Emily + Guy | Cornwall Inn bright Spring wedding

Jun 21, 2016

The Road not Taken – By Robert Frost

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Emily and Guy’s Wedding was such a beautiful day in every sense. Emily and Guy are both genuine and sweet human beings, and spending time around them is just easy. And of course the people who gathered around them to celebrate their wedding were a bunch of happy people to match.
The drive to the Cornwall Inn was a very pretty one, the rain had made everything lush and green, and I was in love with the place since we drove in. I love big trees, and the Inn is surrounded by trees in every direction, with a huge beautiful tree in the middle. When we arrived we met Guy, who was hanging out ready to go, and pointed me in Emily’s direction. There she was getting ready with a handful of ladies, and it was as usual one of my favorite parts to document.

Wedding Ceremony space at the Cornwall Inn Mother and grandmother of the bride getting ready

Bride getting ready

Bride and grandmother inside the suite

Bride final hair touches

Bride getting ready

Beautiful wedding dress from Posh Bridal

Wedding dress detail

Bride getting ready

bride getting ready

Bride getting ready with help from her mom

Wedding bands at Cornwall Inn Wedding

After that it was time for the ceremony. The sun was bright and there were smiles on everybody’s faces as they listened to Guy and Emily’s story, from the broken shower, through the hikes that got them there. Then at the reception, Emily’s father read the poem at the beginning of this post, which I thought was beautiful. And after that, being as nice as they are, Emily and Guy sang and played for their guests during the delicious dinner service, and it was as pretty as it sounds.

Gazebo with flowers for ceremony

Flower boys

Wedding ceremony at the Cornwall Inn

Cornwall Inn outside ceremony

Side view of outside ceremony at the Cornwall Inn

Bride groom and bridal party

Ring exchange during ceremony

 Tying knots during ceremony at the Cornwall inn

Tying knots during ceremony at the Cornwall inn

Vows during ceremony at the Cornwall Inn

Wedding Ceremony at the Cornwall Inn

Wedding Ceremony at the Cornwall Inn

Bouquet by Hendrick's Flowers in Lancaster

Cornwall Inn building details

Cornwall Inn outside cocktail hour Cornwall Inn outside cocktail hour

Family formals at the Cornwall Inn

Family formals at the Cornwall Inn

Bride and groom at the Cornwall Inn

Bride and groom at the Cornwall Inn
Bride and groom dancing at the Cornwall Inn

Bride and groom dancing at the Cornwall Inn

Bride and groom outside at the Cornwall Inn

Flower center pieces by Hendrick's Flowers

Tables for the reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Toasts during reception at the Cornwall Inn

Cakes by sweet sensations Lancaster

Bride and groom sing and play

Then we stepped outside to get a few photos before the sun was gone, remembering of course to get a few with Emily’s dad’s car.

When the sun was almost gone, it was time to cut the cakes. It was determined people do like carrot cake on weddings (for those thinking about it). And then Pine Barons played the song of their first dance while a friend of theirs sang, and from then on it was just happiness and fun with help from the awesome band, all the way through their last song, and the other last ones that followed.

 

 

 

 


 

For more on the awesome and pretty things in this wedding

Venue: Cornwall Inn

Wedding dress: Posh Bridal

Florist: Hendricks Flowers

Wedding Cakes: Sweet Sensations

Band: Pine Barons

Officiant: Scott Rhoades

Caterer: Blue Bartending | Michelle Wolfe | kindwordsheal@gmail.com

Photographer: Maria Silva-Goyo Photography

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