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Carr Richard Wedding

Photo by Lindsey Light Photography
Photo by Lindsey Light Photography

The bride and groom Photo by Lindsey Light Photography

Congratulations Bridget Carr & John “JR” Richard
photography by Lindsey Light Photography

College sweethearts, Bridget and JR became inseparable ever since they started dating their senior year at Assumption College. Two years ago, JR told Bridget they were meeting friends in Portsmouth, NH, one of Bridget’s favorite places to visit. He took her to a park, where she realized it was just the two of them…and he proposed. A true romantic, JR had a dress packed for her, a dinner reservation made and a weekend planned in Portsmouth to celebrate!

The bride is the daughter of Ed and Kathy Carr, of West Hartford. Bridget was an English/Mass Communications major at Assumption College. She is currently employed as the Graduate Medical Education Coordinator at Tufts Medical Center.

The groom is the son of John and Janice Richard, of Billerica, MA. JR was a Business major at Assumption College and received his MBA from Bentley College. He is currently employed as Senior Project Manager at National Grid.

Their June wedding took place at Saint Thomas the Apostle Church in West Hartford on a picture perfect summer day, with a beautiful vintage romantic themed reception at the Farmington Club.

The happy couple honeymooned at the Sugar Beach Resort in St. Lucia and now reside in Medford, MA.

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