photos in this entry courtesy of Jay Ericson: www.jayericson.com
I’m having a blast here! It’s so incredibly fun to be receiving these photographs and remembering so many beautiful moments.
Megan and Ron’s ceremony was at the lovely and historic First Congregational Church in Manchester, Vermont last August. Here are some of Megan’s flowers, courtesy of floral designer Jennifer Johnston.
Megan and Ron’ s ceremony was a classic, old fashioned church wedding. I remember Megan’s huge smile and enthusiastic and heartfelt nod of the head when the time came for “I do!”
Megan and Ron chose “Turidae” duo for their ceremony, myself on flute and my daughter Mariah alternating between harp and violin.
Prelude music was a mix of classical and Celtic. Megan chose the traditional Irish tune “Chanter” to be played on flute and harp toward the beginning of the prelude, and “Danny Boy,” also flute and harp, toward the end of the prelude, after guests were seated and just before the processionals. Megan and Ron’s choices for the ceremony were quite traditional:
The processional for the maid of honor was “Air” from Handel’s “Water Music,” again with flute/harp duo.
Megan’s processional: “Canon in D” by Pachelbel, this one with flute/violin.
The recessional: Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March,” flute/violin again here.
Megan also recommends Marie-France Eloi at www.cuisinelucette.com, for her
beautiful and scrumptuous cake, pictured to the right: