow and busted into Micheal Jackson’s P.Y.T., brought down the house. Pure awesomeness!
Congrats to the Meg(h)ans! I loved every minute photographing your wedding. Thanks for being so fun! Here’s to a life of laughter and love!