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A Modern Wedding in Wellesley, MA

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Caitlin & Chris in Wellesley, MA
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Bright-yellow craspedia added a fun pop of color to Caitlin’s laid-back bouquet of wildflowers.
Walpole Floral & Garden Center, Walpole, MA
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Each bridesmaid carried a monochromatic bouquet of all one type of flower. This one had gerbera daisies.
Walpole Floral & Garden Center, Walpole, MA
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A wildflower and craspedia boutonniere matched Chris’s gray suit and striped tie.
Walpole Floral & Garden Center, Walpole, MA
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Caitlin had to have comfy shoes, so she wore round-toe pale-pink sling backs.
Chie Mihara, Spain
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Caitlin designed the ring bearer pillow, which her mom made using yellow fabric and gray ribbon.
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Caitlin hand-drew the design herself and had the invites printed on paper to match the color palette.
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White and yellow frames with pictures of Chris and Caitlin throughout the years hung from the pews.
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The couple’s dog, Lincoln, came to the reception in a custom-made tux to match Chris and the guys.
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Mismatched milk glass vases filled with daisies, craspedia, sunflowers and mums had a low-key look.
Walpole Floral & Garden Center, Walpole, MA
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This DIY photo wall had holes for guests to pop their heads through and pose, and included family photos as well.
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The couple danced to Michael Buble’s “Everything” beneath old-fashioned string lights.
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Caitlin & Chris in Wellesley, MA

The Bride Caitlin Spaulding, 25, a children’s footwear designer at Reebok The Groom Chris Gumas, 26, an associate director of marketing at Ruland Manufacturing The Date August 15 Caitlin and Chris mixed a modern color palette (yellow, white and platinum) with vintage details and personal touches to create a welcoming, not overdone vibe.
- Amanda Black
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