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Parisian Botanical Garden Wedding

Garden Weddings

Goodness, we have so much love for this wedding. Thanks to its classic color palette and beautiful decor, it could easily have come out of any season of the year! Divine Light Photography captured the entire day, while Flowers & Flowers designed gorgeous bouquets and boutonnieres and the bride tackled all the reception flowers on her own.

Parisian botanical garden wedding - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

From the bride, Juliana: We wanted our wedding to be soft and romantic. We wanted guests to feel as if they stepped foot into an intimate secret garden party styled wedding. We wanted to have some soft tones like blush while still having some pops of color like raspberry and other berry tones; colors that you would typically find in a garden! We definitely wanted to stand out and be a little different.

ballet wedding shoes - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

unique groomsmen portraits - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

gold bridal hair accessory - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

first look - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

first look - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding portrait - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

bride and bridesmaids - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

dahlia bouquet - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding
Flower recipe: The bouquet was done by a florist and I believe he used dahlias, astilbe, eucalyptus, spray roses and lisianthus. For our centerpieces we used dahlias, spray roses, garden roses, astilbe, eucalyptus, anemone, stock, dusty miller, and celosia to name a few.

bride and groom - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

bridal processional - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

ceremony recessional - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

There were quite a few DIY projects! The invitations were hand painted by my dad who is an incredible person! He is a French painter/artist who suffered a massive stroke. He lost his ability to speak but is still able to paint wonderful art. So he painted the invitations, table names (Places in Paris), the seating chart, ceremony sign, jelly jar signs, etc. He did the paintings and then John and I laid it out ourselves in Adobe Illustrator. We also collected milk glass vases and the pink French depression wine glasses, and we made our own mercury glass vases. The flowers were also DIY. We ordered and picked them up from a flower market in the South Bronx and had a close family friend help assemble them! I also painted our chair signs and our bike sign. John and I made the jellies with his aunt that we gave to guests as their gift. We also made a quilt sign and our Aunt will be sewing us our wedding quilt that everyone signed.

modern wedding reception - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

elegant garden reception - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

chair back signs - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

painted table names - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

Ruffled - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding table - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Don’t rush to pick vendors too quickly! We really did our research on each vendor and we were confident they would do a great job. Also, if you think you can do the flowers all on your own, you can’t. Make sure you have family and friends on deck to help assemble and transport to your venue! If you have a clear vision of what you want, make sure to express that with images. You can never be too detailed!

Ruffled - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

colorful wedding cake - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding toast - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

wedding kiss - photo by Divine Light Photography http://ruffledblog.com/parisian-botanical-garden-wedding

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Bridal Party Processional: “Only Time,” Enya
Bride’s Processional: Pachelbel’s Canon in D
Recessional: “Bittersweet Symphony,” The Verve; “Firework,” Katy Perry
First Dance: “You Are the Best Thing,” Ray Lamontagne
Father/Daughter Dance: “The Way You Look Tonight,” Frank Sinatra
Mother/Son Dance: “In My Life,” The Beatles
Last Dance: “Closing Time,” Semisonic

Wedding Vendors

Photography

Divine Light Photography

Venue

The Garden House at The Keeler Tavern Museum

Bouquets and Boutonnieres

Flowers & Flowers

Wedding Dress and Veil

Kathryn Conover Couture

Wedding Shoes

Chloe

Hair Pin

Avigailadam

Earrings

Amazinite

Garter

Nestina

Hair and Makeup

Andrew Stefanou Spa

Bridesmaid Dresses

BHLDN, J.Crew

Groom's Attire

Suitsupply

Groomsmen Suits

The Black Tux

Catering

Diane Brown Catering

Wedding Cake

Beascakes Bakery

Ceremony and Cocktail Hour Music

Art-Strings Ensembles

Reception Music

Aria Melody DJ

Rentals

Party Rentals Ltd

Bouquet Ribbons

Frou Frou Chic

Officiant

Kelly Lemons

Wedding Invitations

Wedding Paper Divas

Italian Inspired Backyard Wedding

Garden Weddings

A dinner party wedding in the bride’s mother’s backyard — it doesn’t get much better than this! Max and Morgan centered their theme around their Italian heritage, adding lots of greenery and herbs to their wedding day and focusing on a truly family style dinner. Julia Elizabeth Photography shone as the photographer, and Harwinton Florist designed the gorgeous floral arrangements.

