ABOUT THE COUPLE
How they met:
Sarah and Christopher met through mutual friends, while watching the Red Sox play game one of the World Series in 2004.
How he proposed:
For his birthday a few years back, Sarah bought Christopher a plank on the Sandwich Board Walk that said Chris and Sarah, so every time the couple goes to Sandwich they visit the plank. For their anniversary in November 2007, they bundled up and walked to their plank on the boardwalk, where he proposed.
Bride's occupation: Sarah is an instructional technology teacher for the Attleboro public schools.
Groom's occupation: Christopher is a police officer.
St. John the Evangelist Church, Attleboro.
The bride wore an ivory, A-line Casablanca gown that featured beading embellishments.
Sarah carried a bouquet of ivory lilies and roses.
The theme: Sarah and Chris used a pink and brown theme throughout their wedding planning, including the bridesmaids dresses.
THE WEDDING PARTY
Maid of honor:
Tricia Keane, aunt of the bride
Eric Dufort, friend of the groom
Kelly Flaherty, cousin of the bride, Ashley Keane, cousin of the bride, Sarah Minutoli, friend of the bride, and Sara Wright, friend of the bride.
Brian Gannon, friend of the groom, Rob Muollo, friend of the groom, Patrick Flaherty, cousin of the bride, and Kevin Keane, brother of the bride.
Flower Girl: Addison Collins, Amelia Collins and Megan Keane, all cousins of the bride.
Ring Bearers: Andrew Collins, cousin of the bride
Number of guests:
Lake View Pavilion, Foxboro.
The four-tier strawberry Grand Marnier cake, made by Konditor Meister, featured ivory butter cream frosting with ivory scrolls and brown ribbon around the base of the layers.
"It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Chris picked it as the couple's song when they first started dating.
Chicken Francaise was served.
What made the day unique:
The most talked about feature was the make your own sundae bar where the guests got to pick their own ice cream flavor and any and all toppings they wanted.
Most touching moment of the day:
Sarah's maternal grandfather was sick prior to the wedding, and even on the day of wasn't sure if he was going to be able to make it. In the end, he did, but he passed away 21/2 weeks later. Sarah and Chris say they will always treasure his determination to get to the wedding.
Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla.