Let’s hear about Jacci and Oksar’s wedding.
November 06, 2021
We meet in high school and were close friends but we both went our separate ways after graduation. We reunited after college when Oskar’s band was playing at the local tavern.
Oskar proposed in Lithuania at the Geographical Center of Europe. We went on a 2 week trip to England, Lithuania, and The Netherlands.
We loved seeing and celebrating with all of our family and friends.
Don’t skimp on hair and makeup. Mine lasted all night and took the stress off while taking pictures.
My dress shopping was pretty stressful in the middle of the pandemic. I tried on about 6 dresses and just picked this one. Looking back I am glad I just followed my gut because I did love my dress. I had second guessed my decision for a while (since it was very opposite of what I would normally pick) but I was very happy with it.
Greg and his team were amazing! They were able to give directions on how to pose, handle many family and friends, and even snap some happy pictures with toddlers ages 2-4.
We did – we actually rehearsed our ceremony that morning at 8AM. We had a family breakfast with everyone staying at the Inn and we honestly wouldn’t have changed it. It was nice to experience this all together and helped keep our nerves down.
We had nearly all our our wedding party and close extended family all in one location for an hour before our ceremony. This allowed us to get many important photos out of the way before the ceremony. Having everyone on standby made the photos goes smoothly and quickly.
Yes Yes Yes – First Greg Moss – Greg and his team made this photo process flawless. They were very well equipped and had cameras at many different angles. We are so excited to see them all and they were very thorough and got more pictures then we could have ever imagined.
Brian Nicks Production (Longmeadow , MA) email@example.com Brian went above and beyond on our lighting, sound/mics, and video services. He is very attentive and overly prepared to not miss a single moment. The purple uplighting really made our reception beautiful. We are enjoying all the footage from our wedding.Tho Botaniste (Easthampton, MA) Corina – the founder – was so incredible and fully captured my vision plus more. I actually teared up seeing my flowers and she made special boutonnieres out of dried grasses to mirror some traditions in Lithuania. I was so in love with everything she did for our wedding.HoneyTrain (Boston, MA) The Buzz was such a fun wedding band and we always had guests on the dance floor. The musicians were very talented and the lead singers were excellent at hosting our event with endless energy!Vici Hair Studio (Amherst, MA) They did an amazing job with hair and make up. Everything stayed as is during the whole day and night and the make up didn’t even come off when needing to put on a mask.And finally The Inn on Boltwood (Amherst, MA) We got so many compliments on the charm of the venue and the food. Catherine was extremely helpful in guiding us through this process in the middle of the pandemic and we can’t thank her enough. Also every staff member we encountered was kind and helpful.
We got most of our decor on Etsy! We tried to shop for as much as possible from individual artisans.
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs, Seafood Stuffed Salmon, Chicken Saltimbocca, Butternut Squash Ravioli
Our first dance – Tennessee Whiskey by Chris Stapleton Father-Daughter – This Dance by Scott Thomas Mother-Son – Song for Mama by Boyz II Men
Now let’s take a sneak peek look at some of their Inn on Boltwood fall wedding photos.