Their beach wedding was so special and filled love, joy, and personal touches. We started the day at a waterfront house in Cape Shores. After a first look at Cape Henlopen State Park, everyone went to Canalfront park in Lewes for photos.
The ceremony was held on the beach at the Lewes Yacht Club. Theresa and Tim were married beneath a driftwood arch the two of them created with pieces of driftwood they found from the Chesapeake Bay and Delaware Bay, two of their favorite places. Charlie, their adorable great dane, was one of the ring bearers.
In Theresa’s words, one of the most special aspects of the wedding was the opportunity to have her three beautiful daughters play an important role in the weekend. Not only were they “the most spectacular bridesmaids ever”, but her daughters also painted the images for the invitations, planned the menu and timing of the day, coordinated music and party plans, and helped to pick the colors, dresses, cakes, and flowers. I loved meeting the Sarah, Molly, and Shannon!
This wedding was such a great day, and I was honored to be part of it.