Most brides can’t wait to walk down the aisle. But when Taylor was escorted to her groom’s side for their Wychmere Beach Club wedding in Harwichport, there would be none of that. She sailed over to her groom, with her dad and bridal party right by her side. A unique entrance for sure, and we will share that moment with you, captured forever in time, in this blog post.
The whole day had a certain sui generis which lent itself to the people, the surroundings, and the excitement that encompassed all who were here to bear witness for Taylor & Nathan’s vows as they began their life together as husband and wife.
Take, for example, the music you will hear playing as the bride sailed over to be given in marriage. The music was played by The Scorton Chamber Ensemble, and as you listen to the crisp, clean audio we captured from their musicians, take into consideration the song they choose for their processional. While they choose an instrumental version, think of these words as you watch the video:
If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you.
When mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me.
Kind woman, I give you my all, Kind woman, nothing more.
Have a look and a listen for yourself. We think you’ll enjoy this short clip as much as we enjoyed filming Taylor & Nathan’s whole wedding.
Videography: Photo & Video by Joe Goldberry
Photography: Fournier & Malloy
Venue: Wychmere Beach Club
Florist: All About Flowers
Wedding Cake: Montillio’s Bakery
DJ: Charles Bernard
Ceremony Musicians: Scorton Chamber Ensemble