Italian inspired backyard wedding - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

From the couple, Max and Morgan: Our vision was to create a day that was all about friends and family. Getting married in my mother’s backyard, where I grew up exploring and day dreaming was so special to Max and I. We wanted to share my nostalgia with our guests. Make them feel like they were home. A day filled with hearty meals, lawn games, laughter and family, a backyard wedding but with a modern feel. Even though our wedding was on the larger size, we wanted it to feel intimate. Like a dinner party with family on a summer night. Max and I have so much fun in our relationship dancing and goofing around, we also wanted our guests to experience that with us! I remember Max telling the DJ to never stop the music, Keep the party going!! With full bellies, surrounded by close friends and family, the night was a total hit.

garden wedding invitation - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

white garden rose bouquet - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Ruffled - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

rainy day wedding - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

taupe bridesmaid dresses - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

bride and bridesmaids - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

first look - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

first look - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Our theme went around our Italian heritage, we kept it simple with light grey, and green. For flowers we stuck with herbs and greens (rosemary, and different breeds of eucalyptus). The main DIY projects involved in the wedding were the birch arbor we got married under my mothers friend donated a birch tree off her property for us to use, the “LOVE” marquee sign was made by my husband and his best man, the custom corn hole game and Jenga games were made by my father, and most of the decorations were made by the bride and bridesmaids. TEAM EFFORT!

ceremony arch - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

ceremony flowers - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

taupe bridesmaid dresses - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

ceremony - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

ceremony kiss - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

ceremony recessional - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Our advice would be to not stress! Its an important day, but its only one day in your life! Don’t forget why your getting married (it’s about a celebration about two people becoming one, not about the party itself!)

heirloom wedding details - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Ruffled - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Italian style wedding - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

sweetheart table - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Ruffled - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

table number - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

Italian dinner style wedding - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

wedding reception - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

sweetheart table chairs - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

wedding cake and gold topper - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

we decided on forever - photo by Julia Elizabeth Photography http://ruffledblog.com/italian-inspired-backyard-wedding

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Music was centered around worship music as my husband is a worship pastor.
Processional: “Morning Song,” Steffany Gretzinger
First Dance: “Take the World,” Johnnyswim

Wedding Vendors

Photography

Julia Elizabeth Photography

Florist

Harwinton Florist

Venue

Private residence

Bridal Store

Stylish Impression

Rose Gold Bracelet

Layered + Long

Rings

Armeny

Maids of Honor Dresses

Lulus

Bridesmaid Dresses

Lulus

Catering

Treva

Cake Topper

Better Off Wed

Calligraphy

Mariah Sima

Videography

The Union Productions

Lighthouse Point Park Wedding

Beach Weddings

Photos by:

Daphne and Dean

It never would have occurred to me before, but a beach wedding mixed with a dusty lavender color palette is pretty darn perfect. With some accents of mint green and incredible floral design from Blossoming Blessings, this New Haven wedding was a big winner — see the images from Daphne and Dean to judge for yourself!

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

From the bride, Rochelle: Our wedding day turned out to be more beautiful than how I envisioned it to be. I wanted my friends and family to experience our first day as husband and wife with so much joy, and most importantly, see how much love and FUN we truly have with one another through all of our little wedding details. We wanted everyone to fun, plain and simple.

bride getting ready - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

purple bow ties - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

purple lavender bouquets - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

purple bouquets - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

bride and groom - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

groomsmen portraits - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

90% of our wedding decor was created by both my husband and myself. It was the epitome of DIY. We did the save the dates, invitations, signs, favors, escort cards, sign in decor and the list goes on. One DIY I will always cherish is the carousel wedding logo he created for our invites and placed on our cotton candy bags. We truly are teammates and we honestly grew closer as we worked on all of these projects together. We made a lot of fun out of it and actually have a few of our wedding decor around our apartment! So, as you can see, our little wedding theme/hashtag was all about “Team Schultz.” We even choreographed/mixed all the songs to our first dance together, and practiced it once. That’s not even a joke.. it’s disgusting how are in-sync we are with one another.

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

wedding signs - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

beach wedding ceremony - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

beach wedding processional - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

ceremony recessionals - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

bridal party - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

wedding party - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

For our centerpieces, I had a centerpiece making party where my bridesmaids, friends and family gathered to wrap twine and yarn around wine bottles all night long. Again, it’s important to make these DIY projects fun. Otherwise, it will be a big snowball of stress and no one wants to be around a stressed out bride. No one. My mother made my beautiful veil and sash. My grandfather made our cupcake display but cutting up a tree that fell in my backyard. All of these projects are so cherished and seeing everything put together, truly made our wedding so.. us. It was grand.

twine wrapped centerpieces - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

wedding receptions - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

sweetheart tables - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

wedding macarons - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

puzzle cake toppers - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding

Lighthouse Point Park wedding - photo by Daphne and Dean http://ruffledblog.com/lighthouse-point-park-wedding


