To celebrate this beautiful weather we’re having in New England, I’m excited to feature Torie and Patrick’s Corinthian Yacht Club wedding from almost 1 year ago! Happy almost anniversary you two!
Torie started the day by getting ready at the Corinthian Yacht Club’s beautiful upstairs bridal suite with incredible harbor views. Patrick got ready at his home, and my good friend Allie Luker was there as my second photographer to capture the guys get ready! We joined forces at Chandler Hovey Park in Marblehead, famous for it’s cast-iron lighthouse built in 1896. We took bridal party and family portraits at the park. Torie and Patrick also hosted their wedding ceremony there, a spectacular spot for guests to enjoy the lighthouse and sailboats whipping in and out of the harbor.
After the ceremony, guests followed the bridal party on the short walk back to Corinthian Yacht Club. Torie, Patrick and I snuck away in a car to Eastern Yacht Club, the next facility down the harbor. From the Eastern, we got into the Corinthian Yacht Club’s launch boat and made a grand entrance to the cocktail hour as guests watched from the Corinthian’s large deck. As Patrick and Torie made their way into cocktail hour, Patrick said he felt like the President of the United States – you’ll see why when you see these photos!
This was such an incredible day from start to finish! Marblehead is such a special town with a rich history and incredible vistas for wedding day portraits.
Venue – Corinthian Yacht Club
Florist – Kinship Floral
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