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Modern + Romantic Spring Wedding Inspiration

We had a winter to remember here in New England so at the first signs of spring, we flew open our windows and took some much needed big breaths of fresh air. To say we appreciate the beauty of the season is an understatement and this shoot by Emily Delamater captures that joy, with L. Brook Events designing a springtime scene full of bright blooms and sweet treats. See every pretty petal right here!

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Spring
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Conservatory
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Whimsical

From Lindsey Norton of L. Brook Events… After a long winter there is no greater reward than the splendor of Spring. Romantic flowering trees and bright blooming buds seemingly emerge overnight in a whimsical way similar to that of a young, love story. The inspiration behind this shoot was to incorporate all of our favorite Spring and early Summer colors, flowers and textures. The Circus Conservatory provided the perfect venue with its high ceilings, white washed brick, polished concrete floors and ample windows. This modern and open interior was the perfect backdrop to highlight the many vibrant colors of Spring we incorporated in the shoot.

To contrast the light and industrial interior, a farm table with classically elegant cross back and tufted chairs was set with soft, ruffle-trimmed linens, white china, crystal glassware and antique gold flatware. Hand-lettered, raw-edge linen ribbons acted as place cards and added to the tablescape design along with tall, white, taper candles with glass votives, but the true focus was the bright, beautiful blooms. The lush centerpiece was crafted of poppies, anemones, ranunculus, narcissus, peonies, parrot tulips, jasmine vine and other local blooms and greenery.

For the understated, ceremony backdrop, an installation was created using ferns and blooming branches. A beautiful naked cake with strawberries and a lemon rosemary pound cake were displayed on a dessert table with petals, lush greenery, framed pressed flowers, and a wall hanging with a favorite quote from famed Maine author Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: “Came the Spring with all its splendor, all its birds and all its blossoms, all its flowers and leaves & grasses.”

Photography: Emily Delamater | Event Design: L. Brook Events | Floral Design: Watershed Floral | Hair & Makeup: Stacia Tetrault | Groom's Attire: Brooks Brothers | Venue: Circus Conservatory | Bride's Attire: BHLDN | China And Flatware: Marshall Rental | Desserts: Sarah Carter Hill | Farm Table And Cross Back Chairs: Heartwood Essentials | Paper Goods, Linen Place Cards, Wall Hanging: Dancing Ink Calligraphy | Tufted Chairs And Linens: L. Brook Events

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Rustic Summer Wedding at Marianmade Farm

We got a little sneak at the love between these two on Friday, with their engagement shoot in Austin, Texas. Emily Delamater caught their newly engaged bliss then and continued capturing their story at Marianmade Farm in Maine, where they said their “I do’s” with a rustic and romantic celebration. DSD Media filmed away and I can officially declare this to be one very happily ever after tale.

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Summer
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Rustic

From Emily Delamater… Karissa and John’s wedding was held at one of my favorites New England venues – Marianmade Farm. The couple lives in Austin, TX but they are originally from New England and wanted to celebrate with friends and family back home and also give their guests a good excuse to come visit Maine, a place they both love. I knew I liked them right away and we were lucky enough to get to visit them in Austin where we shot their engagement session at the gorgeous San Michele just outside the city.

One of the reasons I love Marianmade is because it is a flower farm owned by an incredibly talented florist so the whole property is beautifully laid out and always filled with gorgeous blooms of the season and a vintage Airstream to boot! I loved the use of color in their details, the mix of white, peach, plum, grey and gold. It was a perfect mix of New England charm, late summer blooms and great style.

Photography: Emily Delamater | Videography: DSD Media | Floral Design: Marianmade Farm | Wedding Dress: Watters | Cake: 111 Maine Catering | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Joanna August | Catering: 111 Maine Catering | Officiant: A Sweet Start | Wedding Venue: Marianmade Farm | Day-Of Event Coordination: Wendy Caron, Dragonfly Wedding Coordinator | Getting Ready: Sheepscott Harbour Resort | Rentals: Marshall Rental

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Playful Outdoor Kennebunkport Wedding

There are some weddings that just look fun—so fun that you wish you had been a guest. This is one of them. From the bright turquoise and pink color scheme to the energetic dance floor to the Champagne bottle escort cards, this wedding was clearly a good time—and there’s proof: the photos from Bethany and Dan Photography and film from Ready Set Film. See all the fun in the gallery.

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Summer
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ChurchInn
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Whimsical

From Bethany And Dan PhotographyWe adore these two human beings. I swear from the moment they walked into the Waban Starbucks to meet with us we loved them. After spending an evening with them for their engagement session we were counting down the days till the wedding day, right along with them. We were SO excited to be their wedding photographers and we were absolutely not wrong in our anticipation of the wedding’s fabulousness. It was incredible. Besides all the gorgeous details, fabulous location, stunning bridal party, classy everything(!), this wedding was 100% focused and the right thing: L-O-V-E! Kelsey and Chad are crazy about each other. It is infectious and every single person at this wedding was SO happy they were getting married. It was a palpable the whole time we were there.

A few of my favorite moments of the day: The first look complete with private tear jerking vows. The way Chad looked at Kelsey all. day. long. Kelsey’s sister’s toast… if there is a perfect sister version of a toast, it was this one. There was not a dry eye in the tent. I wish I could bottle that love up and take it around with me everywhere. During the sunset photos were were out on the beach right in front of the tent. I think every person at the wedding made their way to the edge of the tent and watched. It was so cute! We would turn around and look between shots and everyone would wave! Their friend Brendan took a table cloth off one of the tables and made it into a jump rope during the reception. ’nuff said.

