Jane & Daniel || Lincoln, MA Wedding (1 of 2)
Another great wedding to share today! Or at least, part one of their wedding... Jane and Daniel are one of the sweetest couples! I just loved being a part of their wedding. In Jane's words, the most important thing for us was to be surrounded by friends and family who we love. We wanted to make sure everyone had a good time. That they did, I'm sure! Many of their family and friends were up visiting from Louisville, Kentucky, so there was a nice "North meets South" theme going on. I'm down with that, as I'm originally from Georgia and my dear husband is a Massachusetts native. Ceremony: St Joseph's Church, Lincoln, MA
Reception: Pierce House, Lincoln, MA
I love hearing about how couples met and got engaged! Here is Jane and Daniel's story:
Daniel & Jane met at music department event at Amherst College in 2005. Daniel was the handsome jazz pianist, and Jane was in the audience. After the performance, Daniel struck up conversation with Jane and dated for ~1 month. They went their separate ways after that month, but remained friends throughout the rest of college. Fast forward to 2008. Daniel graduated in the spring of 2008, but remained on campus as a music TA while Jane started her senior year. Due to Daniel's role in the music department and Jane's status as a music major, they both found ourselves in the music library more often than not. Daniel was a gentleman and often offered Jane a ride home after studying in the library. They began dating in November and have been together ever since!
Jane and her bridesmaids got ready at Jane's parents gorgeous home in Lincoln, Mass. The drive there was spectacular, too, going through farm country and old colonial homes through the heart of a classic New England town. Just my favorite.
I love the bridesmaids peeking!
And then seeing Jane for the first time... so much emotion! Daniel's three sisters, with their hands on their hearts.
We were able to take a slight detour and the friendly people at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum let us in to take a few quick shots with the iconic heart sculptures.