Kelley & Tom’s wedding day was so much fun! The two had a reception at one of our favorite venues, 1620 Winery at Cordage Park in Plymouth, MA. If you would like to see the Wedding Film that my husband Chris made from filming this wedding, click here to check out the video on Facebook! We post a lot of our wedding highlight videos and films over there 🙂
It ended up raining just as we arrived so we brought our our lights to create some magical images on the railroad tracks behind the building.
We started the day in Cape Cod, just 30 minutes from 1620 Winery and the church where the ceremony took place. We love the boho details and gorgeous dried florals! They were so perfect for this fall wedding! Next we headed down the street to the beach to do the couple’s first look and a few portraits before the two tied the knot!
Kelley and Tom couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get some beach photos in since the beach was across the street, so we did a first look and a few portraits before the two tied the knot! How gorgeous is this beach in Falmouth, MA?!
The ceremony took place at The Cold Springs Chapel which is also in Plymouth, Massachusetts. If you are looking for a bright white church to get married at in Plymouth, it is conveniently only a 4 minute drive from 1620 Winery and its also close to Hotel 1620.
Outside of the church, we found this beautiful area with lots of greenery to take formal and family photos. How cute is the couple with their son Myles?!
With the couple officially married, it was time to celebrate and head to 1620 Winery for the reception! We absolutely love this venue! There are tons of great spots for photos.
It ended up raining but I am so glad our amazing bride and groom still wanted to do photos anyways! We always bring clear umbrellas to weddings just in case it rains since the weather can be unpredictable. The rain photos ended up being some of the prettiest from the whole day!
This venue features a beautiful bar with several wines on tap that they brew in house! We love the rustic elegance of the place.
Below you can see the space used for cocktail hour. Off the cocktail hour space is a private bridal suite, a lounge area with couches for guests to enjoy the delicious hors d’oeuvres, a beautiful patio outside and a lounge area for guests to enjoy the delicious hors d’oeuvres.
There is also a staircase that is a great spot for formal photos, a photo backdrop with pretty twinkle lights, a cheese & cracker table, high top tables, and restrooms. The venue features a wine barrel room which you can use for photos as well as a brand new ceremony room that was finished in 2022!
There are plenty of ways you can customize the cocktail hour space. There are tables and wine barrels you can use for favors, to display photos, for a guest book, or a memorial space. I
The reception space is STUNNING! The chandelier is a true statement piece. The barn doors are beautiful, and the space features white drapery. We also love the purple uplighting they choose which adds a nice pop of color to the dance floor.
Before the newest ceremony room was built, couples who choose to get married on site would get married in front of the barn doors (where the sweetheart table is in the photo below) and then the room would be flipped over from a ceremony to a reception space during cocktail hour.