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Southern New Jersey Enchanted Woodland Wedding Inspiration

Woodland with a beautiful side of whimsy, this stunning shoot captured by Bri Morse Imagery is not to be missed.With elegance infused into every picture perfect detail, not to mention gorgeous florals from Primrose And Company and gowns from Elizabeth John’s, this gallery is a must see

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Spring
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Park
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Elegance

From Bri Morse ImageryThis shoot’s inspiration all began with the whimsical, oversized unfinished wood chairs (as you will see in the photos) that my husband handmade actually. I sketched them out, found the right wood, and he made them for me (followed by the sweetheart and cake table too)…how sweet is that?! I’ve been dreaming up an idea like this to photograph for awhile. Something that was simple and beautiful, that had a bit of a fantasy feel to it. We wanted the look to be elegant and timeless, with a whimsical and unconventional twist. A contrast between rough unfinished design elements and fine beautiful details.

The dress is called “The Forrest” (fitting!) by Lela Rose, and the gorgeous alternative bridal jewelry featured is by the talented Anne Sportun. The groom’s band was lent to us by Bario Neal, whose unique jewelry is ethically sourced.

Peonies with a blush bleed and soft Bridal veil flower, touches of wheat and white berry. Handmade ivory paper with fine gold thread as accent. Rustic ruffle cake with peonies and gold branches and a touch of textured greenery. Billows of sheer ivory fabric created a asymmetrical and deconstructed alter site.

Photography: Bri Morse Imagery | Floral Design: Primrose And Company | Wedding Gown: Lela Rose "The Forest" | Cake: Cake Doodles | Invitations: Just Be Studio | Hair & Makeup: Susan Hoff | Groom's Attire: Ralph Lauren | Bridal Salon: Elizabeth John's | Bride's Jewelry: Anne Sportun | Groom's Band: Bario Neal | Jewelry Boutique: Dandelion Jewelry | Venue: Forest

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Colorful Yacht Club Wedding

I could probably sit here all day and tell you exactly why this sweet Mallard Island Yacht Club wedding completely rocks, but let’s just start out with the obvious.  It’s soooo pretty.  Think vibrant colors (hello coral, pink, yellow + teal) meets whimsical stylings, all in a seriously breathtaking setting.  Now add in the photo expertise of the talented Kay English and, well… happy Wednesday.  See it all here.

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Fall
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Yacht Club

From Kay English Photography… Both the bride and groom love the Jersey shore, and in fact, they met there. With Mallard Island Yacht club being as exquisite as it was, the bride and groom felt they should add some more casual and laid-back touches. Little additions like the cupcakes and hints of chevron made the occasion beachy, yet chic. The bride, an art director, tried to create constant surprises for her guests. From personal menus to childhood photos, guests were surprised by loving touches at every turn. The night was special one, as guests enjoyed a beautiful cocktail hour, followed by dinner and a photobooth and then dancing the night away. Truly a beautiful night at the Jersey Shore.

Photography: Kay English Photography | Floral Design: MDS | Cupcakes: Cake That! Manahawkin | Stationary: K Jensen Design | Reception Venue: Mallard Island | Catering: Taste Catering | Hair: Zee Ruiz Ten Hair And Makeup | Officiant: Steven Jensen | Makeup: Jeanine Mangan Makeup Designs | Photobooth: Photobooth Pop Up

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New Jersey Summer Camp Wedding

Any wedding set at a kid’s summer camp gets automatic “cool points” in my book. But when it also happens to include bright, beautiful florals from Garden State Floral Design and gorgeous photography by the one and only Kay English, you better believe it’s a swoon-fest just waiting to happen. So what are you waiting for? See much more in the gallery right here.

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Summer
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From The Bride…My husband and I wanted to have a wedding that was a little different than other weddings we had been to. Although ballrooms and chandeliers are no doubt beautiful, they just aren’t us. Our favorite past time is sitting outside with a cocktail, listening to our favorite music and so naturally, we were drawn to the idea of making our wedding an outdoor event. We were set on having an outdoor ceremony and thought what better way to have that outdoor feel for the whole wedding than having a tented wedding with the tent walls open and and natural air flowing through. It didn’t hurt that there was a gorgeous lake sitting in the middle of our venue that made for spectacular pictures!

We wanted our wedding to have a fun, rustic vibe; yet an elegant and romantic feel at the same time. From that moment on, we started to refer to our wedding as “Rustic Chic.” I immediately became gleefully overwhelmed with all the details I could incorporate from lace and burlap to mason jars and wild flowers. The possibilities were endless! For starters, I couldn’t wait to pick out the invitation, but didn’t want to pay an arm and a leg for something most people would discard shortly after receiving it. When I started looking for invitations, I did not come across anything in my price range that accurately represented our wedding. I love when weddings have DIY elements to them and so I decided to make my own invitations with a custom made template from a very talented online company. Now I could tailor it exactly the way I wanted detailed with kraft paper, mason jars and twine! It was a labor of love for sure, but I received an abundance of compliments that made all the countless hours of work worth it.

We wanted our ceremony to really represent our personalities and love for one another. We knew without a doubt that we wanted to write our own vows, but still include all the other aspects of a traditional ceremony. In addition, we still wanted to incorporate our catholic backgrounds with passages from the bible and saying “I do” in front of a 10 foot high cross adorned with, what else, sunflowers.

After our ceremony, my new husband and I toasted with mason jars containing our signature drinks of white peach sangria and bourbon & sweet tea. This wasn’t only a wedding; it was a huge party with 250 of our closest family and friends who we danced the night away with. It was an unforgettable day and I’ll always treasure every moment of it!

Photography: Kay English Photography | Videography: Your Cinematic Wedding Studio | Florist: Garden State Floral Design | Wedding Gown: Liancarlo | Reception Venue: Windows On The Water | Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid | Hair: La Sorella Bridal | Band: Hank Lane Music | Groom's Attire: J.Crew | Groom's Tie: J.Crew | Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew | Makeup: Gianna Giacona Hair And Makeup Artistry

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