Audrey & Scot's Montague Wedding

The bride and groom exit the church surrounded by family throwing rice

The bride and groom exit the church surrounded by family throwing rice

Audrey & Scot had a wonderful wedding ceremony and reception in Montague, MA. The ceremony was held at the Montague Grange, a 175 year old building that has recently been renovated. The couple's friend let them borrow his vintage 1964 Thunderbird Convertible to use for photographs and to drive themselves to the reception in. Hopefully they got to take it for a joyride since the reception was right down the road at the Montague Night Kitchen, below the famous Montague Bookmill (books you don't need in a place you can't find).

We had fun posing for pictures with the Thunderbird in the center of town on the commons, with historic buildings in the background. I was dreaming of a vegan burger joint with waitstaff on roller skates to use as a backdrop, but so far no such enterprise exists in Montague.

A formal portrait of the bride and groom with wedding party and 1964 Thunderbird Convertible

A formal portrait of the bride and groom with wedding party and 1964 Thunderbird Convertible

The decorations for the wedding were all made by Audrey and "her girls", and I must say they were very stylish and classy. The ceremony was Pagan, and the Grange was decorated in white that photographed beautifully. The reception hall was decorated in yellows and pinks, which matched the bridesmaids dresses and the Thunderbird. It made for some fun and colorful photographs.

Thanks Audrey & Scot, for the wonderful day and for choosing me to be your photographer. I wish you many years of happiness and inspiration.