Savannah del Ray
June 22, 2017

It may have technically still been winter on this March wedding, but the weather was unseasonably warm, making it feel like spring already!

This wedding took place at the Foundry at Puritan Mill – a venue that began as a soap factory in 1921, and was converted into the perfect modern-rustic event space in 2000.

The wedding party looked fantastic against the backdrop of the mill, and of course the wedding party isn’t complete without man’s best friend!

Finally, the bride and groom said “I do!”

Party At The Limit Band’s DJ played “Sparks” By Coldplay for Kim and Richard’s first dance. The sunset peeping through the window added the perfect romantic touch!

How can you get anymore perfect than a song called “Father and Daughter” for your Father/Daughter dance?

Richard and his mom decided to do a mash up of “How Can You Keep The Music Playing” by Tony Bennett, followed by “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire.

Our Party At The Limit Band kicked it up and put on a mix of pop, R&B, classic rock, and country. They even enlisted the help of one small guest who had some BIG vocals!

Kim and Richard’s grand exit was accompanied by about a million bubbles, along with their family and friends. And what better way to end the night than with a kiss and a smile?

All Photography By: Altmix Photography ///

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