Today we bring you the last chapter of our super awesome couple Heather + Matt’s wedding day at the beautiful Hill-Stead Museum! We had such glorious light in the evening hours, so we stole them away for some much appreciated time alone (except for us, of course : ) for some super pretty fotos together. The celebration continued into the evening, with plenty of dancing, Beatle’s music, and limbo!!! Who doesn’t like a party with limbo? Paul, for one, can’t pass it up, and I grabbed a shot of him showing off his flexibility, even for a big guy : ) I pointed that shot out as you stroll through the images, so you can’t miss him. We had so much fun capturing Heather + Matt’s wedding day….thank you guys so much for being so awesome and for having us there!!!
Heather continues with some of her happy memories of the day:
“There were so many happy memories I think about all the time! We had such a great time at our wedding! !I I loved that Matt and I had a “first look” before the ceremony. It was very romantic and peaceful. We had a chance to reflect on our past and our future and to get excited for the big step we were about to take. We love our family and friends so much so to have everyone there together was a feeling of great happiness.
Advice you’d give other brides that you learned from your own experience?
ENJOY IT. EVERY MOMENT. From the planning to the wedding day. And i know its easier said then done, but don’t stress too much. If you don’t get something done for the wedding that you wanted to, its not a big deal. Your guests aren’t going to know and you’ll be so happy that day you wont know either. Also, make it about the two of you.”
In case you can’t tell, that’s my hubby getting down in limbo! He’s been known to beat little kids at this game with his freak-like flexibility!
Heather & Matt’s awesome details:
The Planner : DIY by the couple, Tara + Rick at Emily’s and the Hill-Stead staff put the missing pieces together
The Dress : Augusta Jones from The White Dress by the Shore
The Hair : Salon Elite
The Makeup Artist : Maria Dominici
The Jewelry : from The White Dress by the Shore
The Rings : Michaels Jewelers Heather’s was a Hearts on Fire
The Groom’s Attire : Formals by Antonio
The Ceremony Site : Hill-Stead Museum
The Stationary : Invites + Programs designed + handmade by Heather + Matt, Printed at Southbury Printing Center
The Reception Venue : Hill-Stead Museum
The Floral Design : Datura : A Modern Garden
The Food : Emily’s Catering
The Cake : Tidmarsh Bakery
The Music : Music in Motion
The Lighting Designer : Taylor Rental
The Cinematographer : Jeremy White at Fairfax Films
Something Old : Tiffany’s bracelet Heather’s father bought her 16th birthday
Something New : bracelet Heather’s father bought her for the wedding
Something Borrowed : Heather’s mother’s veil
Something Blue : garter