I’ve re-written the beginning of this entry so many times, because nothing I come up with accurately described the love and joy I feel for Jeff and Jennie and their wedding day. These two are our LA family’s troop leaders – the ones who gather us together, who are the first to start a game night, who make the BEST pizza, who give amazing computer assistance (Jeff) and medical advice (Jennie), who celebrate our successes and comfort us during sad times, who tell it like it is, and who are ALWAYS there for the people they love, night or day. Although we all went to Emerson College, I didn’t meet them until I moved out to Los Angeles. I’m forever grateful to have them in my life!
Jeff and Jennie got hitched at Kinney Bungalow in Narragansett, Rhode Island on a very warm California-esque day – I think we brought the LA weather with us! Everyone teamed up to create a special DIY wedding for these two dear friends. Their day was unique for so many reasons. It’s not very often I have the chance to photograph the wedding of such close friends and be surrounded by SO many people I love too! Even though I see a lot of these friends regularly, there was something magical about all of us traveling across the country to attend this once-in-a-lifetime event. The experience was truly a joy. Here are lots of favorites from Jeff and Jennie’s gorgeous day!
With the ladies of Garlic My Soul! I don’t normally make the groom take my photo, but again, this was a special circumstance!
I’m not normally one to post more than a couple reception photos, but we had ourselves one awesome party!
Jeff at the end of the night. Maybe my favorite capture of the day?
To close out after all of those sweaty and totally sober dancing photos – one of my real faves. I love you two!!!!
Venue: Kinney Bungalow in Narragansett, RI
Photography: Mary Costa Photography
Assistant Photographer: Donna Caster
Wedding Coordinator/life support: Corelyn Coates
Save the Dates/Invitations: Jessica Kucinskas
Cake: Marissa Sertich Velie
Ceremony backdrop: Megan Roy
Officiant: Maribeth Breen
Special thanks: Mike Ellis