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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Maritza and Matt

I met Maritza in 2009 at Emily and Matt‘s wedding. In the past four years there’s been a couple of occasions where I’ve found myself at Maritza’s friend’s wedding or at coworker’s wedding. Next month I’ll finally be at Maritza and Matt’s wedding. Even though I’ve run into Maritza a couple times over the years, […]

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House Blessing

Our house had been in the previous owner’s family for 60 years. Two years ago when we bought the home they left behind this house blessing. I’m sure it was hard for them to leave, and giving us the framed blessing was very thoughtful. Over the past two months we’ve been gutting and rebuilding the […]

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Christine and Bo

I had no idea where Cutty Hunk was until Christine and Bo contacted me about their wedding. Anything that involves a ferry sounds like an adventure to me, so I was really excited about traveling to this small island with very few amenities. It’s hard to predict the weather when you sit on a small […]

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Morning Sickness

Brooke had hangover symptoms for two-months without the pleasure of drinking. And not just in the morning but all day. In other words, we’re pregnant. Or Brooke is pregnant. I like to say “we” because I want to show I’m engaged in the process, but I also don’t like to say “we” since only one […]

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Nikki and Bart

Nikki and Bart are two of the sweetest people I’ve had the pleasure of working with this year. Their laid back wedding at the Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster included both a touching ceremony and a really fun reception. I love going to the cape and the time I spent with these two people and […]

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Tiniesha and Mike

Tiniesha and Mike met at the Charleston Chew factory. Or at least the apartment building that once manufactured the classic candy and where they both lived. They set their wedding within the storied walls of ┬áTurner Hill, located in┬áhistorical Ipswich. I like how they’ve managed to begin different chapters of their lives within these interesting […]

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