Two New Yorkers, Kaitlyn and Adam, made their way to Newport for their Fort Adams Wedding. A true collaboration of their styles, their big day combined a bit of old school charm with some modern day flair. From their dog Sadie being their “flower girl” and fireworks being set off across the water from Fort Adams (which was a total coincidence) that made their reception totally unique. Ellysia Francovitch Weddings and Jenny Courtney Photography captured everything from the flower dog to the fire show perfectly for the happy couple, and for you! Continue reading
Kate & Tyrone’s first date was a New England classic sport, candlepin bowling. The couple bonded over their love for travel, music and animals. Their whirlwind romance included trips to Puerto Rico, France, the Bahamas, Turkey and Dubai. The big ask happened when Tyrone asked Kate to be his wife while the couple was visiting a vineyard in South Africa. Now that’s an engagement adventure! Continue reading
Set up by a mutual friend, Alexandra and Todd met at a local bar in Charlestown. They spent the night lost in love. Not wanting the night to end, they strolled hand in hand through the grounds of Parris Landing until they stumbled upon a swimming pool. Todd suggested that they take a quick moonlight dip and Alexandra knew she had met her match. From there, the fun continued through countless country concerts, hanging with friends in Boston, late night pizza and occasional moonlight swims. Todd proposed to Alexandra 6 years later in Boston and planned the most amazing engagement weekend full of amazing surprises, family and friends.
Caleb and I (Claire) met in January 2008 during my freshman year at Roger Williams University. Caleb was roommates with one of my best friends from high school who was just returning from his study abroad session in Italy and invited me over to a party. As soon as I walked into their apartment, I saw Caleb for the first time and he had the most captivating smile. We didn’t talk that night besides being introduced to one another, but after I got home from the party, I called my mom and told her that I had met the guy I was going to marry. After that night, we started talking and developed an incredible relationship full of Boston Bruins games, Big Macs and Nantucket beach days. Six years later, Caleb proposed at the Beavertail Lighthouse in Jamestown on a beautiful February day.
Every once in a while a fairy tale comes to life and for a day, everything is more perfect than Disney himself could have even imagined. Lindsey and Anthony’s Rosecliff wedding was just that, the perfect fairy tale. From their ceremony in Salve Regina’s Chapel to their stunning reception at the magnificent Rosecliff, their day was graceful, elegant, and refined. The soft color palate kept everything dreamy and airy, just the way we like it. Scroll down and be prepared to swoon at their gorgeous pictures!
Lindsey and her now husband Dave met through his cousin. She is a hairstylist right outside of Boston and Dave’s cousin was one her of her clients. Lindsey had been doing the cousins hair for years. Lindsey had mentioned that she saw a picture her client posted on Facebook of Dave and said she thought he was cute. The client told Dave, he checked out Lindsey’s Facebook and they set up a date. Social media really is the modern match maker! Their first date was on a Thursday night, and Dave promptly asked Lindsey out for the following Thursday night. They have been inseparable ever since! The first date was full of laughs and endless conversation and their life together has been the same.
They choose to say their vows at the beautiful Regatta Place. You couldn’t get much closer to the water with this beautiful dock-top wedding venue. With Lindsey and Dave’s beautiful venue, stunning florals, and perfect photography, their day was perfectly captured for us to see. Hope you love it as much as we do!
Birthdays are the best. Especially if your name is Timothy Lynch. Out with friends for his 23rd birthday, he saw this cute girl at the bar. Little did he know, he had just met his future wife. A senior at Boston University, Stephanie was out with her roommates. When Tim approached her asking to share a birthday drink, she made him show his license to make sure it was his birthday. A girl can’t just give out birthday drinks you know. After the meet cute makeshift date, Tim asked for her number and they talked for the next month while she was home in Wayne, NJ for winter break. After the holidays, Stephanie and Tim had their first real date and the magic started. Inseparable ever since, they moved in together after Stephanie graduated. 2 Years later Tim proposed and Stephanie of course, said yes!
If you’re an art lover and Newport, we have the perfect venue for you. The Newport Art Museum is located on Bellevue Avenue in the heart of downtown Newport. The beautiful grounds are perfect for pictures, cocktail hour, or just a romantic stroll. Inside you’ll find beautiful artifacts, paintings, and sculptures that make for beautiful wedding decor.
The beautiful grounds can hold a sizable tent. Inside as many as 250 guests can come for a standing reception when multiple rooms are used, and up to 185 for a ceremony. Where ever your guests wander they will be blown away by the beauty of the architecture and art. The Newport Art Museum is a beautiful slightly non-traditional venue for an exciting art-loving couple. Next time you’re wandering down Bellevue, stop by and take a look for yourself. We promise you don’t be disappointed.
(Images taken from NewportArtMuseum.org)