Drawing inspiration from their sea-side garden venue, Katie and Tom wanted their wedding day to feel every bit as special as their love story. Their wedding day was just that and more with whimsical touches, romantic vibes, and a classic elegance well suited to the mansion that served as a backdrop for their first dance.
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!
There’s nothing like a summer wedding in Newport at the beach! To start the day, the girls rented a condo right across from Perrotti Park in downtown Newport, then walked across the street for a few photos with Whiting Photography. Starting the official fun with photos at Ochre Court at Salve Regina helped set the mood for the day. The last stop was their ceremony and wedding reception at the Rotunda Ballroom at Easton’s Beach. Daisy and Ryan got married in a quick ceremony right on the boardwalk, they then took a couples turns on the carousel and were able to enjoy cocktail hour thanks to their earlier first look at Ochre Court. Keep scrolling to see their amazing reception! Continue reading
Olivia and Zach’s wedding was a true fairytale. The bride’s Ines Di Santo gown with a massive train stole the show, and rightly so! Her grand entrance to one of the nations oldest churches, Trinity Church, was just the beginning of the night’s bold statement. The reception was held at Rosecliff Mansion, a 1920’s white stone mansion on the famed Bellevue Avenue. It was a true party with 200 people dancing the night away. The day’s huge thunderstorm only served to make the mansion feel cozy and romantic, all lit up with candles and filled with white roses as captured by photographer Benedicte Verley Photography. The night winded down with sparkling gold fireworks overlooking the ocean out on the back lawn, a festive way to finish a joyous evening!
It all started in high school when they went to the senior prom together. Justine and Anthony not only went on their first date but they actually also met their future wedding photographer! They went to college, in two different states and built their relationship throughout these years, as a strong and solid loving foundation. When it was time to propose, Anthony asked the same photographer from that first date at prom, to photo-document the event. Hiding in the dunes on Block Island years later in the summer of 2015, their first moments as an engaged couple was captured!
Ellen and Chris met on a February night in 2013 at one of Brooklyn’s finest bars – Hank’s Rootin’ Tootin’ Saloon. Their meet-cute was just that, a cute meet up that grew into a tender romance. In December 2014 a move brought them to Boston, just in time for a record-breaking 100+ inches of snowfall. A year and a half later, they traveled to Syracuse to celebrate Chris’ 32nd birthday. Unbeknownst to Ellen, he had been carrying an engagement ring that he designed with a friend. On the way home, Chris surprised Ellen with a detour to where he proposed. Ellen said yes!
Chelsea and Nick were one of those couples that were best friends above all. They didn’t break a sweat when their wedding day called for a downpour. As the storm clouds rolled in over the ocean and the torrential downpour begin about an hour before I do’s they literally smiled in spire of the rain. After all, what’s a little water when you’re marrying the love of your life?