Max and I spent last weekend on Martha’s Vineyard documenting Meghan and David’s wedding in Vineyard Haven, Mass. It was absolutely lovely! Meghan got ready in her grandmother’s beach house that’s been a part of the family for more than 100 years. Surrounded by girls and make-up extraordinaires, Meghan (and seven bridesmaids) prepared for the day with the soundtrack of Angus and Julia’s “Big Jet Plane” in the background. In fact, I’d suggest you listen to that song while looking at these pictures. ;)
David, who is originally from France, got ready at the Mansion House with fellow groomsmen in Vineyard Haven. Two things we learned quickly about David – he has the most adorable accent and apparently has a knack for tying ties, as he tied everyone’s tie at the Mansion House.
The wedding ceremony was held on the beach behind the Vineyard Haven Yacht Club. You would think by the sound of it, that you would need a guest list into the hundreds to fill a place with such a name. Definitely not the case. This Vineyard Haven gem was perfect for Meghan and David’s intimate wedding and reception. For decoration on tables, Meghan filled antique silver vases with seaside colored roses and had a sprig of dried lavender placed on each plate. Meghan and David decided on serving a traditional lobster bake dinner, complete with corn on the cob and steamer clams. The lobsters were even caught off the shores of the island, adding to the local flair of this wedding. Meghan had custom-designed lobster bibs made, and hung them from each person’s chair. It was all so romantic!
We had an amazing time photographing this gorgeous Martha’s Vineyard wedding… keep checking back for the full gallery link from the day! :)
KarinWhat a beautiful wedding celebration–full of happiness…And wonderful pictures to bring back that joyful occasion!
Emily KatelynBeautiful work as always Katie. I love the detail of her mouth and the scarves on the beach. So much character comes through in your coverage.
JillianHello! I was wondering if there was any way to find out where the bride had her lobster bibs produced. Thanks for your help!!