Liz + Greg: Massachusetts Barn Wedding
March 12, 2014
Do you remember Liz and Greg’s music inspired engagement session? Well, their wedding in Massachusetts at the Warfield House was no less inspired or musical.
Greg trying to get his tie absolutely perfect…
While Greg is a rock star – more on that later – Liz was truly the rock star of the day at the wedding. Did I mention that Liz had a broken heel? Because she did! And she did not let it stop her from partying – she even wore a bedazzled boot!
Do you remember their dog Maydine from the engagement shoot? Well, she made a brief appearance at the wedding. She does not appear to be thrilled about her bow tie.
There are a lot of people on either side of the conversation of doing a ‘first look’ at a wedding. Personally, I love them!
So many gorgeous details!
Yes, that’s Greg serenading Liz as she walks down the aisle…
And those are his groomsmen, who are also in his band, playing along with him.
Truly a gentleman, Greg carried Liz to the cocktail hour.
And serenaded her again during their first dance…
Did I mention that Greg is in a band? Well he even played for part of the reception with his band, Greg Smith and the Broken English (whose new album is coincidentally available for pre-order on iTunes – I took press and cover photos) as well as numerous other musical guests.
Yes, even ‘legendary legend’ Johnny Stevens was in attendance…
Give it up for the guest horn section! Horn sections make everything awesome…true story!
As you can tell, a good time was had…
And they finished the night with a performance of “I Had the Time of My Life”
I too had the time of my life, and I owe it all to Liz and Greg. Thanks for having me – it was awesome!
Venue: The Warfield House
Hair: Christi Grail of The Firefly Salon
Cake: Cupcake Cafe
Caterer: Special Request Catering
Cinematography: Dylan Tuccillo
Dress Designer: Galina for David’s Bridal
Flowers: Susie Agrillo Events and Design
Groom’s Attire: James/Sharp for Hugo Boss
Jewelry: Satomi Kawakita Jewelry
Band: Greg Smith and the Broken English
Signage and Program: Aaron Webber