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A Clear Tent Wedding At Hidden Pond Resort In Kennebunkport, Maine

There’s something really spectacular about the way our clear frame tents look on the patio of the barn at Hidden Pond Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine. This couple opted to extend their tent to a 40’x45’ in order to accommodate their full seated reception underneath. The family style rows of dark wood farm tables with our fruitwood chivari chairs made for a great conversational layout! Simple touches of greenery complemented the wedding white dishware and elegant glassware settings on the table so perfectly!

Vendors: Venue- Hidden Pond Resort, Tent and Rentals- Exeter Event’s & Tents, Photographer- Rachel Buckley Weddings, Coordination/event design: Seacoast Harbor Events, Florals: Watershed Floral

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Two Bayview Frame Tents were installed to host to an intimate wedding of 130 guests at a private home in Ogunquit Maine. Guests enjoyed dinner and dancing with breathtaking views of the ocean shore. Café lights were strung throughout the tent providing a romantic glow during the evening celebration. The night was magical!

Location:

Ogunquit, ME

Vendors:

Seacoast Harbor Events

Items Rented:

20×75 Bayview Frame

30×45 Bayview Frame

Café lights

Chestnut Farm Tables

White Wash Crossback Chairs

Natural Wood Garden Chairs

Dancefloor

Wine Barrels

Dark Wood Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Cocktail Tables

Wine Barrel Bar

Exeter Events Wedding In Rollinsford Maine

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.

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Wedding Made Beautiful With Exeter Events.

 

What better way to compliment our rustic farm tables and cross back chairs than to pair them with the always amazing Barn at Flanagan Farm in Buxton, ME?! The warm gold touches from our brushed gold flatware and gold rim dishware went perfectly with this couples fall wedding. We just love the way they used our chestnut benches for their ceremony!

Rentals: chestnut benches, dark wood farm tables, walnut crossback chairs, brushed gold flatware, gold rim dishware, prima glassware.

Private Property Wedding In Epping, NH

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?!

 

Photographer- Maine Tinker Photography

Tent and Rentals- Exeter Events and Tents

DJ and Uplighting- Get Down Tonight, Jeremy

Catering- Hart’s Turkey Farm

Coordination- Nicole Mower Weddings and Events

Venue- Private Property

 

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Why Do Brides Need to Have Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue?

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Reader’s Digest

Claire Nowak4/18/2017

The traditional wedding rhyme goes: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in your shoe.

It describes the four (technically five) objects a bride should have with her on her wedding day for good luck, and brides have been following this custom for centuries. But why?

The mantra started as a Victorian-era rhyme that came out of the English country Lancashire. In that time, the ‘something blue’ was usually a garter, and the blue and old items protected the bride against the Evil Eye, a curse passed through a malicious glare that could make the bride infertile. ‘Something borrowed’ was preferably the undergarment of a woman who already had children. Legend says that wearing this would confuse the Evil Eye into thinking the bride was already fertile, and the curse would be thwarted. (Find out where the bouquet toss comes from.) Continue reading

6 Tips for Planning Your Wedding Photos Like a Pro

(NewsUSA) – With everything that goes into your wedding day, those once-in-a-lifetime moments will go by in a blur, which is why hiring a professional wedding photographer is a must. After all, the last thing you should be worrying about is whether your photographer will be able to capture your big day.

The key? Prepare yourself so that you can accurately evaluate the “right” photographer for you.

“The best photographer will take the time to build a rapport with you and use his or her experience and creativity to capture the mood, personality, ambiance and even the geography of your wedding,” says PPA (Professional Photographers of America) photographer Berit Bizjak. “The finest wedding photography is more than a series of still pictures. It’s physical poetry — it tells the story of the day and portrays the essence of both people and place.” 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

15 Dumb Things You’re Doing That Hurt Your Marriage

DSCN0073Most couples fight are over little things, but these kinds of squabbles often mask bigger problems.

By Kate Storey

FEB 2, 2016

You know that feeling when you can sense a fight coming on with your partner? You get that knot in your stomach, your blood starts to boil, and your mind races. It’s okay to embrace the battle, according to relationship experts Dr. Judith Wright and Dr. Bob Wright — as long as you know what you’re really fighting about.

“Fighting is so good because your relationship is about growing and becoming the very best person you can become. Fights are one of your best tools for learning,” Judith tells GoodHousekeeping.com. “They’re servicing a lot of your unconscious gunk. They’re bringing problems up to the service. They’re letting you know what you care about, what you really desire, what you really yearn for deep inside. They’re teaching you so much.” Continue reading

The Outdoor Wedding Planning Guide

z219208_10151185667203216_1229685222_oBy Anja Winikka

 

There’s something special about an outdoor wedding: the unparalleled beauty of a rocky ocean shore, a romantic botanical garden, the warm familiarity of your own backyard. But as gorgeous as these sites are, there’s also a significant amount of legwork and orchestration that goes into planning an alfresco celebration. From the lighting to the loo, here’s how to pull off a flawless tented reception.

Set up camp

Tents can be pitched just about anywhere. Stake one in your favorite park or even outside a gorgeous mansion. Continue reading