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Brighten Your Day With This Colorful Boho Wedding

The holidays have come and gone and all our red and green decor is packed away. The post-holiday blues may be creeping in, and the only solution I know of is lots of bright colors and sweet love stories. So that’s exactly what we’re delivering today. This boho beauty is full of pink petalsfloral crowns included thanks to Crowns By Christy – and seaside sights that are giving us the breath of fresh air we’re all craving. Betsi Ewing captured all the beautiful hues – see every bit in our Vault gallery right this way!

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Summer
Settings
Beach Resort
Styles
Bohemian

From Betsi EwingRachel and Donny knew their big day would be best celebrated on the water – they both grew up on Long Island fishing, beaching, boating and surfing. So when The Surf Lodge in bohemian cool Montauk became available for their September date, they jumped right in! A warm, late summer breeze blew through the entire gorgeous event, and Rachel chose bright turquoise and muted gold accessories with loads of garden roses, bushing bride, ferns and monstera leaf to punctuate the laid back Cali retro style of the venue. “It was the perfect place for us and the best night of our lives” Rachel says. “It really represented us.”

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Photography: BETSI EWING STUDIO | Coordination: Bloombar | Floral Design: Bloombar | Wedding Dress: Leanne Marshall | Cake: Sugar Lane Cake Shop | Invitations: tied & two | Bride's Shoes: Schutz | Jewelry: Avigail Adam | Bridesmaids' Dresses: The Jet Set Diaries | Catering : Surf Lodge | Hair + Makeup: Face Time Beauty Concierge | DJ: 74 Events | Groom's Attire: J.Crew | Groomsmen's Attire: J.Crew | Wedding Venue: Surf Lodge | Flower Crown: Crowns By Christy | Photo Booth: Shake & Share Media | Veil: Kleinfeld Bridal

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Monet Inspired New York City Wedding

They say that you can find inspiration around every corner. In a shop window or an old storybook, perhaps tucked inside of a painting. And this couple did just that…taking their cue from Monet then allowing a team of amazing vendors including – photographer, Charlie Juliet | planner, Ang Weddings and Events | cake designer, Nine Cakes | hair and makeup artist, Facetime Beauty | DJ, 74 Events – to turn their vision into its gorgeous reality. Click here for even more!

From Photographer, Charlie Juliet… Lindsey and Alan are two Princeton graduates who fell in love and decided happily ever after was the next chapter for them. After Alan proposed and the two started wedding planning, they quickly fell for The Harold Pratt House on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It’s old world charm and architecture was the perfect fit for their classic and glamorous wedding.

Ang Weddings and Events planned the whole celebration to a T and helped Lindsey and Alan orchestrate their dream “Monet Inspired” Summer wedding. Lindsey took my breath away walking the streets of the Upper East Side wearing a stunning Ines Di Santo gown paired with a gorgeous lace cathedral veil. She was just the most beautiful bride and so glamorous.

The entire day was like a dream come true, I remember gasping every time I walked into a different room. Quatre Coeur created the most beautiful Monet garden inspired flower arrangements filled with hydrangeas, ivy, lilacs, and roses while green ivy lined the staircase leading guests up to a private intimate dinner.

The night didn’t end there, guests got to enjoy Lindsey and Alan’s favorite desserts by Creative Edge Parties while they danced the night away. It was a picture perfect day and one of my favorite portraits of Lindsey and Alan is when we snuck outside together at the end of the night and got some classic New York City nighttime portraits as the cabs passed them by. It was the perfect ending to their romantic wedding day!

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Photography: Charlie Juliet | Planner : Ang Weddings and Events | Floral Design: Quatre Coeur | Gown: Ines Di Santo | Cake: Nine Cakes | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids: Dessy Group | Caterer: Creative Edge Parties | Hair and Makeup: Face Time Beauty Concierge | DJ : 74 Events | Officiant: A New York City Wedding by Rev. Will | Wedding Venue: The Harold Pratt House and Peterson Hall | Rentals: Party Rental LTD | Strings: Elan Artists

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NYC Elopement Straight Out of Vogue!

There are elopements, and then there are elopements like Emily & Johann’s epic day. With an emphasis on iconic scenery, designer fashion and endless love, it’s no wonder the images by Katie Grant left our jaws dropped. Dive right into the full gallery here.

From Katie GrantAfter legally marrying in Hong Kong in a traditional ceremony, Emily & Johann decided they wanted to actually start their marriage in style by eloping to NYC for the celebrations. Vows were exchanged in Grammercy Park (where photos couldn’t be taken) and the two then roamed the famous streets of NYC for various iconic shots.

Lyndhurst Castle hosted their wedding meal while the NYC skyline set the stage for their portraits. Emily embraced the Grammercy feel and wore a Netta Benshabu gown for the ceremony with quirky teal Dolce & Gabanna shoes and red lip and then changed into a more classic look for the remainder of her day; sporting a stunning Inbal Dror gown and Louboutin shoes.

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Photography: Katie Grant Photography | Event Planning + Design: Lacy Geary | Floral Design: Saipua | Gown: Inbal Dror | Wedding Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Ring: Susie Saltzman | Calligraphy: Plume Calligraphy | Venue: Lyndhurst Castle | Accessories: Percy Handmade | Banner: Linen & Leaf | Bridal Salon: Audella Bridal Hong Kong | Cape: Jannie Baltzer | Grammercy Gown: Netta Benshabu | Grammercy Shoes: Dolce & Gabbanna | Hair and MU: Jennifer C. Nieman | Silk: Silk & Willow | Veil: Bride La Boheme

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