What’s blush, copper, and coastal all over? Why, this stunning Rebecca Arthurs wedding is my dear. With Inkspot Crow Films capturing every cinematic moment, like those pretty Gus and Ruby Letterpress paper goods and a Wilson Stevens Productions dance party, we’ve got it all waiting for you to peruse in The Vault!

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Colors
Seasons
Summer
Settings
Beach
Styles
Classic

From Rebecca ArthursLiz and Dan were married this past August on a quintessential New England summer day, at a gorgeous seaside venue right next door to where the Groom’s family lives.

This celebration was classic New England with a romantic and feminine flair – nautical details like a raw bar, an anchor guest book, and oyster shell escort cards were softened with blush, peach, and cream florals, gold flatware, and copper accents galore. It was a beautiful day both in the details and the emotion – the Bride’s father served as the officiant and composed beautiful words of advice for the couple, who exchanged vows under a driftwood chuppah built by the Groom’s father and uncles, out of driftwood the couple collected from the very beach where they said their I do’s.

After a sunset dinner on the deck, guests moved into the boathouse where they enjoyed a dessert spread from the famous PB Boulangerie, had fun in the Photo Booth, and danced the night away until it was time for a sparkler exit – under a super moon, to boot!

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Photography: Rebecca Arthurs | Cinematography: Inkspot Crow Films | Coordination: The Little Things | Floral Design: Sweet Annie Floral Design | Stationery: Gus & Ruby Letterpress | Catering: The Casual Gourmet | Hair + Makeup: B Lovely Beauty | Calligraphy: Lettering By Liz | Lighting: Ryan Designs, LLC | Band: Wilson Stevens Productions | Transportation: Cape Destinations | Venue: Chequessett Yacht And Country Club | Desserts: PB Boulangerie | Photobooth: New England Photobooth | Rentals: New England Country Rentals

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