The weather was perfect, the clouds were beautiful, and with a chilly breeze, guests watched Kaela and Grey exchange vows. They celebrate May 3, 2014 as the day they started their journey as a married couple.
I’ve known Grey for a lot of years. He has become part of our family and in the cool way that you can’t really trace the beginnings of. Music and friendship had a lot to do with it I’m sure. However it happened, having Grey in our lives has been incredibly special. (I need to give him a shout out for being the music man at our wedding.) Anyone who has had the opportunity to get to know him knows what I’m talking about. He reminds me of my friend Graham Scobey. Both are very much the dreamer, adventurer seeker, music lover, and always game to try something new and and have fun doing it. Throw in an equally fun-loving and beautiful woman, and you have a duo that is destined for big things.
May 3, 2014, my husband and I attended Grey and Kaela’s wedding as guests. It was our little boy’s third birthday and we spent the morning with the kiddos and enjoy the rest of the night together, just the two of us. It was the first time in many years that I could enjoy a Saturday “date” with my husband. When Grey approached me early in their wedding planning about recommending a photographer, there was no question about it…I was going to shoot it for them and have a blast doing it! I would have brought my camera anyway 😉
The Guilford Yacht Club and the staff of Gourmet Galley catered the perfect backdrop for a small wedding of friends and family. Intimate, incredibly good food, stocked bar, and music…the most important element of a wedding. Kaela and Grey chose to keep their wedding simple. No formalities. A toast from the couple in welcome and gratitude, dinner for all, and hours of straight up fun and dancing to good music. Wedding reception done right.