With just six weeks to go, it seems the list of questions we have about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s wedding is growing longer by the minute. Who will be Meghan’s maid of honor? Will the Spice Girls really perform at the reception? How many of Harry’s exes will be in attendance? And, perhaps most pressingly, what will Meghan’s dress look like? Though there’s a good chance we won’t find out the answers to any of those until May 19, that hasn’t stopped lovers of all things royal from speculating—and now, they’ve got a new, pretty believable theory about which designer Meghan has chosen to dress her on her big day. Continue reading →
This tent lit up as the sun went down at this backyard wedding in New Hampshire. The modern look of the silver chivari chairs and gray linens were brightened up by yellow flowers and napkins, leaving guests filled with joy.
White cross back chairs seated at lightwood farm tables brightened up this tented reception at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. When nightfall came and things got a little darker, café lights shined from above, giving off the perfect amount of light while keeping the scene dreamy.
Candles were lit throughout this venue, making for a romantic and radiant evening! Filling the venue with white chairs, linens, and more made the atmosphere elegant, while the potted plants used as centerpieces added just the right amount of color.
This graceful cake, the banquet tables, and even the chivari chairs were decorated beautifully with various types of flowers at this ceremony. Subtle pops of purple throughout the room perfectly accented the flourishing feel of the surrounding greens.
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!
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.