We recently spent a week in Nantucket for a wedding celebration with some dear friends. You may remember me posting a needlepoint project on instagram for this event. I saw this canvas maybe a year ago, and I remember thinking, if Katie gets married, it will probably be in Nantucket, and I’ll do this for a wedding gift.
We walked every morning, and as usual, I drove my husband crazy taking photos every 3 steps. How could I not? Everywhere you look, there is a photo waiting to be taken!
Greydon House is a gorgeous new boutique hotel we had heard about in town. We ate lunch there after a walk one day and enjoyed it so much, we took our friends back the next day. Seriously delicious…
The wedding was about the most charming I’ve ever been to. I may or may not say that after every single wedding I go to, but seriously, just walking down the cobblestone streets to this church feels very special. After the ceremony, the guests line the pathway on their way out. The bride and groom walk down the center with smiles, church bells ringing and the classic rose petal toss.
With all the excitement of vacation and wedding and Nantucket, I didn’t plan ahead regarding my phone battery. Luckily, I took photos as soon as we arrived, because you guys, MY PHONE DIED at the reception. In hindsight, it’s probably better this way, because I could have/would have taken photos and videos all night. All I can tell you is the band was amazing. The food was amazing. The tent was amazing. The whole thing was amazing.
Desperate to share a glimpse of the evening, I’ve tried taking screen shots on my phone from my instagram stories, which I posted early in the evening pre-battery death.
A truly unforgettable night!
Katie, the bride, wrote and co-produced the new Netflix movie, Set it Up, and it came out the night before her wedding! You may have seen it advertised on the back cover of People…