Liz & Eric: Married, Block Island Spring House

If you’ve been to Block Island before, then you know, once you step off the ferry you feel like you’re in a whole other world. I think this is part of what made Elisabeth and Eric’s wedding day one of my favorites of this wedding season. The guests were 100% into the wedding celebration, with no babysitters to relive and no worries about driving late at night after having had a few drinks at the reception.

I started my day with Elisabeth at the beach house that her parents rent for a few weeks each summer. The girls were getting their hair and makeup finished as Elisabeth prepared to step into her wedding dress.We traveled back into town to St. Andrews for the ceremony, then headed back the beach house for pictures with family and the bridal party. Once we finished, Elisabeth and Eric walked down the beach for a few quintessential Block Island images before heading over to the Southeast Lighthouse for some more pictures. Some of the members of the bridal party painted the “Painted Rock” earlier in the day with well wishes for the bride and groom, so we made a quick stop there to see how that turned out. Once the island tour was over, we all headed back to the Spring House for the tail end of cocktail hour before introductions and their first dance.

After dinner, dancing started and didn’t stop until the last note of the last song was played. I haven’t been on a dance floor so packed in a very long time! After the reception ended, everyone was invited to head down to the Yellow Kitten for some more celebrating. I headed down for a few myself because, well, the last ferry had left hours prior and I had nowhere to be! Thanks Elisabeth and Eric for such a memorable wedding day! I had a blast celebrating with you both! These are just some of my favorites, more to come soon.

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