Jonathan Adler & Jonathan Lewis

Saturday, June 7, 2008 : Cape Cod, Massachusetts


Thank you all for coming to our wedding
and for helping to make the entire weekend so wonderful!

Please read down the rest of the page to find information about our vendors,
links to our photos, and to view our wedding promises.


Now that the wedding is over, we want to give a shout-out to all of the great people who helped make the celebration possible:

First of all, we want to thank our good friend, Stephen Scott, for designing, updating, maintaining, and generally taking excellent care of this Web site.

Our amazing photographer, Amy Dykens, thoroughly documented the wedding and reception.

The gorgeous flowers for all of the wedding weekend events were created and provided by Debbie McCauley-Buck and her colleagues at Bella’s Blooms, in Brewster, MA.

Music during the cocktail hour and reception was provided superbly by DJs Doug and Madalyn Dineen from Cape Cod DJs.

The string quartet that played during the wedding ceremony was assembled and led beautifully by our dear friend, Emily Rome. Back in the Boston area, Emily has a private studio, Brioso Strings, where she teaches violin and viola lessons.

Our Save-The-Dates, Invitations, and Thank-You Cards were designed by Leslie Hamer, an awesome Chicago-area artist. Check out more of Leslie’s art on her Web site.

Finally, we want to give a huge thank you to Kalson Pang, the Director of Catering at Wequassett and our primary contact there. Kalson oversaw the two Catered Conversations as well as the wedding and reception; from the first day of planning in August, 2006, through the very end, he helped the whole event run as smoothly as it did.



Our wedding photographer posted nearly 1,000 of her photos at this Web site. Use “607” as the password (you don’t need to enter your e-mail address). If you want to see a smaller selection of the photos, we have assembled a group of 240 on a Shutterfly Web site.

Since we only had our photographer for the wedding ceremony and reception, we’d LOVE to see any photos you have of the Catered Conversations and the Gatherings (and of the wedding too, of course). Feel free to e-mail us a link if they are posted online, or send copies of actual prints through the mail, if you have one of those old-fangled, non-digital cameras.



Many of you asked us if we would be willing to share our wedding promises. You can download them here.