For Tanya + Geno it was love at first sight. These two first met in 2015 when they were each out one night with friends. Although Geno had eyes for Tanya, he couldn’t work up the courage to ask her out until a year later, They immediately hit it off and it wasn’t long before Geno had worked up the courage for an even bigger question.
We have been waiting a LONG TIME to share our big news with you… starting today, we are collecting applications for our 2019 Couple of the Year!
Cole and Ashley were secretly set up by a mutual friend. After just a few dates, they were inseparable. After a few years and even a house, Cole proposed, by the bonfire at their new home on a Friday night, to the sounds of Frank Sinatra. Their first dance was “The Best is Yet to Come” by Frank Sinatra, a little flashback to their sweet engagement.
Kelly and Marvin met in Guatemala. They brought Marvin’s home to Providence by having their wedding at the botanical gardens in Providence. The tropical colors and textures brought a fun fresh vibe to their wedding day. Plus, Their favors were hot sauce from Guatemala, Mexican Horchata was on the drink menu, and Central American candies and snacks filled the cocktail hour!
Larisa and Captain Murphy Bright’s Glen Manor House wedding is the perfect way to kick off our Fourth of July holiday week. From cutting the cake with a saber to the cutest four-legged gift from the bride to the groom (a bulldog puppy named Bone Digger) this Marine and his wife’s wedding was our summer dream!
Andrea and Greg’s Block Island wedding was a summer celebration bringing together friends and family from around the world. Block Island is a second home for Greg and his family, so the couple knew it was the perfect place to share their love. Although Hurricane Jose almost prevented all of their guests and vendors from making it to the island the night before, everyone arrived the day-of to perfect weather, beautiful decor both during their chapel ceremony and tented reception, and a firework display at the end of the night. Inspired by New England and the Atlantic Ocean, this wedding had a nautical theme with bright colors and greenery infused throughout!
Claire and Tyler had always admired the Coast Guard House on Block Island and KNEW they were going to have a BI wedding. What better place than the iconic Coast Guard house! They diligently went to town meetings to get permission to hold their quaint small tented wedding on the grounds of the Block Island Coast Guard House property and we think you’ll agree, the result is beautiful!