Posts Tagged‘emma kemp’

Matrimonial Munchies

shrimp and champagne at the wedding dinner
blue table arrangements and placements
bacon and cucumber appetizer
clear tent at a beachfront wedding reception

Seacoast Weddings chatted with seasoned caterer and Seacoast Weddings Advisory Panel Member Peggy Liversedge of Kitchen Chicks Catering. We now have the scoop on planning for food allergies, important questions to ask your caterer, expecting the unexpected (Peggy recalls a visiting skunk who caused an entire wedding to clear out for ten minutes — “You cannot make that up!” she exclaims), and—most importantly—what makes a good caterer. A necessity for human survival, food should never be taken lightly. This is…

On the Precipice: Philbrick Photography Edge Sessions

wedding portrait above the clouds by Philbrick Photography
bridal portrait on a rock by philbrick photography
philbrick photography ice edge session
wedding photoshoot on a cliff by philbrick photography
bride rappelling down the cliff for wedding photos
edge wedding photography by Philbrick Photography
cliffside perch wedding photo
on the edge of a cliff with philbrick photography
philbrick photography hanging from a tree

Imagine standing on the precipice of a 30-foot cliff. Now, picture yourself adorned in full wedding regalia. Philbrick Photography partners with daring couples to capture breathtaking and thrilling images of couples doing just this — all without Photoshop. The series, called the Edge Sessions, began ten years ago. It all started during Jay Philbrick’s professional climbing guide days. Jay is now a photographer who works in partnership with Vicki, his wife of 30 years. He had been inspired by Cathedral…

Puppy Love

Bride with her well-trained dog

It is said that dogs are man’s best friend. So why not include your pup in your wedding day? Whether they are part of the festivities (ring bearers or even flower girls) or a guest in the audience, take these suggestions into consideration. What’s your dog’s personality? Is he comfortable in big crowds? Is he a barker? Consider hiring a pet-sitter during the service so that you don’t have to worry. If kids are coming to your wedding, ask them…