Posts Tagged‘Gardens’

Sue Ko & Sam Walsh

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June 7th, 2014 Ipswich, MA Sue and Sam had an immediate connection when they first met. Introduced by mutual friends, they shared similar views on life and their career directions. “It was lovely to see how well Sam melded with my family,” Sue says, noting that he fit right in with her tight-knit Korean relatives. The couple wanted a traditional wedding ceremony that reflected themselves and their new union. Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA, was one of their favorite spots to visit on the North Shore so they chose to get married at the adjacent Crane Estate. The couple’s close…

Unique Wedding Venues

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From off the beaten path to off the mainland Choosing a venue is the first of many decisions you’ll make when planning your wedding, but what happens when you can’t seem to find “the one”? The Seacoast is bursting with quintessential wedding spots. You’ll find breathtaking views, rolling green fields and impressively renovated barns. However, if you’re looking for something a little different for your special day, you have plenty of places to choose from. Did you know you can get married in a grand historic castle in Massachusetts? At a brewery in New Hampshire? Or on your own private…

Laura Eaton & Greg Halsey

photograph of st michael parish
wedding party group photo
wedding dance circle with a man playing clarinet
riding in the back of a vintage car to the ceremony
cutting the wedding cake
sky shot of the happy couple
sharing a kiss on a vintage car
purple and orange bouquet from lyndsey loring design
groom with matching purple tie boutonniere and pocket square
bridge and groom with matching bouquet and boutonniere
Flowers complimenting the purple dress
wedding dance circle
wedding day kiss in the garden

November 2nd, 2013 Exeter, NH Introduced by a mutual friend while attending the University of New Hampshire, Laura and Greg Halsey started their relationship as friends. Laura gradually realized Greg might be “the one” and, one day, “it just kind of hit me,” she says. The couple’s laid-back attitude carried over to the warm fall day when they exchanged their vows. Although nervous before the ceremony, Laura relaxed when she realized “It’s easy to marry the person you really love.” During the reception, Laura and Joe, Greg’s young cousin, performed her signature dance move – the worm – to the…