Beautiful greenery surrounded guests at this farm wedding in Jaffrey, NH. The weather was warm, but the tented reception allowed everyone to cool off in the shade until the sun went down and they danced the night away. How perfect!
A ceremony at Fort Foster surrounded by friends, family, and the Portsmouth Harbor truly couldn’t be any more special! The greenery and the garden chairs at the KCC allows the beauty of the outdoors to be come alive inside, while simultaneously illuminating that cozy feel.
This tented reception had a beautiful mix of blues and whites and was planned in accordance with a vision of a mid-20th century wedding. The slight view of the water in the background brings out the blues even more as they are perfectly placed along dark farm tables.
This intimate ceremony was held on the end of a dock, where the bridal party and family surrounded the bride and groom in stunning cross back chairs. The rest of the guests watched from the lawn where tents strung with café lights, and dancefloors set-up underneath would soon be home to a celebration.
Pops of natural colors could be seen throughout this wedding held in Southport Island, ME, adding more magnificence than we thought possible to this ceremony by the water. Garden chairs were the perfect choice in a setting like this, as well as the farm tables and cross back chairs highlighting the natural ambiance.
A beautiful garden party themed ceremony at a private residence in Kennebunkport, ME was the perfect location to celebrate. This color palette used certainly emphasized the natural beauty surrounding the location, along with the choice of using farm tables and a wine barrel bar.
The sun was shining through this tent at a gorgeous wedding held at Hidden Pond. Around 70 guests were seated in our white garden chairs for an intimate ceremony, followed by dinner and drinks to share laughs, memories, and even play a few games. The elegant touches of blue along with the small details across all the tables truly made this a night to remember.
A gorgeous sunset highlighting a stunning Sailcloth Tent – breathtaking! This wedding for 250 guests was hosted under a 51×111 Sailcloth Tent at a farm in Ipswich, MA. As day turned to night, the tent was illuminated with café lights strung through the tent. Guests danced the night away on our wood dancefloor.
The Royal Marriages Act of 1772 requires all royal descendants to seek the sovereign’s approval for marriage. But the requirements don’t stop there—the 1701 Act of Settlement prohibits royals from marrying Catholics. Royals may legally wed an atheist or someone of any faith other than Roman Catholicism. The Queen’s eldest grandchild Peter Phillips in 2008, Autumn Kelly converted from Roman Catholicism to Anglicanism so her husband would keep his place as 11th in line for the throne. Soon after Will and Kate’s engagement was announced, officials from Buckingham Palace said the Queen was “absolutely delighted” for the couple, which can only mean she approved of Will’s choice. Sources have also reported that Harry has already asked Her Majesty’s permission to wed Meghan Markle, and the Queen bestowed her blessing. There has been much speculation about Markle’s religious background, and many publications have falsely reported that Markle is Jewish because of a two-year marriage to Trevor Engelson, a Jewish producer, from 2011to 2013. While we’re unsure of Markle’s beliefs, we’re assuming the couple is well aware of the law and we’re hoping it’s a non-issue. Continue reading →