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Martha's Vineyard Wedding

Aquinnah, MA

Devin & Boyd

Martha's Vineyard wedding

Devin & Boyd hosted 30 of their nearest and dearest for their Martha's Vineyard Wedding during September 2020 - height of the early pandemic. This gorgeous bohemian wedding took place at the Vanderhoop Homestead in Aquinnah, MA. The couple's wedding, boasted a bold color palette with equal parts colorful and bright for their cliffside nuptials. Guests enjoyed signature drinks and appetizers during cocktail hour overlooking the breathtaking valley and ocean as the fog rolled in. They had a laid-back reception under the Sperry tent, celebrating carefully during the pandemic. 

I love photographing weddings on Martha's Vineyard. The island has such a cool bohemian beach-vibe, full of laid back, iconic looking beaches: lush with foliage and fencing. The island is home to many on-your-honor farms with fresh produce, dairy, and eggs! Vineyard Haven is home to cute shops and restaurants. Trust boutique is a favorite!

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Martha's Vineyard wedding photographer: Leila Brewster | Best Martha's Vineyard Wedding Venue: Vanderhoop Homestead | Film Developing: The Find Lab 

hOSTING A WEDDING AT Vanderhoop Homestead

The historic Edwin Vanderhoop Homestead Martha's Vineyard Wedding Venue overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, Gay Head Cliffs, and the whole southwest shore of Martha’s Vineyard. This unique venue is walking distance to the Gay Head Lighthouse and the beach. It is the perfect venue to host up to 250 of your family and friends for a wedding, rehearsal dinner, or wedding brunch.

The historically significant Vanderhoop Homestead, which dates back to as early as 1850 and can be seen inside the Aquinnah Circle, is also the location of the Aquinnah Cultural Center. The grounds and the stone terrace are accessible for use for events, however the Cultural Center and the building themselves are not. The Cultural Center and its grounds, like the Lighthouse, look out over the stunning clay cliffs and are conveniently located within walking distance of a number of restaurants, stores, and Moshup Beach (public beach). The grounds are large enough to host a tent measuring up to 100 feet by 60 feet. There is access to water, power, and parking at this location.