Berkshires Destination Wedding :: Tent Reception at Home in Becket, Ma :: Saint Andrew’s Chapel Ceremony :: Sneak Peek :: Margaret and Pieter

One beautiful part of a wedding is how the day speaks to a couple's history while also celebrating their future together. Greta and Pieter's wedding on Saturday was a perfect reminder of that. There were so many ways in which family and history were tied into their wedding. These two held their reception somewhere very meaningful, a home in the Berkshires that Pieter spent many summers and winters at throughout his life. Pieter wore antique cufflinks given to him by Greta's father. Readings at their wedding ceremony were by Greta's godmother and Pieter's grandmother. There were heartfelt and funny toasts delivered by family. Even their wedding favors, a variety of lavender that was first cultivated at Twickel Castle which was one of Pieter's family's ancestral homes, is a nod to heritage and family. All of it came together alongside modern touches, a beautiful blend of something old and something new. The most memorable part of it all.. Greta and Pieter's huge smiles as they walked back down the aisle together after they were married. The start of their married life, surrounded but their family and friends clapping and smiling with them. Ready to build upon that history together.

Wedding Ceremony at Saint Andrew’s Chapel in Washington, MA
Wedding Reception at Private Residence in Becket, Ma
Officiated by Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell
Wedding Planning and Catering by Mezze Catering
Floral Arrangements by Forget Me Not Florist
Cake by Austin Bayliss
Djed by DJ BFG
Tent and Rentals from Classical Tents and Party Goods
Hair and Makeup by Patricia Luccardi
Wedding Favors: Twickel Lavender