Sophia, an extremely talented doctor, and Greg, an engineer and juggling enthusiast, approached me about planning and designing their wedding. They said "create a day for us that is reflective of us and all of the things that we love. We trust you." And with only a few brief consultations along the way, we were entrusted with the task of creating a highly personalized and truly magical day for two people who are awesome and wonderful in every way. This is equal parts humbling, enthralling and terrifying.
Step 1: Call in all of your favorite and highly-trusted vendors.
Step 2: Pay the utmost care to every possible detail. (Step 2.5: Mumble to yourself constantly: "Please let them love this, please let them love this...")
Step 3: Reveal wedding day to amazingly kind, funny and deeply in love wedding couple.
Step 4: Experience intense relief at seeing the happiness on their faces as they enjoy everything about the details of their beautiful wedding day.
Special thanks to the extremely talented Li Ward of Fat Orange Cat Studio for capturing the easy-breezy magic of this effortlessly chic wedding day at Mass Audubon Habitat. Thanks also to the wonderful team from Allison Barbera Beauty for their kindness and humor (and talent) during a morning of styling. Julie Raymond of Bittersweet Gardens just grows and delivers pure happiness with every flower she produces. East Coast Grill served up an array of seasonal tacos (a favorite of the couple) and Crema Cafe brought mountains of beautiful baked goods for late night noshing. Only the best cheese was on-hand from Russo's as Sophia's organic wedding dress from BHLDN spun and twirled to tunes from DJ Kevin Neary. But the night wasn't complete until guests had taken home two tiny chocolate mice from Burdick's Chocolates.
Thank you to Sophia and Greg for entrusting us with a most special and important day. You were incredibly kind, gracious and fun and if cheese were a fair currency for gratitude, we would buy you all of the cheese that Russo's sells.