An afternoon wedding for over 100 guests, it was held in a quiet, garden spot, relaxed in atmosphere yet with formal overtones. The reception following was in the great room of this 1850's, perfectly restored, sea captain's home. The waite-staff was attentive and professional. The dinner was excellent. Our table of 8 was located adjacent to an elegant, flickering fireplace. We enjoyed good talk in this relaxed setting. Afterwards, while toasting the newly married couple, we had plenty of time to dance and gorge ourselves on the beautiful wedding cake and a variety of desert morsels. My wife and I commented on the fact that, in our 56 years of marriage, this wedding was as perfect as we had ever had the pleasure of attending. Great food, a beautiful setting and all done with warmth in a friendly and professional manner.
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