A Vintage Hamptons Wedding
Brace yourselves folks, because this wedding will blow your mind. Designed by the über talented Heather from Amorology Weddings and photographed by rockstar photographer duo Amelia and Justin Lyon, this vintage Hamptons wedding is most likely one of my favorite weddings of the year here on Ruffled.
From Heather of Amorology Weddings:
I was so excited when Kaite came to me to help her plan her wedding and it seemed only fitting to create a vintage Hampton inspired theme for her and Jordan. After meeting at college and spending some time together in Huntington Beach, careers took both Kaite and Jordan to New York where their incredibly romantic relationship really began. Spending time on the beaches in the Hamptons, the pair often had sand in their toes and it was truly “Beside the Seaside” that they fell in love, not only with one another but with the East Coast.
The basketweave vases and hydrangeas combo is so preppy-Hamptons. Love the mix of striped and turquoise tablecloths.
Jordan’s boutonnière consisted of a tiny sea shell, succulent and orchid, which made for the perfect vintage beach bout!
Heather managed to find a crab shaped bread that decorated the reception. So cute!
Kaite’s bouquet consisted of garden roses, orchids and stalk with lace wrapped stems and vintage brooches.
Topsiders for the groomsmen seemed like a natural choice for a classic Hamptons look!
The bridesmaids wore navy blue dresses purchased at Target.
The boat photobooth that Heather from Amorology Weddings designed, with the “Beside the Seaside” logo that Courtney from Brightly Designed. They used vintage umbrellas and custom pillows (from Pin Cushion Princess on Etsy)
Wedding Vendors (San Diego, California)
Wedding Designers and Coordinators: Amorology Weddings
Florist: Twigg Botanicals
Photography: Amelia Lyon
Paper Elements: Brightly Designed
DJ: Hit it Music
Catering: Crown Point Catering
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals
Linens: Wildflower linens
Cake: European Cake Gallery
Hair and Make-Up: Tracy Mathis
Bridesmaids dresses: Target
Men’s suits: Friar Tux
Photobooth photos: Mike Cunningham from Digital Orange
See more photos from this gorgeous vintage Hamptons inspired wedding on Heather’s blog.