Margot and Chris
OCTOBER 18, 2014
A ceremony at Providence College followed by a reception at Kinney Bungalow ensure a day this couple will always treasure.
When margot and chris reached out to photographer Danielle LeFebvre about their wedding, they told her they envisioned a “beautiful fall day on our much-loved Providence College campus — full of glowing warmth, friendship and fun, with a touch of romantic nostalgia and plenty of preppy, elegant touches to go around.” All of the couple’s wishes came to fruition, even when it seemed like the weather wouldn’t cooperate. “It had been raining, or overcast, for most of the day, so we were all delighted when the sun decided to come out right at the golden hour,” says Danielle. “We were able to capture some beautiful, candid shots in the fields at Sunset Farm.” The celebration that followed was an intimate, joyous occasion with many of the couple’s college friends in attendance, all of whom thoroughly enjoyed the lawn games and signature drinks. The night rounded out with a toast from the bride’s father about Kinney Bungalow’s unique history, a delicious meal, an almost too-pretty to-eat cupcake display, and, like with any good wedding, lots of dancing. —Kaitlyn Murray
Ceremony: St. Dominic Chapel at Providence College, Providence
Reception: Kinney Bungalow at Sunset Farm, Narragansett
Bridal gown: Vows Bridal Outlet, Watertown, Mass.
Bridal hair and makeup: B. Lovely Beauty Studio, Wakefield
Catering: Russell Morin Catering and Events
Flowers: Robin Hollow Farm, Saunderstown
Desserts: The Cupcakerie, Cranston
Band: Business Time
Bridesmaids’ dresses: J. Crew
Menswear: Jos. A. Bank.
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