We are thrilled to share photos from the day by Shannon Cronin Photography. If you haven't already, you've got to check her out!
Anne and Zach decided they did not want to see each other before the wedding, so they took photos with their respective bridal parties, but held off on doing a first look. The result was some awesome portraits of getting ready and all of the little details.
Just before walking down the aisle, the bridal party had a chance to glimpse the ceremony setup. The chairs were facing the Atlantic Ocean and a stunning arbor put up by florist Roses & Thistle. A harpist from The Gilded Harps played as the pairs walked down the aisle, until finally it was the bride's turn, escorted by her father. There was not a dry eye in the house, and the groom sported a huge grin on his face! The ceremony featured personal vows from each of them and, before we knew it, they sealed the deal with a kiss.
While guests took in the sights, the bridal party and family took a few photos and then Anne and Zach had their turn at portraits. Taken close to sunset, these are some of the most beautiful portaits we've ever seen! They ventured out onto the rocks for a backdrop like none other.
Out came the giant whoopie pie cake, made by Topsfield Bake Shop. After they cut the "cake," Anne shared an emotional dance with her father, followed by Zach and his mom. Then the dance floor opened up and it was filled for the entire rest of the night. Guests took breaks to hop in the photo booth, grab a drink, or have dessert, but this was definitely a party crowd.