Posts Tagged‘wedding gown’

Jackie Eagle & James Diguiseppe

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September 19, 2015 Groton, MA Planning a wedding can be challenging, but planning a wedding from thousands of miles away would daunt even an experienced event planner. Thanks to their families and friends, Jackie and James – who are originally from the Boston area – were up to the challenge. James proposed to Jackie on her birthday, December 30, 2013, three days before they moved from Chicago to Sydney, Australia. “We knew we’d be planning a wedding from afar,” says Jackie. The couple’s families handled much of the planning. Jackie’s mother visited venues in Boston. A friend from Chicago, Tyler…

Featured: Olivia Stephenson & Kyle Dupell Wedding

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We love all weddings that happen on the seacoast. Take a look at this featured wedding with Olivia and Kyle! {the wedding recipe} Wedding Planners: Love Affair Wedding Photographer: Julia Russell Caterer: Chill Catering Florist: Flowers By Leslie Reception Music: Revolution DJ Transportation: Axis Hair: Crown & Halo Makeup: Joya Beauty Rentals and Tent: Exeter Events and Tents Bartenders: Raising the Bar Bathrooms: Dave’s Septic Lighting: Event Lighting Concepts

Winter Romance: Part 3

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New Englanders embrace winter. What’s not to love about getting married during the coldest season? Magnificent scenic views, softly falling snow, a cracking fire, snugly fur wraps, and toasty warm drinks – they go hand-in-hand with the season. These photos feature real winter weddings as well as seasonal inspiration from the area’s most talented wedding photographers and vendors. Check back in throughout the year to see more Winter Romance albums we have in store for you! Here’s Kelcie and Mike Anderson’s wedding, who tied the knot during a snowstorm in Portland, ME. Kelcie always wanted a winter wedding, and Mother…

Winter Styled Wedding Photo Shoot with a Touch of Sparkle

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We adore today’s winter antique wedding inspiration.  It actually took place inside an antique shop, we love the fact they used old trinkets and props for the shoot – the perfect something old for a wedding day. “Inspired by the idea of keeping things fresh all winter, I styled this shoot using lots of greenery, beautiful leather hides and natural elements.  We set up in a brand new antique shop in Grand Rapids, Michigan called Vintage on Lake Drive, used all the trinkets in the store and added tons of candles as the perfect backdrop for the shoot and created a nice…

Winter Romance

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New Englanders embrace winter. What’s not to love about getting married during the coldest season? Magnificent scenic views, softly falling snow, a cracking fire, snugly fur wraps, and toasty warm drinks – they go hand-in-hand with the season. These photos feature real winter weddings as well as seasonal inspiration from the area’s most talented wedding photographers and vendors. Check back in throughout the year to see more Winter Romance albums we have in store for you! Winter Bride Rachel Kenyon positively glows on her wedding day.  She even was able to do her own makeup!  Her elegant updo was done…

Amanda Delanoy & Colby Gamester

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August 15th, 2015 Portsmouth, NH Amanda and Colby share a mutual love of dodge ball – that’s how they met – and fun. They dated for seven years before Colby proposed to Amanda during a Labor Day cookout, in front of 65 people, including Amanda’s family. The couple was the last of their friends to get married. “We’d been to a total of 35 weddings in the last four years, we’ve seen it all,” says Amanda. “We loved every single one of them so we knew what we liked and didn’t like.” The couple wanted an easy-going celebration that reflected…

Tips & Trends

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Lighting, photography, style and other tips and trends from our experts TIP: Create a Reception Timeline When’s the right time to leave your wedding reception? Don’t leave the decision up to guests. Create a timeline that ensures people have enough time to socialize, eat and shake it on the dance floor, but closes down the party before eyelids start to droop. Five hours is a standard length for a reception, says Fausto Pifferrer of Blue Elephant Events & Catering in Saco, ME. This allows one hour for cocktails, one for dinner, and three for dancing. To make sure things run…