Poems and Readings can bring clarity to your intentions for your wedding day, and are a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the words you choose to share. Readings are wonderful to include in your ceremony, or to bring a moment of mindfulness to your reception. I encourage you to borrow any readings you connect with your for celebration!
A romantic Yale Elopement in New Haven, Connecticut. “Our favorite and most emotional moment was when we revisited the exact spot where we took our very first picture together on our first date. All of our old memories together came flooding back to us and it was such a special moment to show how much our love has grown together since then.” – Nathan & Janice
Alana & Kyler’s summer engagement session at the Rose Gardens at Elizabeth Park in Hartford, Connecticut was full of bountiful florals. “There are over 15,000 rose bushes and 800 varieties of old and new roses in the garden. Featured are hybrid tea, climbers, hybrid perpetual, and floribunda, shrub, and pillar roses, among others.”
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From a Table for 2 in your Backyard to Styled Lounge Areas to a Romantic Picnic, I wanted to share a few ideas for couples planning an elopement or micro wedding in the time of Coronavirus!
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Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. I’m sharing 14 celebrations to inspire your fall wedding!
A neutral palette, with a focus on black and dark gray as one of the main shades.