Lord Jeffery Inn Wedding :: September Amherst, Ma Wedding :: Grace Episcopal Church Ceremony :: Sneak Peek :: Danielle and Bryan

Danielle and Bryan's wedding day was vibrant. It's the word that I keep coming back to. It truly describes the setting, the decor, and the energy throughout the day. After Danielle and Bryan said 'I do' in the church next to the Lord Jeffery Inn, their wedding party, family, and friends lined up outside the church's entrance. As they stepped out, the cheers could probably be heard across town! Rose petals flew through the air. Their dog, Tenney, led the way. And these two newly weds walked together from the church back to the inn. 

That energy only increased as the day went on. When Danielle and Bryan were introduced at their reception the excitement was palpable. As they hit the dance floor, Bryan grabbed the microphone for a rousing game day speech that would've made Bill Belichick proud, and then they took each other's hands and went into their first dance together as husband and wife. Tenney even joined them for the last few moments of that dance as everyone in the tent laughed and clapped. As soon as dinner was over, that same dance floor was packed for the rest of the night! It was a beautiful and vibrant celebration!

Wedding Ceremony at Grace Episcopal Church in Amherst, Ma
Wedding Officiated by Rev. Thomas Synan
Wedding Reception at The Lord Jeffery Inn in Amherst, Ma
Wedding Photography by Michelle Girard Photography and Design, LLC
Florals Arrangements by Badgers Flowers & Co.
Wedding Invitations by Hobart and Haven
Cake by Atkins Farms
Videography by JayNandez Films
Cocktail Hour Acoustic Music by Jack and His Guitar
Reception DJed by TSG Weddings
Hair and Makeup by Pretty Bar by Danielle Keefe Artistry
Wedding Gown by Liancarlo from Vows in Boston, Ma
Shoes by Badgley Mischka
Bridesmaid's Dresses by Jenny Yoo with Kate Spade jewelry and JCrew clutches
Groom and Groomsmen attire from Men's Wearhouse Tux Rentals
Wedding Rings from Amoroso Jewelers in Boston, MA
Wedding Favors were Cider Donuts from Atkins Farm