View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Processional: “Forever in Love,” Brighton
Communion: “Doxology” performed live by bride’s Aunt and Uncle – Jean and Amy Sandoval
Recessional: “I Do,” Colbie Caillat
First Dance: “I’ll Be There,” Brighton

Wedding Location: New Haven, CT / Photographer: Daphne and Dean / Floral Design: Blossoming Blessings / Venue: Lighthouse Point Park / Wedding Dress: Casablanca via Marie Antoinette Bridal / Wedding Veil and Sash: Bride’s Mother / Hair: Tricia Andolina Kiszka / Makeup: The Colour Amber Makeup Artistry / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Alfred Angelo / Bridesmaids’ Jewelry: Charming Charlies / Bridesmaids’ Shoes: Lulu Townsend / Groom’s Shoes: Steve Madden / Groomsmen Bow Ties: The Tie Bar / Groomsmen Pants: Pac Sun / Caterer: Carmela Marie Catering / Desserts: NoRA Cupcake Company / Tableware: Rent Vintage China / DJ: Colin Howard / Emcee: Michael Arroyo (also know as MikeAdamOnAir) / Videographers: Emperor Studios

Glittery Webb Barn Wedding

Rustic Weddings

Photos by:

Michelle Gardella

What better way to kick off the week than with a glittery and whimsical wedding at Webb Barn? We couldn’t contain our glee when we saw this wedding from Michelle Gardella, Petal Floral Design, and Heidi Chronister and Jen Strunk, which is packed to the gills with design inspiration and creative ideas for everyone.

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

From the bride, Erin: My husband and I are wedding photographers so we attend a lot of weddings every year. We knew when we started planning our own wedding that we didn’t want it to be like every one that we go to and see on the internet, and we didn’t want to do anything because we felt like it was something we HAD to do. We wanted our day to be fun, original, comfortable, and above all personal. We wanted our guests to walk in, feel at home and see both of us in all of our details and know that everything we brought in was thought out and had a reason for being there. I have a degree in art so the watercolor was very important to me, and Peter is a cyclist (he rode his bicycle across the country last summer!) so we tried to incorporate that as much as we could – thats why our family friend Dave made us the gorgeous bicycle wheel chandelier and we had bike details everywhere!! Style-wise we wanted it to be rustic (but not too rustic), elegant, relaxed and fun. We just wanted all of our guests to enjoy being there!

watercolor invitations - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding signs - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wild wedding bouquet - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

bride and groom - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

oversized peony bouquet - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

first looks - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Our wedding was fun, comfortable, elegant, rustic – I changed my color scheme about a hundred times prior to the wedding but in the end it was mint green watercolor and gold glitter. Basically everything at the wedding was a DIY project! Everyone said it would be too much work but it was really important to us to have everything be personal and handmade. My sisters and mom and I worked so hard on everything to have it done in time! In addition to all of the handmade things, sentimental things were very important to us. All of the lace used belonged to our grandparents, the typewriter belongs to my grandmother, the table that the cakes were on belongs to my grandmother, the trunk used for cards was given to me by my grandmother, the glass bottles everywhere are from our grandparents houses and attics, the ladders that held our escort cards belonged to each of our grandfathers, the old books on the tables belonged to our grandparents, the watering can belonged to Peters grandfather.

unplugged wedding signs - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

bridal processionals - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

newlyweds first kiss - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding ceremony kiss - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

newlywed recessionals - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding decor ideas - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

barn receptions - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

glitter vases - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

reception entrance - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

first dances - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

whimsical wedding ideas - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding centerpiece ideas - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding menu signs - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? HAVE FUN! So many people get stressed out and worry about small, unimportant things. Your wedding is about you two as a couple and nothing else. If something is out of place or if a floral arrangement goes missing – chances are no one will even notice except for you! We are very laid back people and we made a conscious decision prior to the wedding to not worry about anything and so on our wedding day, we just relaxed and had fun. It was amazing! Also, don’t feel like you have to do anything you don’t want to do, just because it’s a ‘wedding’ and you feel like you should. We didn’t cut the cake, I didn’t throw my bouquet, and we didn’t introduce our bridal party at the reception – simply because we didn’t want to! It’s about you two and celebrating your love, and that’s all. Don’t worry about what anyone else will think!

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

glitter table numbers - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

wedding barn decor - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

cake tables - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

swiss dot cakes - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

Glittery Webb Barn wedding - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding

newlyweds dancing - photo by Michelle Gardella http://ruffledblog.com/glittery-webb-barn-wedding


View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Processional: “A Thousand Years,” The Piano Guys
Communion: “Swans and the Swimming,” Iron and Wine
Recessional: “Home,” Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
First Dance: “This I Promise You,” N’SYNC – I begged Peter to let us dance to NSYNC as our first dance for months and he kept refusing until the rehearsal dinner! Everyone was surprised and it was absolutely perfect for us – boy bands are our guilty pleasure!

