Anya & Zach were married with an intimate wedding at the Kemble Inn in Lenox, MA. I thought their choice to have an intimate celebration with only family was such a beautiful choice, so I asked Anya to elaborate on why she chose a small close-knit wedding. I’ll let you read it in her own words:
“We didn’t want to get lost in the details and lose sight of the reason we are there – the love of each other and bringing together our families who we are so close with. With just 16 of us, each family member had a role in the ceremony. They each read us a blessing during the Sheva Brechot, Noah handed us rings, they passed around the Ketubah, we played recording of Zach playing guitar and used family heirlooms throughout the ceremony (2 grandfathers’ tallit and great uncle’s kiddish cup). Everyone there knows us well and connected to each word the rabbi said. We just wanted a really intimate feeling.
It was so surreal and I wouldn’t even believe it happened without these amazing photos! Everyone in my family raved about you, before and after they saw the breathtaking photos displayed life sized on the wall Saturday! You were a easy fit with our family and that is certainly important with such an intimate ceremony!
THANKS TRICIA! WE ARE SO GLAD WE FOUND YOU!!!!!”
Thank you Zach & Anya for trusting me to capture this special day, I was so honored to be included and I wish you all the best in your new married life!