Mt Washington Mill Dye House Wedding
This Mt Washington Mill Dye House Wedding is one that holds such a special place in my heart! Corey and Liza are the type of people you want to be friends with- they have a contagious energy and laughter that engulfs you into their world. I knew from the moment we did their engagement shoot that their wedding was going to be something very special. We did their portraits before the ceremony starting with an intimate 1st look with the beautiful backdrop of the rustic Mt Washington Mill, followed by their bridal party and family formals. Doing all the portraits ahead of time gave us more time for creativity and ease so that after the ceremony they could enjoy their cocktail hour.
Family and close friends gathered for an intimate signing of the Katuba. From meeting Corey and Liza it was very evident they REALLY loved their cats. Their Ketubah incorporated their cute little meows and was a work of art! Following the Katuba signing the ceremony began in the outdoor Courtyard of the Mt Washington Mill. Liza’s mom and brother sang the processional moving everyone to tears. It was so beautiful seeing so many of Corey and Liza’s friends who came from far and near so present with their friends day- many tears and uproarious laughter ensued the ceremony.
I don’t think I have ever seen a more beautiful reception site! Farm tables were adorned with moss, succulents, candlelight and beautiful seasonal flowers arranged by Local Color Flowers. Their wedding planners Lorin and Sharon of Celebrations could not have a done a more perfect job in seamlessly executing the day. The toasts were poetic and impressionable and left you feeling the deep impact that Corey and Liza have had on their family and friends.
Mt Washington Mill Dye House Wedding Photos
Wedding Planners | Lorin and Sharon of Celebrations LLC
Getting Ready | Admiral Fells Inn
Flowers | Local Color Flowers
Ceremony | Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Reception | Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Catering | Copper Kitchen
Music/Entertainment |Brad Hunter, Party Central