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Private wedding On Pawtuckaway Lake New Hampshire

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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.

Items Rented:

Dancefloor

Cross Back Chairs

Wine Barrels

Private Wedding In Jaffrey New Hampshire

Photographer is Kate Preftakes

This wedding set-up in the beautiful hills of Jaffrey, NH is simply stunning. Not only was this private residence the perfect location for a Tidewater Sailcloth Tent, but the timeless arrangements underneath the tent are breathtaking. In case of rain, this couple opted for window sailcloth tent sides to prepare for any inclement weather. The white wash cross back chairs add a countryside and modern feel. The white cotton linens and water goblets keep it classic and simple. Just gorgeous!

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Clear Tent Wedding In Nottingham, NH

A lakefront property in Nottingham, NH, provided the perfect canvas for a beautiful Clear Frame Tent. Guests had a unobstructed view of the lake while dancing and celebrating the marriage of their loved one.

Items provided by Exeter: 30×45 Clear Frame Tent with cafe lighting. Dark wood farm tables, 60″ round tables, fruitwood garden chairs, dance floor, stage, linens, flatware, glassware and plates.

Wedding Planner: Love Affair

Private Wedding in Nottingham, NH

 

A lakefront property in Nottingham, NH, provided the perfect canvas for a beautiful Clear Frame Tent. Guests had a unobstructed view of the lake while dancing and celebrating the marriage of their loved one. We worked with Wedding Planner Love Affair from Portsmouth New Hampshire.

We provided 30×45 Clear Frame Tent with cafe lighting. Darkwood farm tables, 60″ round tables, fruitwood garden chairs, dance floor, stage, linens, flatware, glassware and plates.

What’s Your Signature Wedding Style?

In my book, The Big White Book of Weddings, I discuss style in detail. Here, in a nutshell, are four bridal styles to consider. Happy self-discovery!

 

By: David Tutera

One of my first questions to any bride is, “What kind of bride are you and what is your wedding style?” Now, I’m not trying to find out what kind of person you are at work or at home, or what kind of style you’ve followed until now — the fact is, you as a bride may end up learning that you are entirely different from your everyday persona.

The Classic Bride: Traditional Elegance

Your wedding is exactly what every little girl dreams of. The classic bride has a style that is timeless, elegant, rich, ethereal and romantic, and chooses décor that speaks to that. Opulence is a must here. I love filling the room with dripping crystals and florals hung from chandeliers, tall taper candles mixed into luxurious and overabundant floral arrangements, crystal or precious-metal containers that create a focal point for your tablescapes and candles of all sizes clustered on luxurious linens. Continue reading

4 Steps to Finding the Perfect Engagement Ring

There are a few big purchases in life that you really don’t want to mess up — a first house, a health care plan, a new car, and especially, the engagement ring for your loved one.

According to The Knot, a popular wedding inspiration magazine and planning website, the decision is so important it takes consumers more than three months to find the perfect ring, and the average cost is $5,000.

If you’re starting to sweat under the pressure, here’s a step-by-step guide to make your decision easier: Continue reading

Helpful Tips for Picking the Perfect Engagement Ring

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9-12-09 44x63 -6Looking at your loved one’s existing jewelry can help you find an engagement ring that fits her personal style.

Your fiancée will wear her engagement ring every day for the rest of her life, so choosing the perfect ring is crucial.

How do you know if you are buying the right ring? Follow these simple tips from the experts at Jewelry Information Center, a non-profit trade association that has offered consumers information about fine jewelry for over 60 years:

– Look at her existing jewelry wardrobe. The jewelry your partner has will give you hints about her personal style. If she owns a lot of sterling silver or white gold, then she is a cool-metal person, making a white gold, platinum or palladium ring an ideal choice. If she has more yellow metals, then she is a warm-metal woman, so stick to yellow gold or rose gold. Continue reading

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring Your Wedding Photographer

full_0412_f1_8(NewsUSA) – Sponsored News – Some moments are simply too important to trust to a camera phone.

Your wedding will be one of the most memorable times of your life, and no one can capture it better than a professional photographer. So how do you find the right one? As you interview photographers, ask them these questions to help you determine if he or she is the right photographer for you.

  1. Do you have a portfolio I can review?

Reviewing sample work allows you to see the photographer’s style. Is it more formal or candid? Look for images you can see yourself in. Think of three words that describe you and share those with your photographer. Continue reading

Note to Brides and Grooms: Don’t Forget to Buy Each Other a Present

Shap2(NewsUSA) – If you’re reading this story, you’re probably one of the approximately 825,000 couples who’ve just gotten engaged since Thanksgiving and are now planning your wedding. So here’s perhaps the single most important reminder — and grooms do seem to need more reminding than brides — anyone will offer: Tradition holds that you both exchange wedding presents.

(Yes, grooms, even though you just bought her an engagement ring.)

But what to get? Continue reading

The 5 People You Should Leave Off Your Wedding Guest List

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Jen Glantz

 

When you’re starting to jot down the names of people you want to be part of your wedding day, you may have a whole category of people you’re scratching your head over, wondering if you should extend them an invite. Whether it’s a person you haven’t spoken to in more years than you can remember or a person that has a bad reputation for making a party all about them, for the very wrong reasons, it’s important to pick and choose the people you surround yourself with on your big day very, very carefully. For starters, here are the 5 kinds of people it’s more than OK to leave off your wedding guest list. Continue reading