You might have realized this scrolling through your social media newsfeeds in the past few months, but November – December is engagement season. Valentine’s Day ends the season of rings and starts the season of bridal shows! Just last weekend Newport hosted its annual Bridal Show and next weekend on 3/15 is the yearly Boston Bridal Bash at the Revere Hotel! We have a few tips for making the most of your bridal show experience and we’re giving away FREE TICKETS FOR EVERYONE! Continue reading
Get to know our 2020 Couple of the Year with their first blog post! Each month (ish) we’ll have a new post from Brianna and Nick helping us follow their wedding planning journey through everything from the venue, choosing vendors, the fun stuff like the tasting, to the tough decisions like guest lists and whether or not to hire a coordinator. Check back each month for a new chapter of their wedding diary!
Liz and Riley started their wedding day together with a secluded first look along the vines at Newport Vineyards. Their sunset ceremony set the tone for their romantic candlelit reception that was draped in seemingly endless greenery. The light pink of the bridesmaid dresses perfectly combined with the rich tones of the reception florals for a season-less feel that would be perfect year-round!
There’s nothing more romantic than the grace and beauty of a ballerina on her wedding day! The grace, beauty, and charisma of ballet dancers inspired this styled shoot. The color palette was pale blush and mint with LOTS of sparkles!
It’s time to introduce our second Couple of the Year! Last year we followed Jacqueline and Jared as they planned their Blithewold Mansion and Gardens wedding and this year we are so pleased to introduce you our readers to our 2020 Couple of the Year Brianna & Nick!
Often wedding decor is themed around the season. Fall weddings have rich warm tones and summer weddings soft cool ones. This styled shoot breaks all that in a season-less shoot that incorporates both deep reds and cool blues for a look that’s attractive year-round.
The thing about wedding vendors is they’re always creating someone else’s vision. Once in a while a team of vendors comes together for a vision they are passionate about and creates something beautiful!
Ludwig Photography captured a beautiful lace inspired styled shoot designed by Exquisite Events and hosted by one of Newport’s new and SO popular venues, Queen Anne’s Loft. Toni Chandler Flowers created beautiful fresh floral arrangements and the beautiful model from Maggie Inc was beautified by TCBNiceHair and Jessica Damore Makeup, and adorned by Bridal Finery.
Stacy and Jason’s romantic seaside nuptials were a dream come true to capture! The couple was married at the majestic Castle Hill Inn in Newport, Rhode Island surrounded by their family and friends. Every detail was thoughtful and elegant, especially their wedding cake design which included edible sugar orchids! If you’ve ever wondered about how much a tent can be dressed up… wonder no longer! This luxurious tent wedding is pure beauty!
Craig & Cassondra’s engagement session took place in Bristol, Rhode Island during a breezy fall day. The couple started at the historic Linden place built in 1810 and later explored the charming downtown area of Bristol. With beautiful architecture, fall foliage, and oceanfront views as their backdrop, their photo session was all beauty all around!
These two once-in-a-lifetime loves are set to tie the knot in June 2020 overlooking a beach in Newport, Rhode Island and if their engagement photos are any indication, they’re sure to have beautiful wedding photos as well! Continue reading
We said it last week and we’ll say it again, grey is going to be making a big appearance at weddings this year! Taylor and Tyler’s breezy Belle Mer wedding highlighted the soft color and gave it an upscale elegant feel. Their muted palet only highlighted the beauty of their venue and the surrounding area. When your venues floor to ceiling windows open to the bright blue Newport Harbor, it’s best to let the scenery be the pop of color, don’t you think? Continue reading