Laid Back Beach Wedding at Seaport Pier

May 13, 2022

This wedding has alll the laid back beach vibes because these two are literally just that amazing. I feel like every time I do a wedding at Seaport Pier in Wildwood it goes epic, and this one was no different. I’ll start out by saying that when I was shooting Emily and Jon’s beach ceremony, I was regretting my life choices. They got married 10/2, and it was the first day of the season that I had decided to wear a black turtleneck and black slacks because I knew the evenings were getting cooler. This proved a mistake, because temperatures were over 70 on the beach that day. I was quietly dying. I did eventually appreciate my outfit during the outdoor reception, but I was very very sweaty there for a while.

One of the best things about this wedding (and shore towns in general) was that everything was walking distance. It was so nice to be able to have the ceremony on the beach directly in front of the venue. Once we finished up with formalities, the party began. Me saying that ‘the party began’ is doing this wedding a disservice. This wedding had a reception that was essentially a rock concert.

There were so many good moments threaded throughout this wedding. One of my favorite father/daughter first looks is in this blog and the emotions were just so sweet. If you need a couple that knows how to party (and throw a heckuva wedding) Emily and Jon are the ones you need to call!

Creative Team:

Photography: Kelly Sea images | Venue: Seaport Pier | Video: Jim Kapinos | Florals: Dragonfly Flowers | Bride’s Gown: Lover’s Society from Lovely Bride | Groom’s Suit: Indochino | Make-Up: Micaela Vibanco | Hair: Duette | Band: Go Go Gadjet

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