Bobbie-Jo & Brian had a picturesque seaside wedding in Nahant, with so many unique, elegant details that made for a super fun evening.
The Cary Street Club has breathtaking views of the Atlantic, no matter where you stand, making it a perfect spot for the Nahant natives’ seaside ceremony.
The bride and groom played “Rock, Paper, Scissors” to decide who would read their personalized vows first. Just another unique, fun touch from Bobbie-Jo and Brian.
Fly fishing played a key roll in their relationship when Brian and Bobbie-Jo first started dating. So the couple tied it into their details, including the groom’s boutonniere, that he created himself from a fly fishing lure:
The spread from Sensational Foods included an impressive raw bar set up inside a rowboat.
The wedding featured two bands, one for the cocktail hour and one for the reception.
The dance floor was packed ALL NIGHT LONG!
Another unique touch: the bride and groom hired a cupcake truck (Pipe Dream Cupcakes) and passed out cupcakes to all their guests.
Bobbie-Jo and Brian lit up the night with sparklers and sky lanterns.
Thank you Bobbie-Jo and Brian for letting me capture your colorful, classy and oh-so-fun wedding!
Wedding Dress | Anthropologie Marivana Lace Gown
Bridesmaids Dresses | Modcloth
Groom and Groomsmen attire | Joseph A Bank (Vinnin Square Swampscott, MA)
Florist | Flowers by Darlene
Ceremony & Reception Venue | Cary Street Club Nahant, MA
Wedding Coordinator | Stacy Rolfe of Sensational Foods
Catering | Sensational Foods Watertown, MA
Cake | Pipe Dream Cupcakes (Cupcake Truck)
Entertainment Services | Third Stone, Alan Andrade
Invitations | Woodchick
Favors | Customized beverage koozies, sparklers & Chinese lanterns
Photobooth | BTTR photobooth
first dance | At Last by Etta James
father/daughter | What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong
mother/son | Days Like This by Van Morrison
From the Newlyweds
What was the most memorable moment of your day?
The dance floor. I loved how it was full for hours of the reception. I love to dance 🙂
What was your favorite detail?
The photobooth- I loved how I could look up at the porch and see many people laughing/posing silly for pictures and having a good time.
Any advice for future brides/grooms?
Dance as much as possible and enjoy the evening. Its your day!
Funniest memory from your wedding day?
My little niece, Gracie dancing with the groom’s best friend, Joel Durgin (she still talks about him. It was her first visit to Boston and meeting Joel.
She calls him her blue boyfriend). I also really enjoyed seeing my mom embrace the dance party!!
If you could do it all over, would you change anything?
Where did you go on your honeymoon?
We’re going in January- Fiji and New Zealand