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Clear Tent Wedding At Hamilton House, Berwick, Maine

Our clear sided sailcloth tent leaves nothing to the imagination, boasting an elegant white wedding style reception. The walnut cross back chairs and silver matte satin runners add to the classic charm of the table, while our etage flatware frame the wedding white dinner plates neatly.

Venue: Hamilton House

Photographer: Mat and Ash (mat-and-ash.com)

Wedding planning by: She Luxe Wedding and Design

Items used:

Sailcloth tent with clear sides

Walnut cross back chairs with white cushions

Banquet tables

White poly linens

Silver matte satin table runner

White poly linen table cloths

White poly napkins

Etage flatware

Wedding white dinner plates

Classic water goblet

Classic wine glass

Classic champagne flute

The Wedding Trends To Keep And Ditch In 2018

Found  this great article on predicting the trend in weddings for the 2018 season. There are 7 industry experts giving you information that could be valuable to you. So, enjoy.

Exeter Events and Tents offers The elegant Sailcloth tent, or a clear tent for your reception under the stars. We service New Hampshire, Maine and North Shore of Massachusetts. Give us a call and find out how the Sperry experience will make your outdoor tent rental carefree, so you can concentrate on enjoying your big day.

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Anna Price Olson

Published on December 6, 2017

We asked some of the country’s top planners to predict the future. Continue reading

Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress Could Be Designed by British-Based, Kate Middleton–Approved Brand Erdem

 

 

Time for some more Royal Wedding breaking news! Wedding gown alert.

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Andrea Park

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

Backyard Wedding, New Hampshire

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.

Items Rented:

Tent

Cocktail Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Farm Tables

Silver Chivari Ballroom Chairs

Round Tables

Café Lights

Wine Barrels

Dancefloor

Wells Reserve At Laudholm Wedding

Location: Wells Reserve at Laudholm

 

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.

Items Rented:

Farm Tables

White Cross Back Chairs

Dishes, Linens, Silverware

White Garden Chairs

Café Lights

 

Wedding At Rivermill at Dover Landing

 

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.

Items Rented:

White Garden Chairs

Cross Back Chairs

Round Tables

Farm Tables

Cocktail Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

What You Don’t Need at Your Wedding

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Nick Douglas8/23/2017

Legally, all you need for a wedding is a visit to the county clerk’s office, and whatever else your local government requires. (Check here.) Everything else is optional. Of course, some things are more optional than others. Most weddings these days skip the garter toss; many skip the bridesmaids and groomsmen, and some even skip the flowers. What matters is that you pick the right elements to keep making you and your guests happy. Continue reading

Ways To Make Your Small Wedding Feel Like A Big Celebration

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Hello Giggles

Margeaux Baulch Klein8/18/2017

It’s not just the ridiculous cost of weddings these days that makes some couple opt to have a small wedding guest list. Whether you live far away from your extended family or simply can’t think of 200+ people you care enough about to invite, small weddings often make more sense.

However, just because your wedding is tiny in size doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t look and feel as glamorous as a bigger shindig. Here are some small wedding ideas that will make your intimate gathering look and feel as special as anything you might see on Pinterest or Instagram. Continue reading

Hidden Pond Resort, Kennebunkport, ME

“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.

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6 unexpected honeymoon ideas for millennials

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Hello Giggles

8/24/2017

A ton has been written about how millennials have changed the wedding industry — from skipping traditions that don’t align with their values to opting for smaller but still Instagrammable receptions — but they have also revolutionized the honeymoon industry.

Part of this change may be a result of twenty and thirty-something couples forgoing traditional registries and using apps like Honeyfund to raise money to travel (rather than being saddled with a set of fine china that they’ll never use).

There’s also the fact that millennials are more well-traveled than any other generation, particularly since cheap airfare and sites like Airbnb and Couchsurfing have made it easier to travel the world. So when they get married, the typical honeymoon trope of spending a week at a “romantic” all-inclusive resort just won’t do for many millennials. Instead, they are opting for offbeat and unexpected honeymoon ideas, like the ones below. Continue reading