Molly and Reb were beyond excited to celebrate their wedding at the Somerset Hills Hotel. It checked all the boxes of being close to their hometown, close to their church, and newly renovated!
They loved that their family and friends could stay the night, and everyone could have tons of extra time together after finally being able to all be together post-covid.
Molly and Reb absolutely adore her kids and were excited to have them as a huge part of their celebration too.
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Molly and Reb’s first date was going to see Loving Vincent at the Doylestown County Theater. It was great to discover and share our love of independent films! Clearly, they have a great eye for beautiful vintage art, and the jewelry Molly wore at the wedding is a testament to that too.
Molly has a great relationship with her stylist, and she knew having her there to do her hair would make for a relaxed morning, which is what every bride wants on their big day! Christina of Christina Antonelli Salon was kind and fun to have there as the girls got ready.
We had to include these pliers in this couple’s photos. Molly found a straight pin sewn into her bridal gown the morning of the wedding and called Reb to save the day. He delivered!
The Virgo in me also secretly loves that she had the timeline I sent her printed out. So organized.
Our bride’s mom was feeling emotional seeing her daughter ready to walk down the aisle. A sweet moment they will treasure, for sure.
Reb got ready at their house with Molly’s son Zach.
It means so much to her that her son and soon-to-be husband have this bond with each other that will only continue to grow after the wedding day.
Reb knows Molly’s kids give great advice! He asked them how to propose to her, and on New Year’s Eve, he went the traditional route of “ring in the champagne glass,” and she loved it.
An emotional first look for these two!
So excited to see each other on their wedding day at Somerset Hills Hotel.
For portraits, this couple chose Cross Estate Garden as the perfect outdoor spot. Close to their houses and beautiful, we got so many great shots here!
Molly and Reb knew they wanted only the most important people in their lives, his brother and her kids, by their side as their bridal party.
It was on the warmer side for October, but this couple didn’t mind with the beauty of this place surrounding them!
We had the place all to ourselves, so we could really take advantage of all the interesting gardens.
Molly’s bouquet really complimented the natural elements here and was simply stunning.
October is such a great month to get married – there is so much still in bloom, adding a pop of color to the day!
All smiles on wedding day for Molly and Reb.
So many great backdrops for this couple. The classic white and navy truly pop here.
A sweet moment for Molly and her son as he walked her down the aisle.
Molly and Reb love to laugh together as a couple – their wedding was no exception to this rule.
Molly’s favorite things about Reb are that he is caring and thoughtful. He makes her coffee each morning, even though he doesn’t even drink it!
Reb’s favorite things about Molly are that she’s smart, deep, and caring. He thinks she’s a goddess!
Reb knew from day one that Molly was “the one.” Now it’s official!
So excited to be husband and wife! Off to the Somerset Hills Hotel to celebrate!
Reb and Molly kept their wedding simple, with a few of the traditional elements sprinkled in. First dance for these two made the cut. Sharing an intimate moment on the dance floor of the Somerset Hills Hotel.
Some sweet details at the reception, highlighting that beautiful blue and gold theme.
Reb’s mom nailed it with her speech. These two were loving it!
This bride and groom kept their guest list small, and because only the most important people to them were in the room, they broke the mold and gave a speech of their own. They thanked everyone for coming and being there to celebrate their love. It was a really unique moment that their guests won’t soon forget.
You can always count on the kids to get the party started.
When your work friends, who have been there since day 1 of your story, know you well enough to steal part of your wedding dress, they’ve obviously become more like family. A funny moment for all involved!
Always a great time when your kids are old enough to party with you.
Grandma was not missing out on any of the fun!
I am wishing Reb and Molly a lifetime of snuggling their pugs, watching detective shows and movies, working out, eating the best food, and golfing by the beach.
Blending two families comes with the sweetest moments, and if that’s your story, I’d love to capture it for you. Get in touch here.