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Local Wedding Guide: Connecticut

We’re wrapping up our week with another installment of our Local Wedding Guide series. Next up is Connecticut, filled with stately grounds and utterly chic couples. These wedding pros are based in CT, but are ready to jet off to wherever their couples will wed:


Event design by Jubilee Events and florals by Blush Floral Design. Photo by Katie Slater for Carla Ten Eyck

Photographers:
Kristin Studio

Event Design:
A Polished Plan
Jubilee Events
Ambiance Luxe Wedding Designs

Floral:
Hana Floral Design
Blush Floral Design

Venues:
Worthington Pond Farm and Gardens

Wedding Decor:
Word Couture

In case you missed any of our features from this week…

Philadelphia wedding at Terrain
Geometric 30th birthday party from Jesi Haack
Borrow Baby Couture: children’s clothing for rent
Dana-Powers House wedding: part I
Dana-Powers House wedding: part II
Neon wedding inspiration from Emerson Events
Tissue paper garland tutorial
DIY neon striped glasses
Goodies for your bridesmaids from Weddington Way
Berry-inspired Floral Shoot from Sarah Winward
This Anaheim backyard wedding
Mountainside wedding at Mammoth Lakes

This week, in Recycle Your Wedding

Alfred Sung “Pippa” wedding dress
Collection of vintage fork stands
Set of chalkboards and glass votive holders
Petite crinoline for wedding dress
Anthropologie monogram mugs
Lot of 62 china plates
Streamer photobooth backdrop

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