Tina Worner was in no mood to hit the Boston bars with her girlfriends—it was March and freezing outside. But her friends persisted, and Tina finally agreed to go along. She planned to go home early, until she met Jim McNulty. "I was instantly attracted to him, and felt like we could chat forever," she remembers. Despite a disastrous first date—Tina arrived late and exhausted from a long day at work—Jim asked her out again. Their second date and all the ones that followed were a success.

About a year later, the couple was at Olive's, their usual Friday night hangout. After an intimate dinner, Tina noticed a horse and carriage coming toward the restaurant through a window near their table. "I thought, 'How romantic,'" says Tina, who didn't realize at the time that the carriage was part of Jim's proposal plan. To trick her, he suggested they try to score a ride. Ten minutes into their journey, Jim presented her with a diamond ring. "I looked Tina in the eyes and said how I could only imagine spending the rest of my life with her," he says. Shocked and happy, the bride-to-be screamed yes.

A Cape Cod farm by the water makes for a magical reception site

Tina Worner was in no mood to hit the Boston bars with her girlfriends—it was March and freezing outside. But her friends persisted, and Tina finally agreed to go along. She planned to go home early, until she met Jim McNulty. "I was instantly attracted to him, and felt like we could chat forever," she remembers. Despite a disastrous first date—Tina arrived late and exhausted from a long day at work—Jim asked her out again. Their second date and all the ones that followed were a success.

About a year later, the couple was at Olive's, their usual Friday night hangout. After an intimate dinner, Tina noticed a horse and carriage coming toward the restaurant through a window near their table. "I thought, 'How romantic,'" says Tina, who didn't realize at the time that the carriage was part of Jim's proposal plan. To trick her, he suggested they try to score a ride. Ten minutes into their journey, Jim presented her with a diamond ring. "I looked Tina in the eyes and said how I could only imagine spending the rest of my life with her," he says. Shocked and happy, the bride-to-be screamed yes.

The couple exchanged vows at St. Elizabeth Seton, a quaint church, and held their reception at the nearly Bourne Farm in West Falmouth. Tina wore a strapless ivory wedding dress with a pleated bodice and a silk, cathedral-length veil. Jim and his groomsmen dressed in matching ensembles of navy-blue blazers, crisp khaki pants, pepperberry boutonnieres, and burnt-orange ties that matched the bridesmaid's Aria dresses.