Golden Lamb Buttery Wedding
Golden Lamb Buttery was the perfect venue for Erica and Dillon. A little but of rustic and a little bit of country. The day’s weather started off questionable, but it turned into the the most beautiful afternoon. I just love the sun in October, it is probably my favorite. As the sun is getting lower in the sky this time of year, it is warm and soft. So good. The beautiful ceremony was in the field just before sunset and the reception was in the warm barn. Tables were throughout the old farm house with family style dining. Later, as the sun set, the fog rolled in and created a beautiful back drop for a few more photo opportunities. We will start off with a few of those gorgeous fog images at sunset.
Thank you Erica & Dillon! We had SO much fun.
Audrey & Cody
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Rings on boots. It doesn’t get better than that.The ladies getting ready. Erica’s dress and boots are killer.On to the guys getting ready!The first look in the garden of the Golden Lamb Buttery. Dillon mentioned that this was his favorite party of the day, and we couldn’t agree more.Love this one on the stone wall!Look at that dress! Love the ivory.The boots!The beautiful ladies!The fellas!Love these images.Here is the shot, Dillon! Dillon had been talking about us taking this particular image for months! We hope you like it!Now it’s time to go get hitched!
The Golden Lamb Buttery is country perfection.Here comes Erica!A perfect fall ceremony.Yay!! They are married!A few gorgeous details of the Golden Lamb Buttery. The tables were just so perfect. Erica and Dillon had The Old Sterling Candle Co. candles as their favors, which are from our home town!!I just love the seating chart in front of the giant bird.Just a few family photos.Erica and Dillon’s awesome first dance. They secretly practiced a lot for this number and the crowd went nuts.We love getting everyones reactions during the toasts and speeches. Too good.The cake cutting! Not to mention another perfect cake from the Bean Counter.The Father Daughter Dance. We have watched Jim dance with both of his beautiful daughters this fall. We are so honored to have been there to capture both of these special moment for this family.The sweetest Step Mother and Son Dance.The surprise Mother Son Dance! Dillon and his Mom use the WHOLE dance floor 😉Dance floor shenanigans!It was so foggy that night!
Photographers: Audrey and Cody Cutler – Sterling MA
Venue: The Gold Lamb Buttery – Brooklyn CT
Florist: The Burlap Bee – Jenna Bailey – Holden MA
DJ: Kathy Zerkle
Bride’s Dress: David’s Bridal
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom and Groomsmen’s Vests: Men’s Warehouse
Candle favors: The Old Sterling Candle Co. – Sterling MA
Cake: Bean Counter Bakery – Worcester MA
Hair/Makeup: Ashley Hill, Ali Chartier & Rachel Rassekh
Rings: Sharfman’s Jewelers
Video: Tim Ethier – Video Productions – Holden MA
How did you both meet?
Dillon: “I have known Erica forever. Our fathers have been close friends for a long time. However, my earliest memories of Erica date back to the 6th grade where I asked her to be my girlfriend. After about a week of sharing seats at lunch and hanging out at lockers in between classes she broke up with me at a CRA dance. We continued our friendship through high school and into college where we reunited our 6th grade relationship and truly fell in love.”
What was the most memorable part of your wedding day?
Erica: “The most memorable part of my wedding day was watching everyone have fun and enjoy themselves. I had moments where I just watched and took it all in. Our first dance was also something I’ll never forget. We practiced over and over and I was so proud of us when we finished!”
Dillon: “Waiting in the garden of the Golden Lamb Buttery for our first look. When the time came, I could hear her getting close as her dress brushed past all of the wild flowers. She walked up behind me grabbed my hand and turned me around. Seeing her in the dress for the first time will be a memory I’ll have forever!”
What was the funniest?
Erica: “The funniest moment of the day was when my dad and his best friend Horrace got up on stage and lip sync’d the song In the Jungle. Horrace came out from the loft of the barn in a leopard dress, wig and fake boobs. It is a performance from his show The Great Pretenders and he performed it with my dad. This was a total surprise for me! The groomsmen were the back up dancers and it was hilarious!!!”
Dillon: “The funniest moment was when Erica’s father Jim and close friend Horrace Greeley performed a lip sync duet to In The Jungle. I thought Jim was going to sing Happy Birthday to Erica. Then Horry came down from the loft in a tiger dress and the two of them put on quite the performance! The place went crazy!”
Advice for future couples?
Erica: “Try to enjoy it and not get stressed out! Stay organized and have fun with it. Dillon and I had a blast going to tastings, expos, taking dance lessons, meeting with people and crafting for the wedding. It brings you closer together and is something we will never forget. Also….I don’t know what people did before Pinterest! Haha”
Dillon: “Google “Wedding Timelines”…they helped us stay motivated and on schedule. Most importantly make sure to enjoy the whole process. Don’t settle and explore options. These 15 months of wedding planning created the most memorable day of my life.”
- Processional: “Can’t Help Falling In Love” – Andrea Bocelli & Katherine McPhee
- Recessional: “Somebody Like You” – Keith Urban
- Introductions: “Crazy Town” – Jason Aldean & “Cruise” – Florida Georgia Line
- First Dance: “I Don’t Want This Night To End” – Luke Bryan
- Father/Daughter Dance: “My Little Girl” – Tim McGraw
- Mother/Son Dance: “The Booze Cruise” – Blackjack Billy
- Step Mother/Son Dance: “My Wish” – Rascal Flats
Longest Married Couple: “A Thousand Years” – Christina Perri
Bridesmaids Dance: “She’s Country” – Jason Aldean
- Last Dance: “Save The Last Dance For Me” – Michael Buble