New England, you kill us with your gorgeous backdrops. This beauty from Rebecca Hansen is a perfect example of what can happen when two artists get hitched. Creativity pops out of every corner of this celebration, which happens to have one of the most gorgeous settings we’ve seen all year. Don’t miss the gallery for more rocky coastal beauty!
From the bride, Brooke: We were looking for something that was natural, relaxed, rustic, and slightly eclectic. We sort of had a color scheme: coral, navy, and grey but it was pretty loose and we incorporated other colors throughout. We collected mason jars for the centerpieces, made pom-pom garlands, made the wedding invites, program, and menu cards, hand painted signs, and created a collaborative art piece for the take home gift (because we are both artists).
Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Follow your vision for your wedding but don’t be too rigid, have fun with it!
Rebecca Hansen is a perfect example of what can happen when two artists get hitched. Creativity pops out of every corner of this celebration, which happens to have one of the most gorgeous settings we’ve seen all year. Don’t miss the View all images from this wedding in the gallery
Recessional: “Walking on a Dream,” Empire of the Sun
First Dance: “Skinny Love,” Bon Iver
Wedding vendors (Bristol, RI):
Wedding venue: Mt. Hope Farm / Wedding photographer: Rebecca Hansen / Wedding flowers: Robin Hollow Farms / Wedding gown: Nicole Miller / Bride’s headband: Eddera Paris / Bride’s shoes: J. Crew / Bride’s necklace: COATT / Groom’s suit and shoes: Hugo Boss / Groom’s tie and shirt: Paul Smith / Musician: Scott R. Arrington / Wedding caterer: Russell Morin / Wedding cakes: Sin Bakery and Pastiche Bakery / Wedding invitations: made by bride and groom / Transportation: School Bus from Fisher Bus Inc.
Rebecca Hansen is a member of wedding vendor guide, Blue Label. Click here to view her portfolio.
The bride, Brooke, is selling her wedding gown! Click HERE to view her listing.