Tucked away in a tiny artistic town in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, my very best friend vowed her life to her love. If you have never been to Mass MoCA in North Adams, it is a must. The route to get there alone is gorgeous. Little roads that hug the mountains and rivers, eventually climbing you up in elevation where the overlook lets you discover the magic of the small town of North Adams. You can walk from mom and pop downtown pizza places to the beautiful museum that seems to be so comfortably placed surrounded by trees and architecture of previous decades.
There is this magical spirit to my best friend, that glows even brighter when she is surrounded by artists, and art – whether contemporary, modern, or romantic. This lady is all things wonderful and the fact that I get to share parts of my life with her in it, makes this darn world a more beautiful place for me, and everyone else that is able to have her around. She is resilient, strong, kind, and of course creative. Matt is the perfect blend of spunk and excitement for her. Together these two created the most joyous day for all of their loved ones.
They chose their venue with a full heart of knowing the love and wonder it brought both of them as they visited its exhibits together. They crafted a day that would make the experience of their wedding exciting and fun for all that came. A unique path to take as you entered into the building and made your way from ceremony to reception, a long family style table to interact with loved ones, a surprise band to kick the night off. Each moment more special then the last.
| Hair & Makeup – Hair Gallery at the Mill |
| Band – Silver Arrow Band |
| Dress – Madison James | Boutique – The Wedding Embassy |
| Florist – Mt. Williams Greenhouses |
| Stationary – Minted |
| Venue – Mass MoCa |
| Officiant – Grace Ceremonies |
| Cake – Austin Bayliss | Caterer – Gramercy Bistro |
Mass MoCA is amazing and allow you to take portraits in your favorite exhibits. Jackie’s love for the museum started because of her amazement with Sol LeWitt, who has multiple floors with of his artwork throughout Mass MoCA. So of course, we made some time to sneak down there and have a little portrait fun with some of her favorite pieces.
Happy almost one year to my two favorites.