You folks are in for a treat this Tuesday morning. An elegant barn wedding type of a treat – and in my book that is right up there with chocolate. Let me just give you a little hint of all the prettiness you are about to devour – Webb Barn is full of sparkly chandeliers thanks to the rockstar team at Ryan Designs, the simply elegant florals done by none other than Jessica of Jessica Country Flowers are just perfection, and it was all captured so beautifully by two of my favorite folks – Justin & Mary. Sounds pretty delicious right? Well just wait until you see the cute as can be kiddos and the seriously stylish bridesmaids, because that is a treat in and of itself. See what I mean? It’s all better than chocolate, and there is even more in the full gallery of fabulous images.
From Jessica Country Flowers…Their wedding featured many vintage accents. The bride and groom used old wooden doors (with glass panes) to hand paint their guests tables/seating chart. It was very original and decorated with wispy greens and flower blooms. We used vintage suitcases stacked up for their envelopes.
Ryan Designs added stunning chandeliers to the interior of the barn. Which added that extra sparkle. We used vintage Depression glass tea cups for many loose blooms of garden roses and peonies to float in. Her centerpieces were an eclectic mix of various vases and vintage glassware. The reception featured some small round tables and a few long rectangle, family-style tables. Ryan Designs also graced the barn door entrance with organic muslin fabric to soften the entrance. Most of the flowers consisted of white garden roses and white peonies with a slight pop of pale pink for color. Anna’s bouquet was a stunning mixture of white ranunculus, white peonies, white garden roses, dusty miller leaves and such. We wrapped it with an ivory ribbon, then Anna added a Tiffany blue color ribbon her mother had embroidered over top of that. (which was the same embroidery from her mother’s wedding dress) That perfect added touch of personalization! The groom surprised Anna with a gift the morning of the wedding. He had selected a Kendra Scott necklace for her to wear. So romantic! The groom dressed in a dark grey suit, blue tie and white sneakers. So cute!
Their menu was incredible. Because their ceremony was held on site at the Webb Barn (under a big maple tree), guests were treated to freshly popped Maple Kettle Corn from Lamothe’s Sugar House and refreshment of lavender lemonade and mango iced tea which was created by Emily’s Catering Group. Appetizers were sea scallops wrapped in bacon with horseradish sugar glaze, sweet potato fries served in bamboo cones with basil salt and garlic mayonnaise, baby lamb chops and pizza with caramelized onions, blue cheese and mozzarella. For dinner, guests were served a duo plate which featured Chipotle marinated fillet of beef on a bed of Chipotle caramelized onions alongside herb seared sea bass topped with sweet & tangy dry cranberry salsa. Each dish was served with mouth-watering Mascarpone Risotto and seasonal vegetables.
As guests departed they were given “old-fashioned” miniature donuts dusted with sugar in individual wax paper bags. Each bag of donuts was served with an individual chocolate milk. The perfect ending to a perfect night! With Emily’s Catering group (and really all the vendors involved) absolutely NO detail was overlooked. Everywhere you turned there was a ton of detail.
Location: Webb Barn / Floral Design: Jessica Country Flowers / Caterer: Emily’s Catering / Maple Kettle Corn: Lamothe’s Sugar House / Wedding Planner: Sixpence For Your Shoe / Make-up: Sandra Downie Beauty / Wedding Dress + Styling: Modern Trousseau + The White Dress by The Shore / Bride’s Necklace: Kendra Scott / Sweets Table: Cookies Creatives by Jennifer / Calligraphy: Dancing Pen Calligraphy / Paper Suite: Stonington Design+Paperie; Intima Press; printed on Strathmore 100% cotton, Soft White 110CB Officiant: Michael O’Loughlin / Wedding Cake: Lauren Kroesser (Sister of the Groom) / Event Design: Ryan Designs / Mirrors: HB Home / Rings: Niletti Creations / Wedding Photography: Justin & Mary