Oh my goodness, we simply love this couple and this wedding! Teryn and Jason are the absolute sweetest! They have been together for 10 years after meeting at a UMass Dartmouth football game. They are carefree, enjoying simply living life like running errands together and sharing a coffee. As they say, “It’s just easy.” Their Plimoth Plantation was perfect from start to finish, and we loved celebrating with these awesome people and their family and friends.
Teryn and Jason rented houses in downtown Plymouth to get ready for their big day. They exchanged gifts before the ceremony, which is one of our favorite new traditions. Jason gave Teryn a diamond bracelet that had belonged to his mother. The couple made a lovely tribute to Jason’s mom and saved her a seat during the ceremony. You know she was watching down from heaven on this beautiful day and was smiling.
The day started overcast which worried the bride for her outdoor ceremony. However, the weather stayed clear and the sun even poked through just in time for some beautiful golden hour portraits with this gorgeous couple. Teryn and Jason exchanged vows in front of the rock wall in Hornblower Garden, a beautiful spot to say “I do”. Their JP was Jason’s brother-in-law and best friend Steve, who kept making everyone laugh with his jokes and his love for the groom. We then boarded the trolley and headed to the barn on the property, which is a fantastic place for photos! The warm glowing light was so pretty while Jason and Teryn toasted one another, snuggled, laughed, strolled, and kissed before heading into their reception.
Their first dance was probably our favorite part of the entire night. Jason and Teryn were so excited to be married, and their faces truly showed it! We loved the shared snuggles as well as the many dips and kisses that happened throughout their song “You are the Best Thing” by Ray LeMontagne. The room looked amazing with their pink and purple uplighting and the string lights outlining the tent. These two newlyweds added so much personality to their dance, and it was met with many cheers!
They DIYed so many details, its probably just easiest to list them. They made their programs into craft paper fans for the ceremony. Jason constructed their wedding arch out of birch branches. They created their centerpieces and table numbers, as well as signs for the ceremony and reception. Teryn and Jason had a wooden sign for their guests to leave notes for the happy newlyweds. They decorated their cocktail tables with jars and candles twisted with twine, giving a rustic feel to the tented reception.
We are so excited to share this gorgeous wedding with you all. Much love to the new Mr. + Mrs. Gorgone!