Photography: Bethany And Dan Photography | Videography: Ready Set Film | Event Planning: Azalea Events | Wedding Dress: Cristinas Bridal | Cake: Let Them Eat Cake | Ceremony: St Ann's Episcopal Church | Reception: Breakwater Inn | Makeup: Laurel Makeup | Hair: Fringe Hair Art | DJ: Double Platinum DJ

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Sweet Monday Photography + A Discount!

In the world of drop-dead gorgeous images, Sweet Monday Photography reigns supreme.  Think soft, light-filled captures that are as romantic as they are stunning and you are most definitely on the right track. So when it comes to soaking in the pretty, we’re all about devoting a day to Sweet Monday’s latest masterpiece… a shoot that is chock-full of outdoor beauty and spring-filled happy.

Known for their love of nature and ability to capture those special moments you didn’t even realize were happening, Sweet Monday Photography is endlessly inspired by the New England landscape… and it shows in every moment of this gorgeous styled shoot set against the stunning Mount in the Berkshires. Picture classic meets modern details and colorful blooms with a touch of traditional lovely and a splash of bohemian charm.  It’s all sorts of seriously stunning, lovelies… and it’s just what we’ve come to expect from Sweet Monday Photography.

Whether you’re looking to capture your love against a golden autumn backdrop, or snuggled up with the snow twinkling in the background, Sweet Monday’s talented team of photogs will most definitely preserve those special moments that you will cherish for always.  Contact them now to start your journey to beautiful photography.  You can thank us later, loves.

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How: Interested couples just need to mention this post when inquiring about Sweet Monday’s availability on their wedding date via the contact form on their website. Discount is not applicable for custom Collections, but may be applied to any of the standard packages.  The discount will be honored a total of 10 times on a first come, first served basis.  Click here for more info!

Photography: Sweet Monday Photography | Event Design: LoLo Event Design | Floral Design: Poppy Floral | Wedding Dress: Flair Boston | Invitations: Lynn Graham Designs | Jewelry: Ore Jewelry by Sophie Hughes | Makeup Artist: Making Faces Weddings | Hair Stylist: Love Notes By June | Calligraphy: Pier Gustafson | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Mount | Desserts: Tatte Bakery | Models: Model Club Inc. | Rentals: Peterson Party Center | Suit: The Black Tux

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Bright + Colorful Coastal Maine Wedding

Not only is this wedding as cute as they come, it’s the celebration of two high school sweethearts who tied the knot after 10 years as a couple. Set in the same beautiful locale where they grew up, they returned to the shores of Maine for a day decked out in color, style and a whole lot of love captured by Meredith Perdue and Inkspot Crow. Vendors like Gus & Ruby LetterpressBlack Bow Events and Michelle Peele brought the bride’s Eddie Ross-inspired vision to life, and we’ve got so much more right here.

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Summer
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Elegant

From The Bride…After ten years of dating (we were high school sweethearts!), Ben and I always knew we’d return to Maine, where we grew up, to be married. I had always imagined a ceremony overlooking the same view I was lucky enough to see out of my bedroom window as a child on Southport Island, and my parents conspired to make that happen, building a gorgeous lawn that we’ll all enjoy for many years to come. During the ceremony, a close friend read the children’s book, I Like You, and Ben and I thanked one another for the things we’d come to appreciate after eleven years as a couple. We walked back up the aisle under a shower of pink and gold confetti, and then waited to hug everyone in a receiving line as they made their way toward the steel drum band and raw bar at the cocktail hour.

We held our reception under a tent on my grandmother’s lawn just up the dirt road from my parents’ house, where both my parents’ and my older sister celebrated their weddings, as well. We couldn’t have been any luckier with the weather—it was the most beautiful, sunshine-filled day, with the only brief shower raining down at the precise moment we wished to usher guests into the tent for dinner (Ben’s favorite: beef tenderloin and my favorite: mac and cheese!).

The smaller details–especially where incorporating color was involved–were the most fun to execute. Some of my favorites included the custom Liberty of London groomsmen’s ties (with a matching collar and leash for our goldendoodle, Bode), the custom pink and orange pennant flags for the tent, and the ikat runner and table squares for the tablescape, sewn for us with love by one of my parents’ best friends. I can’t forget the pink Chiavari chairs (which were super difficult to find!)—they were the first thing I knew I wanted for sure. I’ve long been inspired by an Eddie Ross tablescape that used those chairs and an ikat Quadrille fabric, and I set about recreating it with some personal twists.

The night ended with an amazing surprise fireworks show thanks to a dear family friend, after which Ben and I stayed up into the wee hours talking with our friends and my parents. Finally, we drove off in our old Jetta–the very same one I was driving back in 2003 on the night when Ben asked me if I wanted to be his girlfriend. This time, we headed off the island for the very first time as husband and wife.

Photography: Meredith Perdue | Cinematography: Inkspot Crow | Event Planning: Black Bow Events | Floral Design: Michelle Peele | Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier | Invitations: Gus & Ruby Letterpress | Rings: Joseph Gann | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Lela Rose Via L'Elite | Catering: Trillium Caterers | Hair: Studio One Limited | Band: Good Will And Them Apples | Groom's Attire: BeauxNeckwear | Groom's Attire: Bonobos | Groom's Attire: Cole Haan | Groomsmen's Attire: Stag Handmade | Ceremony Music: Stretta String Duet | Venue: Private Residence | Cocktail Hour Music: Island Beats | Rentals: One Stop Event Rentals | Rentals: Rentals Unlimited | Tent: Sperry Tents

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