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*NEW* Molly & Tim's Wedding Photos Added!

I'm a big believer that the place you choose to have your wedding should hold some sort of special significance to either you or your spouse. Maybe it's a church you attend on a regular basis or a location in the city where you met. Perhaps it's even something as simple as a rustic barn that you feel symbolizes your folk some charm. Regardless, I truly believe that no matter WHERE you choose where you get married, there should be a WHY you chose to get married there. And, in that way, Molly and Tim may have most other couples beat as their wedding ceremony at Saint Ramuald Chapel and reception at the beautiful Farmhouse-by-the-Sea in Matunuck, Rhode Island was as personal as it gets. Growing up with her parents owning a home a block away from both locations– not to mention one of her first jobs being at Theater-By-the-Sea, Matunuck has always felt like home for Molly and it's hard to imagine a venue more suited to deliver on that comfort level than Farmhouse-by-the-Sea. But, more importantly, Molly and Tim's choice of location helped shape the feel of their wedding day as the relaxed beach environment made for one of the most chill and casual weddings I've ever seen. Whether it was formal photos on South Kingstown Town Beach or a super smooth first dance inside a giant tent at the Farmhouse, this was a day where fun reigned supreme and there was no room for wedding stress. It was exactly what this bride and groom always envisioned and everything they hoped for. In other words ... it was perfect. So, if you'd like to see a true southern Rhode Island wedding that practically screams the Ocean State, check out photos from Molly & Tim's wedding day by clicking here. Thanks for checking out the blog and be sure to let me know what you think!

-PJS 7/17/17

Beyond the Lens: A blog by Paul J. Spetrini

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