To say this year has been challenging for brides and grooms would be an understatement. Sarah and Ben had been planning their August 2020 wedding at the beautiful Quonquont Farm in Whately, MA for over a year. Just two months before their date, they made the difficult decision to postpone their larger wedding celebration to 2021. The latest large-gathering guidelines here in Massachusetts would just not make their wedding feasible. But like so many other couples, Sarah and Ben decided to have a microwedding on their original wedding date.
Microwedding to Remember
Microweddings certainly were not a “thing” until 2020. Sigh. But as a photographer, I have to say, I am loving them! A microwedding is basically just a condensed wedding, with way less people and a ton less stress!!
After shooting a few microweddings this summer, I see how truly intimate they can be – which is what a wedding is really all about, right?! The union between two people.
With only their immediate family members by their side, Sarah and Ben said their I Do’s and officially became Mr. and Mrs. on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon in August. Although the day looked a lot different than originally planned, it turned out absolutely perfect!! Sarah and Ben’s microwedding consisted of their ceremony, formal portraits for both them and their family members, first dances, toasts and even a cake cutting. Here’s a peak at this beautiful couples’ images…
View Sarah and Ben’s beach engagement session from last summer!
Congratulations Sarah and Ben! I can’t wait to capture your 2021 wedding reception at Quonquont Farm with all of your friends and family!
If you are planning a microwedding and in need of a photographer, I’d love to chat! Inquire here to learn about how I can customize a package for you.