Sarah and Justin, if I could summarize their wedding in one word it would be personalized. Sarah worked really hard to create a day that really reflected the two of them. With having two completely different venues, one for the ceremony and one for the reception, really allowed guests to see the different sides of Newport. The Art Museum, is definitely a fun location, where guests could check out the art work prior to and after the ceremony. With all it's uniqueness, it presents a wonderful backdrop for photos. Having a friend as the officiant, they still included important pieces of their Greek heritage.
What Sarah envisioned for her day and with the pieces that she purchased, we were able to create the Lobster Bar, into exactly what Sarah and Justin had hoped for. The best part was they had hired a Greek Band to play a short set as a surprise to all their family and friends. Trying to get them set up and have them blend was a challenge for sure, but well worth it in the end seeing the joy on so many of their family and friends faces. Congratulations to Sarah and Justin!
Thursday, December 26, 2019
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Elizabeth and Brian chose the Aldrich mansion for both their ceremony and reception location. The weather was absolutely beautiful for their wedding so they were able to use the beautiful grounds for the back drop of their photos taken by Jaclyn L Photography. The gorgeous bouquets and stunning centerpieces were created by Blooming Blossoms. Their escort cards were the periodic table filled with candies to represent Brian's work and even had a copy of his book on hand for friends and family to look at. The guests were able to enjoy the spectacular dessert room that Aldrich Mansion is famous for, The couple departed the wedding in style in a rolls royce as they said goodbye to their guests.