I am really excited to share today’s real wedding with you, as it is such a beautiful compliment to yesterday’s featured affair. Sent to us by the insanely talented Kate Webber, the wedding took place in Sagaponack, NY this past September. With a really similar color palette to yesterday’s wedding, along with the same beach chic vibe, it’s so fun to see how different brides translate a very similar style…
The gorgeous dress is by Rivini from the Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier in New York and the bridesmaids dresses are Butter by Nadia. All of the paper products were designed by the oh-so-talented, Little Black Book member, Saima Says in Washington DC.
From the bride…
Ted and I met when they when we were seated next to each other by mistake at a wedding in Erie, Pennsylvania. I approached a table full of strangers not knowing that I was about to sit down next to my future husband. A friend of mine (also named Kate Webber, just like our photographer) had brought Ted along as a platonic date. After hitting it off immediately, we were inseparable the rest of the evening. Because I lived in New York City and Ted in Baltimore, I was worried I may never see him again—but 24 hours later we were talking on the phone as if we had known each other for years.
Before moving to New York City and Baltimore, Ted and I started our lives on opposite sides of the country; myself, a native of the Hamptons, New York and Tedof Anchorage, Alaska. Following a year and a half and hundreds of emails and phone calls and countless train rides between Baltimore and New York City, I moved to Baltimore. Shortly thereafter, on a beautiful summer night in my hometown of Sagaponack, Ted lured me to the beach for a moonlit walk that ended with a proposal of marriage.
So much more to come!