Located on the tip of Cape Cod, MA, The Provincetown Inn Historical Waterfront Resort hosted Danielle and Bernie’s beach wedding. Let me tell you; it was all that and a bag of chips!
Did you know that there’s a southern tradition called “Bury the Bourbon?” It goes like this: Bury a full, unopened bottle of bourbon upside down at the ceremony site before the wedding to encourage good weather. Tradition says that doing it precisely one month to the date for best chances.
It seems to have worked for this couple, however before you go digging up the grounds of a resort, I’d suggest getting permission 1st 😊
The Provincetown Inn sits right on the beach. Guests have rooftop parking and sand at their doorstep. How I’d love to stay there, get up in the morning, grab a coffee and sit on the beach, take some deep breaths and enjoy!
The bridal party got ready not far from the resort at the Eben House B&B that was so quaint I can’t wait to go back. The beautiful garden hosted the bride doing the 1st look with her dad. The tears fell; it was so perfect!
Because Provincetown is also home to many artists and galleries, we took advantage of the scenery and went around town utilizing the backdrop scenery. It was a blast!
The Inn’s waterfront resort hosted the wedding ceremony with panoramic views of Cape Cod Bay.
With an array of earth-tone colors, the wedding colors were so beautiful next to nature’s beauty. The bridal party gowns were a gold/champagne tone that went with the bouquets of bursting complimenting colors. Gorgeous! Enjoy!
“Cheers to Love, Laughter & Happily Ever After”
Venue: Provincetown Inn // Suit/Tux Designer: Joseph A Bank // Event Coordinator: Kristen Talbot // Paperie: Minted // Hair Stylist: Cove Hair (Scituate, MA) Jessy Dahlstrom & Katie Cochran // Makeup Artist: Snatched Beauty Bar – Ashely McGuire // Floral Designer: Market Florals– Jenn Allen-Coughlan // Cake/Bakery: Far Land Provisions // Cinematographer: Alex Pugsley // Bands/DJs/Musicians: Cape Tunes