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Reflections on France, part 2

By Stephanie Kuhn, Social Media Manager for Seacoast Weddings Welcome back! Here is part two of my Reflections on France blog. Thank you for following these updates! Enjoy the post, and check back on ‘A Trip to France’ as well as ‘Reflections on France, part 1’ for refreshers! During our stay there, I reflected on modern relationships. Here I had my brother, who took a major leap of faith and joined the French Foreign Legion when he was 19, and…

You’re Engaged! …So, now what? 3 steps to take once you say “Yes!”

From Guest Blogger: Nicole Mower Weddings and Events If you’re reading this, you’re probably engaged (or planning on being engaged soon). So first off, congratulations! Becoming engaged to the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is a HUGE deal! You’ve probably read a few blogs about planning your wedding, maybe bought a magazine or two (Seacoast Weddings, anyone?) however I want you to take a minute, and read through this quick bit about what your…

Seacoast Hitched Heroes

We always love a great love story. Find out about the incredible project Hitched Heroes here! Love Affair, a premier planning suite, based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a collection of local vendors, providing their services for Seacoast events and weddings. On November 5th, Love Affair, along with a group of their incredible vendors donated a free wedding to a deserving, local, military couple. On August 3rd, a panel of vendors chose Whitney and Dan to be the lucky couple…

Winter is Coming…

Winter is usually known as a time of grey and brown-ness, frigid weather, and a general feeling of I-can’t-wait-for-spring. Here at Seacoast Weddings, we want to celebrate all the incredible things that happen during this cold season! The snow on the ground and how it glitters under the sunlight, the crisp air and how we layer on cute scarves and hats to keep warm, families coming together during the holidays, fresh engagements on New Years Eve, and not to mention…

I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I’ve led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I’ve loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough.

Nicholas Sparks
The Notebook

Love Lines

Reflections on France, part 1

By Stephanie Kuhn, Social Media Manager for Seacoast Weddings Welcome back, everyone! You may remember me from my ‘A Quick Trip to France’ blog, where I, Stephanie Kuhn, went to France to celebrate the union of my brother and his fiancé. We said we would keep you posted, so here is the first part of a two-blog series about my trip! Enjoy. After traveling for a total of 24 hours straight, my mom and I had finally arrived at our…

Don’t Forget Your Wedding #Hashtag!

By Ashli Campbell, Event Producer, Blue Elephant Events and Catering Before the big social media boom of the past decade, we never thought we’d be able to add to and access a collective album of photos via one simple thing: a hashtag. Hashtags are everywhere. They started on Twitter and overflowed into Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms. Nowadays, people are using them for weddings like crazy. The Knot and Mashable partnered for a social wedding survey and discovered that 55% of couples…

If I had a flower for every time thought of you… I could walk through my garden forever.

Alfred Tennyson

If I had a flower

A Quick Trip to France

Oh la la Guess what?! Your Seacoast Weddings Magazine Social Media Manager, Stephanie Kuhn (aka the person writing this), is going to the south of France for 10 days to attend my brother’s wedding! Get ready for lots of photos, stories, and real weddings happening across the pond. My spectacular mother, Lorrie, will be accompanying me during the journey so I don’t get into too much trouble. We will be posting photos and stories and keeping you all up to…

What’s Good is Gold: Regal Romance at Bridal Fashion Week

By Malinda Macari, Owner of Your Dream Bridal Runways from Boston, to New York, to Chicago delivered yet another year of uniquely supreme style during the Bridal Fall Fashion Week 2016 preview this fall. Beyond the peekaboo cut-outs, two piece ensembles, sheer bodices and plunging necklines, gold filigree accents were the main attraction, as were rose gold and blush hues – sure to appear on many well-dressed brides in the coming year. My Designer Picks The gilded age has arrived…