This wedding right here had it all. A madly in love couple, fun wedding party and guests, and a gorgeous venue with perfect weather!
Nicole and Pete’s love is sweet, carefree, protective, intentional, refreshing, and always offering a compliment to their other without making themselves the center of attention (stole that last thing from the groomsmen speech). Their personal vows included shutting the cabinet doors, always kissing each other goodnight, and committing to each other for a lifetime.
They choose the Anthony Wayne House for their big day and it was perfectly quaint with lots of tree foliage and stone buildings. The buttery light and time of day that they chose for their ceremony set the ambiance, along with the early summer day! Pete was even able to play fetch on the lawn with their pup, Chaucer before the festivities began. Speaking of Chaucer, he was practically a celebrity that stole the show as their ring bearer, everyone wanted a photo with that pup!
The food, the flowers, the signature drinks… everything was planned to fit Pete + Nicole’s style and vision! They raved about their band for weeks and they did NOT disappoint! The dancing was on the next level and included some epic dancing by Pete and his two brothers! Check out their vendors at the bottom of the post! Oh did I mention Nicole cut off her train about an hour before the reception was over?? YEP, that girl wanted to get down and the dress was holding her back! She is my hero and that was a huge highlight!!
Pete and Nicole had the ability to make everyone feel valued and appreciated around them on a day that should be all about them. Thank you so much for the honor of capturing your wedding day! It was pure bliss! xoxo, Becka :-)
Catering & Cake: Jeffery Miller Catering
Venue: The Anthony Wayne House
Wedding Coordinator: Dana McCullough
Videography: Ashley Habeck – 203-640-6843
Photo Booth: The Little Picture
Band: BVT Group
Florist: Buttercup (owned by Jeffery Miller Catering)
Hair and Makeup: Alisha Nycole Becker
Wedding Invites & day of Programs, Menu’s and Signs: Wouldn’t It Be Lovely – Caitlin Spaulding