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!
It’s no secret that we love everything pink and preppy, and the Vineyard Vines whale is no exception. What’s not to love about a brand that’s all about fun in the sun? As it gets colder here we’re dreaming of warm weather weddings, with sun and waves and of course, our favorite summer wardrobe staples. You know, like Vineyard Vines.
If you’re dreaming on a Vineyard Vines themed wedding, check out their wedding site and maybe even create a customize tie and cummerbund set for your big day. Complete with a personalized embroidery/text section on the backside of the tie, these set are the perfect groom and groomsmen gifts. A one of a kind piece they will actually wear again.
If we were planning a Vineyard Vines themed wedding it might look something like this…
The cake would be pink and navy with whales of course.
The groom would wear this smashing “Crabby” tie.
There would be plates and plates of these whale cookies.
The ring bearer and flower girl would be too cute to handle.
Even the drinks would be decorated with whales.
There would be no shortage of fabulous bow ties.
There would take lots of pictures like these.
The bridesmaids would be cool, comfortable, and stylish.
The favors would be just the cutest.
And the couple might even sail away on a VV printed surf board. You know, just because they can.
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