A few more gorgeous photographs and some fun details from today’s featured affair…
Are you in love yet? Just wait until you hear about all of the lovely things that the bride incorporated into their day…
When it came to planning and execution, the couple looked to family members for creative expertise and guidance. Erin’s sister and maid of honor Lauren, a special-events professional, was declared “executive wedding planner.” Erin’s mother designed and made the flower girl dresses in white eyelet with yellow sashes, an eyelet table runner and 200 navy grosgrain and white eyelet ribbon napkin rings. She also spent a year weaving traditional Nantucket baskets as gifts for the nine bridesmaids, each personalized with the bridesmaid’s monogram etched in scrimshaw. WOW.The flower girls also carried her woven baskets, filled with daisies for the ceremony.
The bride, Erin, loves beautiful papers and each element of her invitations were all custom designed and letterpressed by Saima Says. The ringbearer’s “pillow” was a gorgeous NAUTILUS shell that held the wedding bands neatly in its camerae (chambers).
As for the photography, Erin found Kate Webber before even having met Ted! Erin was a bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding at Sea Ranch, California, 3 years earlier and after seeing Kate’s beautiful images and remembering her personality at the wedding, Erin knew she was the one to tell her wedding story! Kate is originally from outside New York and offers several “home markets” outside of her San Francisco base– New York, being one of them!
So, so, so much more to come!