Wedding Location: Wethersfield, CT / Photographer: Michelle Gardella / Flowers: Petal Floral Design / Day of Coordinator: Heidi Chronister and Jen Strunk / Venue: The Webb Barn / Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Dye via Everthine Bridal Boutique / Belt, Hair Flowers, and Bracelet: Untamed Petals by Amanda Judge / Earrings: BaubleBar / Hair: Angela Cimino / Makeup: Jennie Fresa / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Groom’s Suit: Brooks Brothers / Ties: The Tie Bar / Caterer: Impressive Catering Services / Wedding Cakes: Bride’s sister / DJ: Rich Gumpert of Powerstations Events / Wedding Invitations: Bride / Videographer: Dustin & Rochelle Schultz of The Union Productions

Romantic Connecticut Wedding

Elegant Weddings

Photos by:

Katie Slater

This is one of those weddings where we just hardly know where to begin. We could start with the bride’s jaw-dropping Casablanca gown, or the beyond-gorg flowers from Agnew Florist, or even the incredible moment-capturing images from Katie Slater Photography. Probably our favorite detail, however, is how the couple displayed the lyrics to Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” at their reception as they were lucky enough to marry on September 21st.

romantic Connecticut wedding via ruffledblog.com

From the bride, Nicole: We got engaged on a random Monday night after work. Joe had planned on doing it sooner, but our beloved rescue dog Riley had decided to eat a tennis ball a week before and had to go into emergency surgery where they found another tennis ball and squeaky toy in her stomach! Joe kept calling me and asking when I was going to be home from work, and not quite understanding the urgency, I was home later than usual. From there I walked in the door, poured myself a glass of wine and sat down on the couch. Joe, who was in our bedroom asked me to call Riley (said dog who ate the tennis ball) and when I did, she came wobbling out of our bedroom with a box attached to her collar. Next thing I knew he was down on one knee asking me to marry him!

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rhinestone wedding shoes via http://ruffledblog.com/romantic-connecticut-wedding

bride getting ready via ruffledblog.com

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bride and groom via ruffledblog.com
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We decided that we wanted to take a long engagement, really enjoy that time with each other and our friends and family, and not get stressed out by all the hoopla that comes with wedding planning. So that’s what we did and enjoyed a two year engagement, almost to the day! My inspiration for the day wasn’t necessarily a color or a season but rather the people we’d be spending the day with. From the beginning it was so important to me to keep our wedding as intimate as possible and truly share the day with the people we are closest to and who know Joe and I both as individuals as well as a couple. This “inspiration” also translated in the venue that we chose. After looking around Boston (where Joe and I currently live), I had such a hard time envisioning our wedding in a space that neither Joe or I had any connection to. That being said, we decided to have it somewhere which housed so many memories for myself, my family and of course Joe and I as a couple and had it in the backyard of my parents house. The perfect place to throw a big party for our closest friends and family and to continue to build memories.


romantic connecticut wedding via ruffledblog.com

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A couple DIY touches include the table numbers. I used an Italian Water Bottle and ordered some beautiful grey number decals off of Etsy and attached them to the water bottles. Joe, an artist, created the stickers that were on each of the favors (cookies) with a drawing of Riley’s face and a donation to Big Fluffy Dog Rescue, where we got Riley 4 years ago. I wrote the chalkboard that had the lyrics from Earth, Wind and Fire’s song, “September”, as we were lucky enough to get married on September 21st, the last day of summer. Other touches included the place cards, guest book of the Riley pictures (yes we love our dog) and the vision around the centerpieces. My florist provided all of the beautiful flowers, and I collected all of the candles and arranged them as they were seen on the tables with the water bottle table numbers.”

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white wedding receptions via ruffledblog.com

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DIY paper lantern for wedding aisle via http://ruffledblog.com/romantic-connecticut-wedding

newlyweds first dances via ruffledblog.com


View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Location: Watertown, CT / Photographer: Katie Slater Photography / Floral Design: Agnew Florist / Wedding Dress: Casablanca Bridal via The Wedding Embassy / Makeup: Dana Bartone Co. Boutique Salon and Spa / Caterer: Emily’s Catering Group / DJ: David Meister / Band: Bock and Blu Band / Equipment Rentals: The Big Top Rental Company

Midsummer Night’s Dream Wedding

Bohemian Weddings

Photos by:

