Jim and Megan of Dracut were married in a beautiful wedding ceremony at the West Chelmsford United Methodist Church. Their reception took place at the Sky Meadow Country Club in Nashua, NH. I had a wonderful time photographing these two as they both had a fun sense of humor, and the bride in particular had a great sense of style. The time and effort they put into planning their wedding, assisted by Leslie from Planned Perfectly, showed through in the details.
From the fabulous red shoes and sunglasses Megan wore, to the school bus they had decorated to transport the bridal party, Jim and Megan infused their wedding with their own personalities. And in case you were wondering about the unique cake toppers, called Poppets, they were made by artist Lisa Snellings. You can learn more about poppets from her website poppetplanet.com
Sky Meadows Country Club was a great choice for a reception site. They host only one wedding at a time, have a landscaped bridal garden for formals, and their event manager, Sue, provided me and the wedding couple with golf carts so we could quickly get to the best place to capture the sunset. http://www.skymeadow.com/.
Leslie of Planned Perfectly Event Planning, http://www.plannedperfectly.net/, really helped the day go smoothly and stay on schedule with great organizational skills and attention to detail. According to the bride and groom, hiring a wedding planner made the whole day less stressful.
When the Groom hired Locomotion DJ for their wedding reception, he happened to mention that he was a huge Rush fan, so when the bride and groom walked out to cut the cake, DJ Ernie Houle played a little snippet of Rush â€œLimelightâ€. What a great surprise and a great example of a wedding vendor who listens. I have worked with Ernie on many occasions, and he is a real pro.
Locomotion DJ Productions – http://www.locomotiondj.com/
Oh, and I almost forgot the exquisite makeup http://www.makeupbynancy.com/
Meganâ€™s dress was by Marry + Tux â€“ http://marryandtuxbridal.com/
The cake was by Jacqueâ€™s Pastries (Thatâ€™s where my wedding cake was from, too!) – http://jacquespastries.com/