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A Tower House Wedding in Chilmark, Massachusetts

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Caitlin & Dan in Chilmark, Massachusetts
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The welcome bags included water bottles for hydrating, a guide to Martha’s Vineyard, and Martha’s Vineyard–shaped cookies.
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In keeping with the rustic, Martha's Vineyard theme of the wedding, the RSVP postcard was an old-fashioned photo of Ocean Park.
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Caitlin's green and white bouquet of dahlias was wrapped in the lace from her mother's wedding dress. She also pinned both of her grandmothers' engagement rings as well as her great grandmother's locket to the bouquet for "something old."
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Caitlin’s bridesmaids wore knee-length gowns in the same teal-colored fabric with the neckline of their choice. They carried Juliet roses, ranunculus and dahlias in soft shades of pink and orange to complement their dresses.
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The couple's dog made an appearance for the photos, making the day even more unforgettable.
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The couple had a traditional church ceremony and included as many friends and family members as they could. "My father walked me down the aisle and I think he was more nervous than I was," Caitlin says.
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Caitlin wore her hair in a loose chignon with a classic veil tucked into the curls.
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Kate Yenrick, a close friend of Caitlin, designed the chalkboard welcome sign at the entrance to the tent.
Kate Yenrick, a friend of the bride
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Caitlin's friend Kate wrote out the seating assignments on three old window panes that the couple had purchased from a salvage yard.
Kate Yenrick, a friend of the bride
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Dahlias, garden roses, ranunculus and succulents were placed inside wooden boxes on the guest tables.
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Caitlin created a stencil of Martha's Vineyard and used it to paint the shape of the iconic area on coasters for all their guests.
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A friend of Caitlin created the chalkboard menu that listed the entrees for the evening.
Kate Yenrick, a friend of the bride
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Caitlin and Dan incorporated as many of their Martha’s Vineyard favorites as they could into their charming, vintage-inspired day. Teal, burlap and shades of pink pulled it all together.
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The couple chose "I Can't Help Falling in Love" from Elvis for their first dance together.

Caitlin & Dan in Chilmark, Massachusetts

Caitlin’s Uncle Chuck drove her and her parents to the ceremony in his 1930 Ford Model A. “He completely rebuilt it during the year we were engaged so that we could use it on our wedding day,” Caitlin says. Her aunt even created a sound track for the ride, and they blasted “Chapel of Love,” by The Dixie Cups, on the way there and “This Must Be the Place,” by Talking Heads, on the way to the reception.
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