Winter is finally here, which means the season of winter weddings is upon us! To help inspire your winter wedding floral decor, our friends over at FTD have rounded up five of their favorite bouquets and featured three popular winter wedding flowers in each. From the wild look of the scabiosa flower to the soft feel of dusty miller, these bouquets are sure to inspire brides to make their wedding a winter wonderland! Continue reading
The flowers are in full bloom, a cool breeze is in the air, and the most gorgeous sunset is happening in the distance. The night of Michaela and Matt’s intimate Castle Hill Inn wedding couldn’t have been any more perfect. Jessica Bordner Photography was there with just a handful of their closest friends and family to celebrate their marriage and Stone Blossom carefully created their fresh elements. Continue reading
Ever consider taking your wedding flowers to new heights? Flowers are a staple decor element for all of life’s greatest celebrations, weddings included! Between breathtaking centerpieces and fresh bridal bouquets, florals are yet another way to make your wedding day one-of-a-kind. One flower trend we’re obsessing over lately is the DIY flower chandelier. With an effortless look and statement-making design, this is one of those decor pieces your guests won’t be able to take their eyes off of. Continue reading
Imagine a soft and romantic yet mysterious siren bride off the shores of Watch Hill. The sultry beauty of this sea side goddess is a captivating inspiration. NKB Photos partnered with Kate Murtaugh Events, AP Floral Studio, Love Bird Bridal, Custom Crafted Calligraphy, Holly Anna Calligraphy, Jen Keena Hair, The Decorated Cake, and Anchored Creatives to create this stunning ocean inspired styled shoot for the mysterious beachy bride.
While visiting the Potter League Animal Shelter this spring, we heard about a local pet service company that offered a unique wedding service to couples who wanted to include their pet in the big day. The service included grooming the pets, bringing then to the ceremony or reception and taking them away for a fun filled mini-vacation after the event so the couple was free to focus on their human guests. We thought this was an absolutely BRILLIANT idea and of course we had to find who came up with the idea.
Julia and Peter grew up in the same town, Easton, MA. They were first introduced in May 2014 and since the moment they met, they have spent every day together (but seriously). As is often the case, Newport provided the perfect near by weekend escape for the couple while they were dating and our little city by the sea was their first choice when it came time to choose a wedding venue. Making their wedding a full weekend of events only served to extend the joyous events. From Thursday’s sunset sail and house party, to Friday’s rehearsal dinner at Castle Hill Inn, and Saturday’s sea front nuptials at Belle Mer, the weekend was jam packed of wedding fun!
We are obsessed with vintage jewelry. The detailed line work, the unique array of colors and shapes; it’s all fun and fabulous. Over the past few years we have started following a few jewelry companies that specialize in vintage rings. One of our absolute favorites, Trumpet and Horn, both creates one-of-a-kind rings and helps heirloom vintage rings find new homes. We talked with their owner Kim and found out more about their AMAZING rings and where they get their inspiration.
Megan and James’s wedding venue has quite literally, movie worthy. Their gilded age mansion venue, Rosecliff Mansion, has made appearances in many hollywood films such as the original The Great Gatsby and True Lies. This palatial “summer cottage” originally owned by silver heiress Theresa Fair Oelrichs also made a stunning backdrop for this sweet couples romantic wedding. Erica Trombetti from Infinite Events, LLC and Ready Luck Photography helped this couples vision come to life in an event worthy of the magnificent space and sweeping ocean views.
Maura and Doug’s Castle Hill Inn Wedding was a nautical dream. Alongside the cliffside coast of Newport, roamed a bridal party in a shade of sea glass accented with coral bouquets of garden roses. The reception was styled with aqua seahorses and nautical knots as prominent themes. As the sun was just setting the happy couple two ran off for a second round of bride and groom portraits (photographer Kylie Lynn’s dream) and the resulting pictures are priceless. Continue reading