Simple, sweet garden affairs tend to be some of the most romantic weddings that ever come our way.Case in point? This Eastman House “I do” from the fabulously talented Emily Delamater. Planned to a T by L. Brook Events with pretty, pink bloomage from Marianmade Farm, there’s no question a peek in the gallery is an absolute must.
From the Bride… My heart skips a beat just thinking back to that amazing day. It was everything Justin and I dreamed of. The weather was perfect and our simple garden ceremony couldn’t have been sweeter. With family and friends traveling from as far as Australia and Hong Kong to celebrate our day, it was crucial to us that they felt welcome and at home. We started the weekend off with a traditional Maine lobster bake and made sure that our guests were never without food, drink or merriment for the rest of the weekend.
There was a moment after dinner, Justin and I were standing outside in the crushed stone driveway, with the jazz band in the background, the sun freshly set and the smell of cigar smoke in the air, and I remember thinking, this is the exact moment I want to remember forever.
As out guests nibbled home made baklava and other tasty confections, Justin and I danced our first dance to ‘Fly Me to the Moon’…and fly we did.
From the Groom… My favorite memories of the wedding were pretending to get ready with my guys while really playing ping pong, having a moment with Rori during our first look, seeing her and her dad walk out of the house, and finally, knowing when we sat down to our wedding dinner that night, I would go to the ends of the earth to have that feeling every day.
Photography: Emily Delamater | Event Planning: L. Brook Events | Florals: Marianmade Farm | Dress: Spoil Me | Cake: Vintage Baking Company | Band: Mark Tipton Quartet | Venue: Eastman House | Invitation: Wedding Chicks | Veil & Headpeice: Twigs And Honey | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother