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Ashley and Jeff's Zukas Hilltop Barn Wedding

Ryan Williams


Ashley and Jeff were married on September 18th, with a ceremony and reception at Zukas Hilltop Barn in Spencer, MA.

Jeff and Ashley met while they were playing co-ed softball, and Jeff proposed while they were camping at Waterville Valley over the 4th of July weekend. Jeff had the ring inside his tent the entire time and finally asked her on the last day of their camping trip after they’d gone up to a lookout spot in the mountains. 

On the day of the wedding, we were all a little nervous about the weather. The forecast said that it was supposed to rain all day, but luckily, it held out for us. We even got a little sunlight peeking through the clouds!

Jeff and Ashley opted not to do a first look and actually parted ways after the rehearsal dinner on Thursday. They hadn’t seen each other since then—until she walked down the aisle on Sunday. They had been in suspense and anticipation for the days leading up to the wedding, and it just made the looks on their faces when they finally saw each other again that much more memorable!

Ashley & Jeff, thank you for letting me be part of your amazing day. You two and your friends and family have such a special energy, and I loved being able to share that with you!



Hair: Stef Eastham

Makeup: Tiffany Kowarsky and Stef Eastham

DJ/Band: Rob Alberti Productions

Dress Boutique: Vows Bridal

Caterer/Florist: Cameron and Fairbanks

Krista and Kaveh's Wedding at the Montague Retreat Center

Ryan Williams


Krista and Kaveh were married on July 17th, with a ceremony and reception at the Montague Retreat Center

These two amazing people met during a 5-month volunteer program in Israel, where they were assigned to live in the same apartment. Even though it didn't happen right away, they eventually started to fall for each other and then found themselves in love. After they returned to the states and some time together, they moved from Brooklyn to Jersey City. During the move, they had just spent the day unpacking and organizing their new home when Kaveh asked Krista if she wanted to grab some ice cream and watch the sunset. They went to Dairy Queen and then headed to Liberty State Park. There, with a view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in the background, Kaveh got down on one knee and proposed!

Guests had traveled from near and far to be part of Krista and Kevah’s special day, so before the wedding day, they held a separate picnic and hike at Mount Sugarloaf. It was a special moment, and all the guests were glad for the chance to spend more time with the bride and groom!

The day of the wedding was surprisingly hot, in the low 90s, and with the wide open location, Krista and Kevah thought ahead to keep their guests from overheating by passing out fans for everyone. It was a thoughtful gesture that again showed how much they cared about their friends and family. 

Before the wedding, Kaveh and Krista had a first look, and they were grateful for the chance to just savor the sight of each other before things got busy. They then had a quiet Ketubah signing before the ceremony. Then, before the service started, the rabbi also asked them to take a few moments to look around at their surroundings, their friends and family, and then at each other. In that moment, they were able to truly appreciate all that had brought them together.

After that, they headed off for dancing at the barn. The highlights of the night included the amazing Mediterranean/Middle Eastern food that reflected their meeting in Israel—as well as the Horah that had everyone in the barn getting involved!

Kaveh & Krista, thank you for letting me be part of this amazing day! I was honored to see the love you share with each other—and with your loved ones.



Dress: Bridal Garden

Catering: Meital Aloush

DJ/Band: Chris (Cloud 9 Productions

Hair: Michele Tomlinson (Michele Ann Hair Design)

Makeup: Crystal Vasques (Shelby)

Pie: Granny’s East Hartford

Flowers: Kiersten Wulff (Enterprise Farm, South Deerfield MA) 

Event Coordinator: Tanya Costigan

Rabbi: Robert Scheinberg  

Menswear: Men’s Warehouse

Linens: Jerome’s Party Plus

Décor: Old Engine Works Market Place

Joe and Heather's Alexlee House Wedding

Ryan Williams


Joe and Heather were married on July 2nd, with a ceremony and reception at the Alexlee House in Greenfield, MA. 

These two met through mutual friends during their first year at UMass, and Joe left his jacket behind in the building to make sure that he had an excuse to come back the next day! He just kept coming back every day after that, and they quickly became inseparable until, 12 years later, Joe made dinner at their home on Valentine’s Day and proposed over dessert!

The ceremony itself was stunning as Joe and Heather saw each other for the first time as she walked down the aisle. They had written their own vows, and it was clearly emotional for both the two of them and for everyone in attendance.

After the ceremony, it was off to the reception! While there was not live music, they wanted to do something special for their first dance, and they had Shawn, their DJ, perform Edwin McCain’s “I’ll Be,” a favorite from the time when they first met.

During the reception, the two of them sat outside to watch the Greenfield fireworks in the distance. It was the first time they were really alone together, and they really took the time to enjoy each other’s company, listen to music, and just drink in the love of their family and friends.

Heather & Joe, thank you for allowing us to be part of your amazing day! We wish you nothing but happiness together. 



Caterer & Cake Maker: Lattitude

Wedding Planner: Erin Corriveau from Lattitude helped with our day-of coordination

DJ: Shawn Santanello, Viren Entertainment, also played guitar for ceremony music

Dress Boutique: In White

Meghan and Joe's Delaney House Wedding

Ryan Williams


Meghan and Joe were married on October 10th, with a ceremony and reception at the Delaney House. 

These two had been best friends since high school and had even been dating other people before they finally got together during the summer after their freshman year of college. 

One Spring Break, when Joe was living in Florida working with the Phillies, Meghan came down to visit. They went out to watch the sunset on Clearwater Beach, and Meghan’s friend, Kelly, was busy photographing the scenery and sunset as Joe walked Kelly down the beach. Kelly was distracted by the scenery but happened to snap a photo of the two of them hugging right after Joe proposed!

Joe and Meghan decided not to do a first look for their wedding, so they saw each other for the first time when Meghan was walking down the aisle. They really felt that it was worth it to have that genuine moment of excitement and love!

They wanted to make sure that everyone was having a fun time, so they skipped the soups and appetizers for the meals after the ceremony, just getting down to the main stuff so they could party. And then, once the dancing started, it was amazing to see that everyone stayed out on the dance floor the whole time.

Meghan was definitely a DIY bride—she said that it was important to her to make their wedding as personal as she could. She was also a bit nervous about being the center of attention, but by the time the day of the wedding rolled around, she was having so much fun that she wasn’t nervous or anxious at all!

Thank you, Joe & Meghan, for allowing me to be part of your special day. You two were truly amazing and fun to be around, and I wish you the best in your future together!



Cake Maker: The Delaney House

Makeup: Karrie Welch

Wedding Planner: Rachel Voci (with the Delaney House)

DJ: Steve G. Productions

Florist: Fairview Gardens