Kelly Kollar

What isn’t to love about a wedding inspired by all things starry and celestial? The newlyweds in this wedding, sent to us by Kelly Kollar Photography, wanted their wedding to incorporate a love of the night sky and Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a vision which translated into a reception full of hazy pastel colors, numerous chandeliers and pointed stars, and plenty of whimsical touches.

romantic wedding themes

From the bride: Our friends and family were an important consideration in many aspects of our planning. In trying to make the experience as pleasurable and otherworldly for them as for ourselves we settled on two major themes, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the Cosmos. We wanted to combine the feminine, enchanted, light-hearted, whimsy of the play with the more sophisticated, edgy, celestial, all-encompassing feeling of the night sky. The imagery and materials used to achieve this centered around flowers, multi-pointed stars, antique prints, star charts, chalkboard, reclaimed wood, theatrical drops, chandeliers, and mercury glass. The color palette was soft pastels and bright jewel tones, balanced with chocolate browns and black.


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Since summer is our favorite season and our wedding was to be a midsummer night’s dream, we chose the end of August, with warm days and cool nights. Trees are nature’s cathedrals so we knew it had to be an outdoor ceremony. A shady grove of elm trees on site was the perfect spot, our friend and local tree guy, Kevin Corti, trimmed all the dead branches from the October storm. To make it feel more enchanted I grabbed a stack of eggshell white card stock and enslaved family and friends to hours of cutting, punching, and stringing thousands of paper flowers. The end result was ethereal, surrounded by loved ones, the soft breeze caught the flowers and let them fall gently around us. Our friend Kat of Kat Wright & the Indomitable Soul Band sung vocals for Gillian Welch’s “Dear Someone” accompanied by our friend’s band the String Fingers.


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When choosing bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen clothes we wanted each to represent and be chosen by the wearer. The girls chose their favorite color from a palette I provided, the only criteria was that it was a solid color, had texture, and was out of a light, floaty material, such as silk or tulle. The groomsmen were asked to wear colors from a different palette, but were able to chose what pieces they liked best, from thrifted Brooks Brothers vests to Allen Edmond wingtips. The wedding dress, like my mother’s was Priscilla of Boston. After going to several bridal stores and turning up empty handed, on a whim, we tried a different approach. A few of my girls took me to Boston where we wined and dinned all night, waking up to wait in line for six and a half hours at their warehouse closing sale. It was worth it, I bought the dress and veil of my dreams, yards of English net and lace. Not only was it a fraction of the retail price but I have the wonderful memories to go with it. I love the romanticism of old wedding photographs, the delicacy of the brides lace dresses and veils was inspiring to me.


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We built many pieces of furniture and props for the wedding. My favorite being the paper moon my father and Matt made out of plywood which I then giddily covered with handfuls of German glass glitter. A word of warning, but to my slight satisfaction, the glitter was everywhere and on everyone. The cloudy backdrop behind the moon was painted by my friend and bridesmaid Cristina and myself. For a final touch we hung metallic paper stars that we cut and folded. Cristina also drew all the chalkboard signs and artwork. Throughout the gallery, where the dinning room and dance floor was set up, I hung more stars, quotes in antique frames, and giant flowers I made out of dyed tissue paper, coffee filters, and q-tips.


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We also built a bar, six pub tables, and five coffee tables out of reclaimed wood and fabricated steel legs, we now sell them full time on our Etsy shop, New Antiquity. Several family members helped set up tables, string lights, place flowers, table cloths, and sea foam green napkins. Each table was named after an August constellation, I designed and made the table signs using vintage metal frames and antique artwork. The favors were clear rock candy placed on index cards, mimicking a scientific specimen, each was printed with a carefully selected quote. Looking back we couldn’t have done it without the help, love, and support of our friends and family. Having their hand in it as much as we did made us feel cherished and connected. They really did help make our fairy tale come true.


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Wedding Location: New Fairfield, CT / Photographer: Kelly Kollar Photography / Event Coordinator: Paisley Events / Venue: The Sculpture Barn / Makeup: Done by the bride / Hair: Friend of the bride / Cake/Dessert: Made by friends / Caterer: Carl Anthonys Trattoria / Florist: Annabelle Haines of Avant Gardens / Officiant: Bride’s Uncle Pat / Music: Kat of Kat Wright & the Indomitable Soul Band; String Fingers / Contra Caller: Bill Fischer / Wedding Dress and Veil: Priscilla of Boston / Hair Accessory: Anthropologie (refashioned by the bride) / Jewelry: Bride’s earrings designed by Stefan Otter / Stationery: Designed by bride & groom

Nautical Connecticut Wedding

Beach Weddings

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Christina Szczupak

Something about nautical weddings always makes my heart beat a little bit faster. Newlyweds Shawn and Richard seem to feel the same way, because they adorned their big day with sea-inspired touches, from anchor invitations to rope centerpieces to one of the cutest escort card ideas we’ve ever seen, cards attached to compasses! Thanks to Christina Szczupak for sending this wedding our way.

