Unfortunately, the end of the summer is here. At Without A Hitch, we've been fortunate to have a busy summer, with six fabulous weddings. Check out our favorite highlights and moments from all of them below:
We were so impressed by Lisa and Alyssa's May wedding. Among our favorite moments was an emotional Ketubah signing involving all the guests, an exciting and involved Hora, and the amazing produce-inspired centerpieces.
Masha and Jeff's wedding was a true outdoor camp wedding, which began with a lakeside ceremony and ended with s'mores. We loved the food that kept coming, including late night sandwiches (served after midnight!), and an ice cream photo session for the bridal party.
Katie and Patrick's aquarium wedding, was a New England Wedding to die for! Between the navy and coral color accents, emotional first look, and gorgeous harbor-side photographs, there was nothing not to love. Their photos in front of the aquarium tanks are some of our favorites!
Emily and Brian completely fulfilled their nautical themed wedding. We adored their private cliff-side ceremony, "the pint's on us!" glasses as favors, and anniversary station - guests could leave notes for the couple to read on their first, fifth, tenth, or twenty-fifth anniversary!
Amanda and Jeff's Boston wedding was intimate and full of personality. The couple and guests were transported around the city with a trolley to a tour of Harpoon Brewery, and reception at Marliave Restaurant. At the reception, guests danced the night away - the tables even had to be moved aside to accommodate everyone! We especially loved the couples guestbook featuring guests snapping pictures on an old fashioned polaroid camera.
Our most recent and last wedding of the summer was Matt and Gitta's nuptials in Waltham. Our favorite moments include passionate Russian dancing and limbo contest, Father of the Bride speech in three (three!!) different languages, and an exciting mother/son dance, flash-mob style.
Note from Sarah!
Life got too crazy to blog, but please enjoy these archives of some of our favorite past weddings.