I heard on the news the other day that this winter is officially the coldest winter in Boston in over 150 years, and that certainly felt like the case at Ashley & Rob’s Harrington Farm wedding. But their Valentine’s wedding had such a warm vibe thanks to their fantastically fun family and friends, and their irresistably cozy wedding venue. We’ve photographed weddings at Harrington Farm during every season, and winter might be my favorite.
Here are some of my favorite moments and details of Ashley & Rob’s beautiful Valentine’s-inspired winter wedding.
Ashley is so totally calm, and beautiful inside and out. I love this portrait of her.
After an impromtu first look, they snuck away at Harrington Farm for a few quiet minutes with each other while we created gently-crafted portraits of the two of them. I think temperatures were in the single digits, but they braved the cold with the help of some “warm thoughts” just long enough to capture the beautiful front-porch portrait of the two of them that makes my heart sing…and then her veil was whisked away (FAR away) by the wind. Rob saved the day, and we moved inside for the rest of the pictures. I don’t think anyone was upset by this decision but boy, the “one outside picture” as it is now coined, was completely worth all of it.
This next image is one of my favorites of the day, as Ashley adjusts her beautiful gown.
Rob & Ashley were married at Edward the Confessor in Westminster.
I adore their tuxes – Rob & best man Bob looking handsome and happy as Ashley comes down the aisle.
Back at Harrington Farm, it was time to celebrate Ashley & Rob. They hired the very talented band, Rare Form, to help get everybody grooving, starting with their first dance during which they invited their guests to join them on the dance floor.
Congratulations Ashley & Rob! Your wedding was an absolutely wonderful way to start of Valentine’s Weekend.