I couldn’t feel more honored to capture Len and Lynne’s wedding day. They are true soul mates! Their nuptials were filled with love, inspiration and joy. Martha’s Vineyard became a summer home for these two, and held such a strong place in their hearts that it made perfect sense to get married here. They both love to travel, hike and fish, and their connection to nature and to this authentic island is vibrant.
They formed the foundation of a strong relationship while they spent the summer of 2014 going on long walks around the city of Philadelphia, through the Wissahickon woods, and along the banks of the Schuylkill River. They had long, rambling conversations about art, family and politics, and they could sense each other's intelligence and intensity. The true spark came when they kissed for the first time, standing outside Lynne's apartment in December. Before the month was over they both had the sense that they had met the person who would understand them, respect them, and support them in their passions.
These two beautiful people chose to prepare for their ceremony in Edgartown and did their first look and an intimate session at the Chappy Ferry and Edgartown lighthouse. The ceremony took place at Lamberts Cove Beach on a day with tranquil blue water. The path through the woods opened to a magnificent, panorama view of the beach. Lynne picked the spot for her ceremony to include the James Pond Cut and Makonikey Head cliffs as a backdrop. The ceremony was an emotional moment for the both of them, and while they were reading their vows they were both laughing and crying with joy. Who could ask for more?
Their love story has left a glow in my heart! I wish you both an ocean of love. Stay as lighthearted, kind, high-minded and gracious as you were that day. Our world needs more people like you! Share this knowledge and love with those around you!
The reception took place at the Lucky Hanks where delicious food and a cozy atmosphere was shared with the immediate family. A fitting end to a perfect day. Thank you so much for your kind card and appreciation! Its so rare to get personal mail these days and It was surprisingly refreshing.