Sarah & RaShaun married in Provincetown, MA this October!
You might remember these two from their Boston engagement photos as we had a blast around the Fort Point area (and tequila bar!). I had been looking forward to what I knew would be a fantastic and fun wedding day all year – and of course it was!
After getting ready at Sarah’s family home in Truro, the two said “I do” in a beautiful ceremony at St. Peter’s Church. Cocktails and reception followed, way up on the hillside of the Provincetown Monument! In between, we snuck off to Fisherman’s Wharf for some great photos.
The guys got ready at the super eclectic Harbor Hotel along the beach – photo on the right by my amazing friend and partner for the day, Jacqueline Poussot!
The table tops were absolutely stunning! No doubt a combination of thoughtfulness among Sarah, her mom Betty, and Sheila Kelley of Kelley’s Flowers in Wellfleet (sending out a big hug and squeeze to Betty – such a great mom and “planner”, and a true pleasure to work with in the months leading up to the big day!)
Photo above, also by Jaq! Being up on the hill of the Monument provided such an incredible overlook of Provincetown, and the farthest point out on Cape Cod. The sunset was perfect! (daylight view earlier in this post)
I was so excited Sarah & RaShaun included a photo booth in their evening! When I provide this for my couples, it’s less of an actual “booth”, and more of a creative space to designate for photos. You can provide your own props, as these guys did, or I’m happy to bring in a colorful backdrop. Jaq did such an awesome job with this role – I loved looking over and seeing her facial expressions as she tried to direct the groups over the loud music of the dance floor :-)
Congratulations to Sarah & RaShaun! I love you guys – thanks for making the past year such a fun one, and I look forward to meeting up with you guys again sometime soon!
Second Photographer: Jacqueline Poussot | Flowers: Kelley’s Flowers | Make-Up: Lisa George | Church: St. Peter’s Church | Reception: Provincetown Monument | Music: MoonGlow