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Sperry Tents

In the world of drop-dead gorgeous weddings, Sperry Tents reigns supreme; from their sweeping panels of sailcloth to their premium flooring options to their breathtaking (+ totally creative) lighting.  Add all of that handcrafted goodness to a fabulous locale under the stars and it’s a day that is as romantic as it is sophisticated… or what we here at SMP like to call the perfect wedding.

Handcrafted by sailmakers in coastal New England, all Sperry Tents feature genuine sailcloth, solid wood support poles and pennant flags that will wave a charming hello to each and every one of your guests.  Think breathtaking tents available in an array of fabulous sizes that are more than perfect for your wedding, welcome party or going away brunch.  Which means that whether you are partying the night away with 400 of your nearest or dearest or preparing for the big day with an intimate rehearsal dinner, there’s a Sperry Tents’ size and shape just right for you and your celebration.

Start planning your dream day by contacting one of Sperry Tents’ Tri-State offices in Mystic and Greenwich, CT; Finger Lakes and Hamptons, NY; and New Jersey.  Trust us, you’ll be so very, very happy you did.

Credits: Image 1: Leila Brewster (Photography) + True Event (Event Design & Coordination) + Hana Floral Design (Floral) + Rentals Unlimited (Rentals) + La Tavola (Linens) + Ryan Designs (Lighting & Draping) | Image 2: Eric Barry Photography | Image 3: Isabelle Selby Photography | Image 4: Charlotte Jenks Lewis | Image 5: SNAP! Weddings | Image 6: Orchard Cove Photography | Image 7: Susan Sancomb Photography  | Sperry Tents


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A Sweet Pink Connecticut Waterside Wedding

Here at SMP headquarters any wedding with Caroline Frost behind the lens brings happy bloggers all around. Especially when said wedding is an intimate waterside gathering adorned with sweet pink accents. From the hand-painted signs, to the rosemary olive oil favors, to the Bride’s timeless Caroline Castigliano gown, every detail in the gallery is sure to be a new favorite. More here!


From Caroline Frost PhotographyThis detail-filled wedding was almost entirely DIYed by the bride- I love what this couple did for their charming little waterside CT wedding and I know you will too!

From the beautiful Bride…We wanted our wedding day to be simple but fun. With only 50 guests, we really felt like we got to share the day with everyone. It was the second week of April and it ended up being 70 and sunny, (even though it snowed the next week). We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day for our waterfront wedding.

We both love preppy, nautical style, and our venue was right on Greenwich Harbor with fun nautical flags and yachts. We wanted everything to feel natural and timeless, so we decided on blush, gray, white, and earthy greens. I love DIY and crafts, and since it was such a small wedding I really wanted everything our guests interacted with to have a personal touch. We designed, printed, and cut our save the dates, invites, menus, and welcome tags. We also made chalkboards and hand-painted signs, and made rosemary olive oil for our favors. We also worked with our venue to create signature cocktails that fit each of our personalities.

We met with a lot of vendors and ended up going with the people that we knew understood our vision, and who we’d want to spend this very important day with. Everyone went above and beyond and made the day so easy for us, I wouldn’t have changed a thing.

My favorite moment of the day was actually before the wedding even happened. Scott and I woke up as the sun rise to sneak off and have breakfast together before the chaos hit. It was so nice to have that time together and remember that this day was about us.

Our wedding was so special to us not only because we got married, but because we packed up our life and moved to the south right when we got back from our honeymoon. It felt like we got this amazing goodbye party to see everyone we love together in one place before we left.

Photography: Caroline Frost Photography | Videographer: Branden Poe | Wedding Dress: Caroline Castigliano | Shoes: Kate Spade | Makeup: NYC Faces | Hair: Styles On B | DJ: Kaos Productions | Officiant: Rev. Louis Olivieri | Hotel: Delamar Hotel | Cake & Treats: Cake Suite | Ceremony Musicians: Premier Strings | Menus, Favors, Signs & Welcome Boxes: Bride | Photobooth: Kaos Productions

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Classic Connecticut Wedding

Dive into this beautiful day captured by Karen Hill and you’ll find about one million and one reasons to love it: the crazy gorgeous Blind Brook Club, the stunning bridesmaid gowns from Amsale and every last detail planned to perfection by White Hall Events… just to name a few.  Add in a bride and groom who couldn’t be cuter and happy, happy Friday.  See it all here  

From Karen Hill PhotographyGretchen and Will were introduced by mutual friends while they were living in Boston. They were invited over for pizza and wine, and the rest, Gretchen says, is history!

Their wedding was celebrated in the brides hometown of Greenwich, CT with friends and family in attendance. Gretchen’s heart was set on getting married in a place that was very near and dear to her family. Having moved many times with her family, around the world for her father’s work, Greenwich has always felt most like home. The bride and bridal party dressed at Gretchen’s family home and the couple was married in the Bride’s church, First Presbyterian Church in Greenwich, CT. The reception was held at the beautiful Blind Brook Club. Established in 1915, this is the first wedding that the prestigious club has hosted and it was perfect. The tent and the decor were lovely.

It was a joyous day, filled with beauty and smiles. Though their wedding in April was unseasonably cold, we managed a few outdoor photos but the gorgeous tent with it’s floral draped chandeliers made it feel more like a warm spring day.

Gretchen says, “Our wedding day was filled with so much love and joy from start to finish. To look around and see all our loved ones in one place, dancing up a storm–it was nothing short of magical!”

Photography: Karen Hill Photography | Planner: White Hall Events, By Amy Hardisty | Cake: Sweet Lisa's | Stationary: J Papers | Church: First Presbyterian Church Of Greenwich | Reception Venue: Blind Brook Club | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Amsale | Brides Gown: Peter Langner | Chandeliers: Social Decor | Personal Flowers And Chandeliers Flowers: Greenwich Orchids | Reception Flowers: Blind Brook Club

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