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From the bride, Shawn: Richard and I choose Woodway Beach Club as our venue because of the southern view of the Long Island Sound. We wanted a beachy wedding, but didn’t want to lose the New England feel or the tradition of a wedding in a Church. When Woodway agreed to set up bonfires along the beach, we knew it was the perfect place.

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nautical Connecticut wedding
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Throughout the entire planning process, we tried to incorporate casual nautical themes. We found a lot of our vendors on Etsy, who were able to incorporate our colors and nautical theme. My favorite part of the planning process was the moment we both (finally) agreed on a wedding band. Once we knew our guests would be dancing, the rest of the pieces just fell into place.

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nautical Connecticut wedding

nautical new england wedding

nautical Connecticut wedding


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Wedding Location: Darien, CT / Wedding Photographer: Christina Szczupak / Wedding Venue: Woodway Beach Club / Flowers: Carrie Wilcox Floral Design / Wedding Dress: Pnina Tornai / Wedding Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Groom’s Suit: Jack Victor / Groom’s Shoes: Ferragamo / Cuff Links: David Donahue / Wedding Cake: Sweet Lisa’s / Escort Cards: Laura Hooper Calligraphy / Wedding Invitations: Seahorse Bend Press

Connecticut Farm Wedding

Vintage Weddings

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Yep, this wedding is as close to perfect as it gets. A rustic barn ceremony meets a swinging 1920s reception complete with a band outfitted in Prohibition-era garb is enough to make me spend the day swooning over these photos sent by Dennis of Binaryflips Photography! Get ready to fall in love with Rick and Darren:


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From the photographer, Denis: We can’t express how much we love this wedding. Old farm house location, dash of vintage theme and details, and a band that perfectly fits the ambiance complete their story. Rick and Darren had waited forever for this day to come and it was our pleasure to be part of it.


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Wedding Vendors (Salisbury, CT):

Ceremony Venue: Lion Rock Farm / Reception Venue: Ragamont House / Wedding Photographer: Binaryflips Photography / Design and Planning: Ambiance Luxe Wedding Designs / Live Band: Carte Blanche Vintage Wedding Flowers: Candi’s Floral Creations / Lighting: Correlation Productions / Rentals: Taylor Rental Party Plus

Fall Connecticut Wedding

Rustic Weddings

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This fall wedding is such a winner for all of its perfect little details, all carefully planned by Jubilee Events: the candy apple escort cards, the handmade drink stirrers, the apple slice wedding cake… we could go on and on. Raya Carlisle was on hand to capture Ramsey and Danielle’s (you may recognize her from Community, no?) wedding, which is the epitome of a chic autumnal soiree in Connecticut.

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From the bride, Danielle: The theme — if there was one — was apples. It was a Fall wedding in Connecticut in September which is apple picking season. We wanted the apples to be the theme. We used them in many different capacities. We used caramel apple for the seating card and favor, we used apples all over the place for decor and in the center pieces. We also had two types of apple themed cocktails. Our invitations were handmade by a friend and had an apple tree on it. Pretty much the whole wedding was DIY. Some of the things my mother made were the cake toppers, we had a clothesline with many old pictures of our families from past weddings (our grandparents, and great grandparents, cousins, etc.), at the end of the night we had a homemade cookie table for people to much on after the wedding was over. We also had a beautiful vignette of old furniture set up in the barn. It added to the rustic and homey feeling.

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? My advice after going to so many weddings is there are certain things you should not skimp on, but other things that you can totally do yourself if you want to save money. Food and venue should always be good. The layout of a room is important and there should always be plenty of room to dance. Also music should be fantastic. After that- you really can improvise. What people mostly commented on at our wedding was the love between my husband and I and they couldn’t get over how “different” the venue was. So at the end of the day- it all comes together and your marriage is the most important thing.

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From the Jubilee Events: Danielle and Ramsey were married at a gorgeous and intimate barn in Connecticut, surrounded by their closest family and friends. We had the fortune of being part of their wedding day as they planned their wedding from LA. Danielle is currently guest starring on one of our all time fave television shows — Community! One of my favorite parts of this wedding was that it wasn’t just a celebration of a new family unit, but it also honored their history. The couple was married on the lush lawn overlooking the river surrounded by their closest family and friends. Their ceremony was deeply personal as their parents and siblings stood by them underneath the Chuppah, which housed them with a family prayer shawl. Guests made their way up to the cocktail hour, where they were greeted by one of the most cheerful and entertaining A Capella groups, the LarKings. Guests were quick to find their seats as the sweet candy apple escort cards were too good not to touch!

