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.
A gorgeous look at this tented reception at Parsons Beach in Maine, where the drizzly day didn’t hold anyone back. The bright green lawn matched the greenery draped along the tables perfectly, and the twinkling café lights strung underneath the tent lit up the evening!
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 engagement was just announced, but royal wedding fever is already here.
No one does pomp and circumstance like the Brits, and when it comes to royal weddings, they rule. I’m one of those people who set the alarm for 5am so I could get up and watch Lady Diana arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral in a gold, horse-drawn carriage to marry Prince Charles. Ever since, I’ve made it my personal mission to know everything there is to know about the fascinating family at the center of the world’s longest running soap opera.
After two books and countless conversations with royal insiders (including Diana’s brother, Charles), I’ve gained plenty of insight on how things work within “The Firm.” Although they only just announced their engagement yesterday, plans for Harry and Meghan’s wedding are well under way. Here’s what we know so far. And for more royal engagement coverage, here are 10 Secrets the Palace Doesn’t Want Meghan Markle to Know. Continue reading →
There is something so classic about the blend of neutral tones with a touch of rustic. Dark farm tables accompanied by walnut crossback chairs provide a timeless look and feel and can really be used in any setting. The blush goblets along with the pink and white flower arrangement add a beautiful pop of color to tie the look together. The celery panama napkins add the perfect amount of texture and the ivory plates with Etage flatware keeps the look clean.
“Breathtaking” just doesn’t cut it for this wedding set-up at Hidden Pond Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine. With a spin on the current “glamping” trend, Hidden Pond makes you feel like you’re out amid nature, all while offering a beautiful cozy feel with their pools, spa, and amazing restaurant, Earth. The clear frame tent pictured, allows for no obstruction of the surrounding landscape and at night, the stars illuminate the night! The café lighting and chandeliers add the touch of glow needed for the dark of night, and add just the right amount of warmth. The walnut cross back chairs match the rustic theme embodied at Hidden Pond. There is no denying the beauty, love, and attention to detail surrounding this wedding and its décor.
There’s a certain indescribable presence our sailcloth tents have, and this private property in Epping New Hampshire allowed for it to be captured in all its glory. This beautiful 40 acre industrial property was the perfect setting for our 51’x111’ tidewater sailcloth tent. The translucent top allows for the festive glow of up-lighting to shine through, and the clear sidewalls give you a sneak peak of the party going on underneath. Can you imagine how full that white dance floor must have been?!
For many brides, the quest to plan the perfect day can quickly turn into a nightmare trip down the aisle. Here are a few tips to keep your wedding day bliss from turning into the honeymoon blues.
* Marriage Planning 101: Once the ring goes on, the race to plan the perfect wedding begins, giving couples little time to think about the marriage itself or how their wedding spending decisions could affect their future. But smart couples are now setting aside time to address pre-wedding issues such as what they will do when it comes to financial planning, spending money, raising children and family politics. Continue reading →