This East Hamptons wedding is all about when chic meets the beach and I'm loving each and every inch of this traditional fete captured by Jennifer Davis Photography and designed by Jill Gordon Celebrate. The sweet seaside church, the pretty pink peonies, and the gorgeous couple all add up to make one stunning affair. Trust me, you've got to head over to the gallery to see this beauty unfold.
From the bride...Ramin and I met on Easter Sunday 2002 on a Metro North commuter train from New York City to New Haven, Connecticut. I was returning from Easter brunch with my family and Ramin was returning from the wedding of a close friend in Baltimore, Maryland. Over the next 7 years, we remained friends and dated on and off until reuniting in May 2009. In January 2010, Ramin and I planned a trip to visit his mother who lived in San Francisco. Unbeknownst to me, Ramin also planned a surprise weekend in Napa Valley, California where he proposed. We had spent several weekends on the Eastern end of Long Island, specifically Montauk and East Hampton the summer before our engagement. We loved the relaxed and down–to-earth feeling of the seaside towns. We knew it was the perfect location for our big day.
Photography: Jennifer Davis Photography / Flowers: Amagansett Flowers by Beth / Event Planning: Jill Gordon Celebrate / Ceremony Location: Queen of The Most Holy Rosary / Reception Location: East Hampton Point / Invitations: Village Invites / Shoes: Manolo Blahnik / Dress: Vera Wang / Groom's Tux: Hugo Boss