Wedding Songs:
Groom’s Processional: “Annie’s Song,” John Denver
Bride’s Processional: “Make You Feel My Love,” Bob Dylan
Recessional: “Whenever I See Your Smiling Face,” James Taylor

Wedding Vendors (Middletown, CT):

Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Barns at Wesleyan Hills / Wedding Photographer: Raya Carlisle / Wedding Cinematography: Vantage Point Films / Event Planning: Diana and Candice of Jubilee Events / Wedding Flowers: Azalea Floral Design / Wedding Cake: Palmer’s Bakery / Wedding Dress: Marisa / Wedding Shoes: Anthropologie / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Bride’s Makeup and Hair: DD Nickel / Wedding Invitations and Event Design: Bride’s Mother / DJ: NSR / A Capella Group: The LarKings

Vintage Travel Wedding

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This next wedding from Carla ten Eyck is simply too, too cute to pass up. The couple, Aime and Trevor, carried out a long-distance relationship (Trevor is from Ireland) before finally tying the knot in Connecticut. This ‘long distance’ theme played a large part in their wedding day, as reflected by Aime’s sweet, personal touches on the decor and paper goods. We’re so in love with her invitation suite!

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Wedding vendors (Connecticut):

Wedding Photographer: Carla ten Eyck / Wedding dress: The White Dress by the Shore, Clinton, CT / Flowers: arranged by the bride / Invitations: designed by the bride / Decor: done by the bride

A Vintage Pennsylvania Wedding

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Katie Slater of Carla Ten Eyck sent over the most creative, beautiful off/upbeat (you know what I mean, right?) vintage wedding that will blow your minds. If you live in the NY tristate area, keep your eyes peeled for their vendor list – though their wedding was in Milford, PA, they hired several vendors from Connecticut and New York. I squealed when I spotted her DIY tags made with one of our wedding templates!

From the bride, Leila:

We were fortunate to be allowed to get married at Grey Towers National Historic Landmark in Milford, PA (one of three weddings ever held on this amazing forest conservation estate). I spent my summers running around the grounds when I was a kid and the place holds a lot of significance to me on several levels.

 
 

For my attire, I wanted something unique, elegant and eye-catching. I found a vintage-styled dress at JCrew, where I also bought my shoes, and vamped up the theme with a 20th style finger weave hairstyle.

 
 

Matt’s suit…An interesting story. I think he asked me to marry him mainly to have an excuse to get a custom suit made by Manuel, (located in Nashville, TN). Matt pretty much just asked for suit with Joshua Trees, paying homage to Graham Parsons, and Manuel went to work. We were beyond happy with the result. I’m not a fan of tuxedos and really enjoyed seeing Matt wear something he loved and looked great in.

 
 

For décor, I wanted to choose a style that was timeless so as not to stand out from the 19th century architecture of the property, but with a slightly vintage garden theme, as my great-grandmother, who once lived at Grey Towers, and after whom I’m named, was an avid gardener.

 
 
 

For the seed packet favors, I bought yellow envelopes from PaperSource, onto which I typed using a typewriter, our information and the type of seed to be enclosed. The seed was from our garden, collected the previous fall.

 
 

Wedding Vendors (most vendors are based in CT, but the venue was in Milford, PA):

Photographer: Katie Slater of Carla Ten Eyck / Second Photographer: Sara Code- Kroll of Growing Tree Photography/ Venue: Grey Towers National Historic Landmark in Milford, PA / Florist: Cathy Ryle of Dingmans’s Flowers (570-828-9999) made the large ceremony arrangements, Pinchbeck’s Rose Farm in Guilford, CT is where they purchased the flowers for their centerpieces / Caterer: The River Rock Inn / Wedding Cake: Main cake from Flower Upon Flower in Bedford, NY, chocolate cake from Take the Cake in Guilford, CT and cannolis from Libby’s Italian Pastries in New Haven, CT / Wedding Dress and Shoes: J.Crew (Lyden dress style) / Veil: TessaKim on Etsy / Hair: Donna Helene in Milford, PA (570-296-7221) / Groom’s suit: custom made by Manuel in Nashville / DJ: The Wagon Riders, out of New Haven, CT (mattplayssteel@gmail.com)

Katie Slater of Carla Ten Eyke and Sara Code-Kroll of Growing Tree Photography are based in CT, but are available to travel.

Growing Tree Photography is a proud sponsor of Ruffled.

I have many more images to share, check back soon to see the rest!

