Dreamland Theater Nantucket Wedding | Emily & Myles


This past August, the couple tied the knot in a picturesque ceremony that will leave you swooning. The stunning backdrop of the ocean and the rustic charm of Dreamland Nantucket created the perfect ambiance for their special day.


Emily and Myles’ wedding was a beautiful celebration of love and family, held at the stunning Dreamland Theater in Nantucket. It was a second wedding for both the bride and groom, and they chose to have their children stand by their side as the wedding party, creating a touching and intimate atmosphere.

The couple started their day with a special first look at the White Elephant boat dock

A place that holds a lot of memories for Myles, who worked there during his summers on Nantucket.

The bride and groom’s joy and excitement were palpable as they saw each other for the first time, and their love for each other was evident in every moment of their day.

Their ceremony took place at the First Congregational Church

Emily’s mother proudly walked her down the aisle.

The church was beautifully decorated with white flowers and greenery, creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere. Emily looked stunning in her modern, fitted white gown, while Myles looked dashing in his white dinner jacket, black bow tie, and black evening trousers.

After the ceremony, the couple and their guests made their way to the Dreamland Theater for the reception.

Nantucket’s take on the New Orlean’s Brass Band Wedding Promenade

The newlyweds made their grand entrance to the sounds of a brass band parade, creating an unforgettable and lively atmosphere.

The reception was filled with heartfelt speeches, laughter, and love, as family and friends celebrated the happy couple.

Their Reception at Dreamland Theater Nantucket

One of the highlights of the reception was the champagne tower, which added a touch of glamour and sophistication to the festivities. The tower was a symbol of the couple’s love and commitment to each other, and it was a beautiful moment to witness.

The reception was also a time for the couple to let loose and have some fun. They danced the night away, and made sure to spend time with their guests in front of their photobooth.

The evening culminated with the traditional cake cutting, which was a sweet and romantic moment.

Emily and Myles’ Dreamland Theater wedding in Nantucket was a celebration of love and family, and it was a joyous occasion that will be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to be a part of it.

The stunning venue, the heartfelt speeches, and the fun-filled reception were all testaments to the couple’s love for each other, and it was a privilege to witness such a beautiful union.

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Vendors that made their Dreamland Theater Wedding in Nantucket happen


Photography: Zofia & Co. Photography
Videography: Harborview Studios
Planner: Maggie Stewart Events
Venue: Dreamland Nantucket Theater
Florals: Soiree Floral
Lighting: Advanced Production & Design
Rentals: Placesetters Nantucket The Event Rental Company BBJ LaTavola

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