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Chelsey and Joe's Wedding at the Lord Jeffery Inn

Ryan Williams


Chelsey and Joseph were married on July 23rd, with a ceremony and reception at the Lord Jeffery Inn

These two met at the end of their senior year in high school at the prom. They weren’t each other’s dates, but they hit it off during the limo ride on the way to the dance! After that, they started dating, and one day, while they were on vacation in the Riviera Maya, Mexico, he woke her up early on a Sunday morning to watch the sunrise. On the beach, as the sun was rising over the ocean, Joe asked Chelsey to be his wife!

Joseph and Chelsey found out that they were expecting before the wedding, so Chelsey found a simple, light dress that ended up being easy to modify—which was so important when their little Mackenzie surprised them with an early arrival!

One of the most amazing moments of the day was the fact that Mother Nature was out on full display, as there were multiple rainbows at the wedding. They couldn’t stop talking about how “magical” the night was!

Joseph & Chelsey, thank you for letting us be part of your special day! We wish you nothing but the best.


Hair: Liz Washer

Makeup: Jenursa Mikalunas

Cake: Atkins Farm Bakery

DJ: Ernie Parent

First Dance Song: “You and Me” by Dave Matthews Band

Dress Boutique: David's Bridal


Florist: Old Friends Farm

Caroline and Rob's Lord Jeffery Inn Wedding

Ryan Williams


Caroline and Rob were married on June 25th, with a ceremony at Mt. Sugarloaf State Reservation and a reception at the Lord Jeffery Inn.

Caroline and Rob met on Facebook as they were getting ready to start their freshman year at UMass. The two of them had joined the “Van Meter Hall” Facebook group after getting their dorm room assignments so that they could connect with their neighbors. A particular profile caught Rob’s eye—a pretty girl three doors down who played guitar and listened to Bob Dylan and Radiohead. He decided to message her, and they began chatting on Facebook as well as AOL Instant Messenger until they were spending their nights talking on the phone. When Rob proposed in August of 2014, he did so in front of Van Meter Hall—back where it all began.

The ceremony on the mountain was unreal. Rob played guitar as Caroline walked down the aisle, and one of their best friends—who had known them since the beginning thanks to being Caroline’s freshman year roommate—married the two of them. 

Caroline and Rob also performed for their friends and family at the reception, and by the time they sang their last song (“Wagon Wheel”), no one was seated. Throughout the day, Rob kept looking at Caroline and asking, “Is this real life?” He was clearly amazed by how beautiful the wedding day was!

The day was also filled with personal touches. The table numbers were made with vinyl records that they had collected over the years, and Rob made the ceremony arch himself. One of Caroline’s oldest and dearest friends, who she had known since Kindergarten, was the one to hand-dye pieces of fabric and ribbon for the photo booth and flower bouquet. Another of their friends made hand-lettered signs for the ceremony and reception. Not to mention the flowers—Caroline had a vision of what she wanted, and the “outdoor” element of the ballroom was truly unforgettable!

Rob & Caroline, thank you so much for allowing me to be part of your day! You two truly are wonderful, and I wish you nothing but the best.



Cake Maker: Atkin's Farm

Band: Silver Arrow Band

First Dance Song: If Not For You - Bob Dylan

Dress Boutique: Ceremony Boston

Florist: Forget me not Florist

Limo Service: Absolute Luxury

Makeup and Hair by Natalie: 

Fabric detail: DAHU NY

Signs: Long Lost Lizard

Anna and Adrian's Wedding at the Lord Jeffery Inn

Ryan Williams


Anna and Adrian were married on June 4th, with a ceremony and reception at the Lord Jeffery Inn.

These two amazing people met at UMass during Anna’s first year of college and Adrian’s sophomore year. Her roommate at the time had lost her phone at an on-campus event, and Adrian had offered to help look. As they were searching, they struck up a conversation, and he ended up asking for her number!

