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Hitched…Hadley Style!

March 18, 2013

What a weekend! Elizabeth, daughter of one of Hadley Pottery‘s owners, married Eric in a beautiful wedding that had hints of Hadley throughout.

From the bridesmaids dresses, which were a beautiful shade of blue reminiscent of Hadley Blue, to the customized Hadley votive cup wedding favors filled with candy, it was a stunning celebration of this darling young couple’s love.

One highlight from the reception for many of us was the moving serenade of the bride by the groom’s barbershop quartet (he’s second from the left in the video) with Smiling Through the Years (who doesn’t love a barbershop quartet???). And of course, the father-daughter dance!

Hadley Pottery stoneware votive candle holders

Beautiful Hadley Pottery keepsake wedding favors filled with yummy candy

Personalized Wedding Favors

Personalized Hadley Pottery votive cups with initials of the bride and groom, Elizabeth and Eric

Bridesmaid dresses in a beautiful shade of Hadley Pottery blue

Bridesmaids wore a beautiful shade of blue…is it Hadley blue? We think so!

Hadley Owner Andy Dances with Daughter Elizabeth

Bride Elizabeth dances with her dad, Andy, one of the owners of Hadley Pottery.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Diane permalink
    March 18, 2013 10:31 am

    Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing. Especially loved the idea of the lil votive cup with candy!!

  2. Susan permalink
    March 18, 2013 10:35 am

    Beautiful!!!!

  3. Leslie Vigneron permalink
    March 25, 2013 7:15 am

    Beautiful! I like the little hints of pottery:)

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