What do you get when you combine two people who love the ocean and eachother? You get this stunning engagement session!
Chelsea & Ed’s Block Island Elopement
Is there anything better than being barefoot in the sand and surf? For Chelsea and Ed, there sure isn’t! This couple choose to elope to Block Island with just 2 witnesses and an officiant for an intimate barefoot beachside ceremony in the waves. What could be better than saying “I do” as the wave crashes against your feet?
Kathryn & David’s Castle Hill Inn Elopement
Kathryn & David met at a rooftop bar in Manhattan in June 2015. Their love of traveling lead to romantic adventures across the globe and eventually led them to settle down in South Kingston, Rhode Island. They decided to elope and 3 weeks later they stood out on the cliffs of Castle Hill Inn and had a beautiful intimate ceremony. Continue reading
A Gilded Elopement – Styled Shoot
For our winter styled shoot we explored Lark Hotel Group‘s Gilded Hotel in Newport. With the perfect combination of old world charm and modern accessories, Gilded is a get away dream come true. For part two of our winter styled shoot we imaged a Newport elopement (for Part one see our Gilded Engagement post). With the models in something a little more formal, we played up the hotels intimate spaces. We started in the billiards room, moved on to the magenta front room, then up two explore two of the suites on the second floor. Every room allowed for a different set of pictures. With so many gorgeous spaces, colors, and wall papers, there’s a room for every mood.
Style Me Pretty – Black Tie Wedding in a French Chateau
There’s something instantly magical about getting married in a far away land. Destination weddings make an already exciting event event more so with the mystery of a new place. This gorgeous black-tie wedding at a chateau in the French countryside is the perfect setting for a romantic etherial celebration. These gorgeous pictures from Style Me Pretty are enough to make any girl swoon.
The flowing table scape, kept in neutral colors, flows gracefully and avoids the jarring cut-up feeling banquet tables can sometimes produce. The house itself is grand and impressive, a theme clearly carried out in this grand party. The “Monsieur” and “Madame” chairs with floral garlands, well they’re just the icing on the cake!