Liz and Riley’s Newport Vineyards Wedding

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!

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Nemythe and Chris’s Newport Vineyards Wedding

Nemythe and Chris’s Newport Vineyards Wedding highlighted all the best parts of their rustic venue with minimalistic decor and lots of fresh greens! Plus, the bride’s grandmother made the wedding cake. <3 Continue reading

Whitney and Tyler's Newport Vineyards Wedding

Whitney and Tyler’s Newport Vineyards Wedding

A note from bride Whitney… “I moved to Los Angeles from Boston, MA in July of 2007 and Tyler moved to Los Angeles from Binghamton, NY, July of 2013. In 2014, I had back surgery for a herniated disc and during the two weeks I was out of work, my office relocated to Burbank, CA. I remember seeing that there was a physical therapy office right in the same building that my office was moving to and thinking I could go on my lunch break. I walked into my first appointment sore, chubby from not being able to work out, and not feeling confident overall. Tyler walks over and introduces himself as my Physical Therapist and it was love at first sight. We both had the same feeling but different reactions. I remember thinking, “Damn, he has to see me doing all of my awkward exercises?” and Tyler says he could barely form a sentence because he was so focused on my smile. We found out we were both from the northeast, both went to school in Boston, and both were huge Red Sox fans. We started dating two weeks later and the administrative assistant still makes us know that she was the one who put me on Tyler’s schedule.

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Brittany and Trevor’s Christmas Wedding at Newport Vineyards

Imagine it’s December. It is a bit chilly and there’s a breeze. You are on Thames Street in Downtown Newport. Looking over to Tallulah’s you see a man in a black coat nervously standing outside. That’s Trevor. He’s waiting for the blind date his sister-in-law set up with her friend Brittany. He had told Brittany that she’d be able to recognize him for his black coat. Was that a silly thing to say? What if someone else had a black coat? What if she didn’t see him?

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