Sure, wedding planning can be a tad bit stressful, but finding that perfect Montauk venue? Not as difficult as you think. With Sole East Resort, saying “I do” in sophisticated + laid-back style is as simple as relaxing poolside in their St. Tropez lounge beds… easy. From their manicured gardens to their amazing service, this is quintessential Montauk to a tee. Scroll to plan that fairytale wedding.
Saying “I do” in a glam day that is equal parts luxurious AND relaxing isn’t always easy, but Sole East Resort manages to make it all happen… and beautifully. Think an understated, yet totally elegant garden party meets that laid-back Montauk vibe and you are on the right track. Not to mention the completely tasty cuisine at their Backyard Restaurant and the proximity to those world-famous Atlantic Ocean beaches. It’s a full-service property basically meant for a weekend retreat with your nearest and dearest. Just ask bride, Alison. “We had a vision of the setting, mood, ambiance and wanted to find the right venue where we could create the setting… Sole East was the perfect destination for our dream wedding.”
Ready to begin that journey to an authentic celebration rich in FUN and crazy beautiful details? Contact the amazing staff at Sole East Resort TODAY to start planning.
Sole East Resort is offering a 50% discount off catering rental fees for booking available 2017 Spring & Fall wedding dates, along with a complimentary wedding night stay in a Garden Cabana Suite for the Newlyweds! Call now, friends.
Photography: Jay Ackerman | Photography: Matthew Burke | Event Design: Ali Reeve Design | Floral Design: Mimosa Floral Design Studio | Wedding Dress: Mark Zunino | Lighting: Matt Murphy Event Lighting | Tent: The New York Tent Company | Ceremony & Reception: Sole East Resort | Day of Wedding Planners: Duke + Van Deusen | Paper & Calligraphy: Overdressed Paperie | Rentals: Party Rentals LTD
I’m all for a grand ballroom affair in the heart of NYC, but drive me 10 miles outside the city to the beauty that is The Always All Ways In and that, my friends, is where you’ll find my happy place. Think ten breathtaking acres, a modern mountain chalet and a renovated pole barn + outbuildings just ready to host your Big Day. It’s rustic. It’s low-key. And it’s all sorts of pretty. Check it out below.
Set against the gorgeous backdrop known as the Catskills, The Always All Ways In takes laid-back, low-key country weddings to an entirely new level. From the modern 1500 square foot pole barn designed using all locally-sourced materials to the fully-stocked bar (hello, late night poker tournaments and pre-wedding champagne toasts) to the vintage airstream (umm… amazing) to the beautiful Mountain House (a sweet chalet perfect for day-of pampering, catering prep or relaxing post-wedding), there isn’t a spot on this stunning compound you won’t fall head over heels in love with. There’s even a half-acre swimming pond stocked with local trout. You know… just in case you want to take a dip at some point over the weekend. It truly doesn’t get any better, loves.
Whether you’re planning an intimate celebration with just your nearest and dearest or a larger event for 120 fabulous guests, The Always All Ways In will take that rustic meets romantic vision of your dreams and make it a complete and total reality. Contact their talented staff today to begin planning – we can’t wait to see every last moment of your awesome day, ’cause, umm… we love this place.
Take a classic color palette – ivory and gold – and add in a punch of color (teal!) and what do you get? One really fun and fabulous wedding that we’re pining over (and pinning nonstop)! Brigham & Co. captured every delightful detail of this Connecticut celebration, from the unique wedding dress (designs by Amy Kuschel and Jenny Yoo combined) to lots of late night dancing thanks to Around Town Entertainment. See it all in our Vault right this way!
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From Brigham and Co… They didn’t know it yet, but Sarah and Brendan lived only three blocks apart before they found one another. With big hearts, and a knack for good humor, it’s no surprise a little comic relief took place when they met for their first date at Pen Rose in NYC when Sarah hugged a guy she thought was Brendan, only to find out he hadn’t arrived just yet. After this first encounter, these two were bound together for what would soon become forever.
On September 17, 2016, Sarah and Brendan wed on a picture-perfect autumn day at the Hartford Golf Club in West Hartford, Connecticut. Sarah readied with her maids at her mother and father’s elegant Farmington, Connecticut home, donning an assortment of fine details and a wedding dress that turned heads – an elegant Amy Kuschel and Jenny Yoo combo.
Sarah and Brendan joined their love in an Interfaith ceremony held outdoors on the grounds of the Hartford Golf Club, beginning this next, wild chapter of life with the groom’s customary “breaking of the glass.” A modest gathering of those nearest and dearest cheered and exalted as the celebration moved gracefully into a beautiful, sunset-lathered cocktail hour, and onward into a candlelit reception adorned with white roses, variegated greens, and live music to dance the night away.
Photography: Brigham & Co. | Event Planning: Double G Events | Floral Design: Haworth's Flowers | Wedding Dress: Jenny Yoo | Wedding Dress: Amy Kuschel | Cake: A Little Something Bakery | Invitations: Paper Source | Bride's Shoes: Lilly Pulitzer | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Makeup: Jennie Fresa Brow & Beauty Bar | Hair: Posh Bridal | Band: Around Town Entertainment | Groomsmen's Attire: The Black Tux | Venue: Hartford Golf Club | Bridal Boutique: The White Dress by the shore