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Marissa and Dave met in High School, and their hometown remains really important to both of them. So they decided to have their wedding in their hometown to honor their connection to it! Marissa got ready in her childhood home surrounded by her mother, grandmother, and all her bridesmaids. We all then hopped onto a school bus and went to the next site, which was a local historical society where the wedding ceremony would be held. The lovely old house and gardens brimming with flowers made the perfect backdrop for the couple’s first look and portraits. Luna Moss created a gorgeous lush floral arch for these two to get married beneath, and their ceremony was sweet and heartfelt.
After the ceremony, Marissa and Dave and their wedding party went to another spot for a few more portraits and then decided to make the short walk from there to Dave’s childhood home where the reception was. The walk ended up being one of my favorite parts of the day. Locals were coming out of their homes and shouting congratulations as everyone paraded by and it was so much fun.
Marissa and Dave’s vendors transformed the backyard into a gorgeous reception venue with seating areas on the lawn and a tent full of long tables decorated with colorful flowers and candles. There were speeches and dances and a delicious dinner, and then everyone was ready to party. The dance floor was absolutely packed from the very first song.
Overall, it was just a perfect late fall day in New England. Marissa and Dave were so happy the entire day and their family and friends were overjoyed for them. Their Super8 film and a few photos I shot on film are below.
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