Anna told the story of how Adrian proposed to her:

Adrian proposed in Orlando when he took me to see the new Diagon Alley addition to Harry Potter World at Universal (we are HUGE fans). On Wednesday, August 6th, 2014, we spent the day by our hotel pool relaxing with a few cocktails, chatting about our relationship and our happy memories. It was super sweet, but I thought nothing of it because Adrian is such a romantic. Later that night, he told me that we were going somewhere special for dinner, and so we got all dressed up (he even wore a bowtie!) and headed out to downtown Orlando. He seemed a little nervous, and I was a little curious at this point but said nothing. It was the perfect date; we drank fine wine, ate a gourmet meal and had the most amazing crème brûlée for dessert. All throughout the night, we talked about us and where we saw it all going with school, work, etc. Again, I was curious but thought nothing of it. After dinner, we went out for drinks and still NOTHING! At this point, if I had any suspicion that he would propose, it was completely gone. When we got back to the hotel, I got into my pajamas, and Adrian tapped me on the shoulder and then I turned around and BOOM! There he was with the ring in his hand. Turns out he was waiting for the right time all night and that moment with only us and no one around was just it. We then spent the next day telling all our family and friends and celebrating at Disneyworld!

Before the wedding itself, Anna and Adrian had a prior to heading out to the customized ceremony that was meant to honor not only their commitment to each other but to God and their families. It was truly beautiful, and CJC Productions did a stunning job not only with the uplighting but with the chandelier on the pergola that just completed the stunning vision. 

After that, they headed to the reception, where they started things off with a beautiful first dance. It wasn’t choreographed—just the two of them having fun together and setting the tone for the night!

Adrian & Anna, thank you for allowing me to be part of your amazing day, 10 years in the making! It’s obvious to see the true love and commitment you two share, and I wish you nothing but the best!



Location of Reception: The Lord Jeffery Inn

Officiant: Justice Maryann DeLoria

Cake Maker: Greggory's Pastry Shop

Wedding Planner: Events by Jackie M.

Hair & Makeup: Crystal Vazquez and Company

DJ / Band: Steve G. Productions

First Dance Song: Like I'm Gonna Lose You ft. John Legend

Dress Boutique: Bridal Heirlooms

Caterer: The Lord Jeffery Inn

Florist: Forget Me Not Florist

Sarah and David's Wedding at the Lord Jeffrey Inn

Ryan Williams

Sarah and David were married on October 25th, with a ceremony and reception at the Lord Jeffrey Inn

Dave grew up in Chicago, and so that’s where he wanted to propose. The day before Thanksgiving in 2014, he brought Sarah to the John Hancock Tower on Michigan Avenue. Sarah suspected something, but Dave had a history of surprise dinners, so there was no real guarantee of a ring. Dave managed to play it sufficiently cool as the restaurant staff prepared a table with a stunning view of the Loop, Navy Pier, and the Wilis (nee Sears) Tower. With a little-unexpected help from a tourist taking pictures in front of the table, Sarah didn’t notice the flowers on the table until it was too late and Dave was already on one knee. When she said yes, the entire dining room broke into applause. 

Before the ceremony, Sarah and David decided to have a first look. She couldn’t wait to see Dave in his suit and for Dave to see her in her dress, and she seemed so much more relaxed for having seen him.

The ceremony itself was beautiful, especially the look in Dave’s eyes when he couldn’t keep from watching Sarah the entire time. It was clear that these two truly care for each other as well as for the people around them.

After the ceremony, Dave and Sarah had a “yichud,” which is a moment in Jewish tradition that the bride and groom share alone after the ceremony. For just a few moments, it was just the two of them, and they both came back from it feeling ready to take on the reception and all the celebrations ahead. 

Sarah & David, thank you so much for allowing me to be part of your celebrations. It was truly a beautiful and memorable occasion!



Cake Maker: Greggory's Pastry

DJ or Band: Viren Entertainment

First Dance Song: You Are the Best Thing - Ray Lamontagne

Dress Boutique: Camilla's - Arlington, MA

Caterer: LJI

Florist: Designing Images