Hampden Country Club Wedding >
Pam and Matt had a wonderful wedding at the Hampden Country Club recently. While the rain moved the ceremony inside, it stopped in time for us to make some nice family photos on the grounds. While Matt and the guys got ready off site, Pam and her bridesmaids finished getting ready at the facility. After the ceremony where a few tears were shed, the party got into full swing.
A few other vendors helped make the day as special as it was, including…
Pam’s dress: Bancroft Bridals
Florist: Country Flowers
DJ Service: Brian Nicks Productions
Video: Creative Video by Nelson
Second Photographer : Sandra Costello
Here are some photos from the day…
Pam’s friend kept her hair dry as they arrived at the facility in their limo.
More signs of love on a wedding day are always nice to have around.
Meanwhile, Matt and his buddies got ready at his friend’s house.
Matt in near silhouette as the limo made its way to the country club.
Some details from the earlier part of the day.
Pam had some help from her bridesmaids with the dress and her garter.
Adding some finishing touches to Pam’s makeup.
Fitting a bride, a couple of bridesmaids, and a wedding dress into a stall isn’t always the easiest thing.
More than a few tears were shed during the ceremony.
A view of the ceremony from behind the wedding party.
Some guests arrived as the ceremony was in progress and had to stay near the front door so as not to disturb the vows.
Aubrey wanted to get in on the formals, too.
Pam and Matt spent a few minutes alone after the formals while county club patrons looked on.
Pam and Matt’s first dance.
The uplighting really helped make the country club glow and make moments like this stand out that much more.
After the sun set the country club’s windows were like mirrors.
Pam and Matt found more than a few opportunities to smooch during the reception.
A few details from the reception.
Another Quick Portrait, this time inside the facility, making use of the lights that had already been set up.
Aubrey had a lot of fun, too…
…but she soon got tired out.