Erica + Collin’s 60s Wedding

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I stumbled upon Jacob Pritchard‘s work the other day and had to share this quirky 60s wedding that I saw on his blog. Erica, the bride, shares all the tidbits about her wedding day:

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Collin and I made the CD – the picture is the same one we used on the front of our wedding invitation, which we designed and had printed at a postcard place. We’re both sci-fi dorks and I use sci fi costumes and plotlines a lot in my artwork. The songs are all songs that Collin and I have made together or separately over the course of the probably 15 years or so that we’ve been making music.
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
Their wedding rings had each others’ fingerprints on the outsides.
1960's Vintage Wedding

I wear a lot of 60s/70s/80s clothes but was definitely feeling more of a 60s vibe at the time and thought that would be a good visual theme to the way we looked. I thought I would try on a million different wedding dresses, but I saw that one online and just bought it, and that was that. I had it tailored by this awesome woman Ann Hamilton, who specializes in vintage wedding dresses. She was excited that I was keeping the dress’s poofy arms (one of my fave features on a dress), as most of her clients have her remove the arms from their dresses. She took out the lining of the arms and also replaced the lining of the entire dress, which was this really stiff kinda cheap fabric that made a swishy noise when I moved in it. I also retooled my mom’s veil, replacing the lace and tool, and that felt kind of nice.

1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding

Cupcakes – we asked some friends and family to contribute one dozen cupcakes each of their choice. We did still have a small cake to cut – it was one that my mother made – my favorite recipe of all time. And we had a few dozen cupcakes made from the same recipe. so the end result was a nice assortment of different familiar flavors in a handy pre-portioned size. No plates needed!
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
I’m usually a natural light kind of girl, but I’m loving the use of flash on these photos:
1960's Vintage Wedding

For the dresses for the bridesmaids, we went shopping one afternoon at a few vintage/thrift stores I knew carried a lot of 60s/70s clothing and each of them got a dress within a 60sish palette I was looking to use. I tried to convince Collin to wear a wacky/hokey 1960s or 1970s suit but he preferred to rock a more sophisticated modern look. We had a hard time figuring out what to do with the guys, but ended up finding them shirts (at Express) that more or less matched the ladies’ dresses.

1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding

As for other stuff relating to the aesthetic – I designed some fabric that we used for the backdrop for our photos at the hotel. I had it printed at spoonflower.com. For centerpieces, we planted various plants in milk glass containers that we collected at various thrift stores and tag sales over the course of the summer – 3 per table. We found some really cool and unique pieces, and people seemed to enjoy bringing those home. Each group of 3 sat on a square of the fabric that I made. We also hung some big white lanterns in the barn to lighten up the space, though the barn itself did have a very excellent warm and homey rustic vibe to it. I also tried to aim for a bouquet that was sort of sixties-esque in that it had a cascade. We also had these cool floral bracelets for the ladies which were a nice touch on the florist’s part.

The band – Collin’s family is very musical – his dad has playing guitar for most of his life, his brother Scott is an awesome drummer, and his brother Kyle played guitar back in the day and picked it back up again for them to play at Scott’s wedding in April 0f 08. Collin makes music and has been in a band and plays the guitar and bass. I sing and make music, and my mom sings in the Hartford Chorale. My dad is a huge music lover and got me interested in a lot of music when I was younger. He bought Nirvana’s Nevermind before me – I think that helps to put it in perspective. Anyway…Collin’s family plays together and my family really doesn’t, so I thought it would be cool to join forces and make a supergroup of members from both sides. I sang on most songs and was joined by Collin, his dad Mel, my mom Elaine and my aunt Missy, who’s also a singer and musician. My dad also sang and played keyboard on Whip It (one of his karaoke faves). We were only able to practice twice but it was great fun and I think we did an awesome job.

This is my favorite part of their wedding story:

Also there is a cool story about our engagement. I wish we could just send you a video clip from the ceremony but we haven’t actually digitized it yet. I’ll just briefly go over what we did. My friend Sarah married us, and we worked with her to develop the ceremony and vows. We more or less wrote our vows the night before, which was kinda stressful, but worked out fine. For the readings, we had friends read poems and song lyrics that we wrote over time about each other, and we also had them talk about and demonstrate the Proposal Box, which Collin used to propose to me. He works with electronics and designed this cute little box to ask me to marry him. There was a “yes” and a “no” button and some LEDs. When the YES button was pushed, the Beatles “The End” started playing – right at the part where it goes “OH YEAH! ALRIGHT!!!” We’ll have to put up a video of that in the near future!

Wedding Vendors: (Wethersfield, Connecticut)

Venue: Webb Barn
Photography: Jacob Pritchard
Florist: Gordon Bonetti
Vintage wedding dress: Vintage Wedding
Vintage Dress alterations: Ann Hamilton (NYC)