First things first—this reception space? In·cred·i·ble. Alison Events, Kathleen Deery Design and team brought tented wedding bliss to a whole new level and we're all in awe over here at the SMP headquarters. Jose Villa's imagery radiates a warmth from this day that is undeniably magnetic. Have a look for yourself right here in The Vault gallery!
From Alison Events...Jesse and Matt decided to marry at the Country Club where Jesse had grown up going to. The beautiful manicured gardens and interiors were the perfect setting for their wedding. The original plan was to hold the ceremony on the lawn with the majestic oak tree above and views of the bay. However, we made a last minute decision to move the ceremony into the ballroom due to a storm. This turned out to be a beautiful compromise as Kathleen Deery's subtly gorgeous muted toned floral arrangements looked amazing in the ballroom. Guests then filtered into a clear top tent for cocktails and enjoyed fresh oysters from Hog Island and dim sum from a local Chinese restaurant; two of the Bride and Groom favorites. Yonder Design crafted a creative escort card display that was elegant yet unique. Guests were then invited into the stunning dinner tent which included the stuffing historic fountain. The dinner setting was formal and featured tones of creme, blush with accents of gold. Individual flowers were set in small glass vases welcoming guests to a fragrant surprise. Dancing went late into the night in the ballroom that had been flipped from ceremony. The Hudson Project had the dance floor packed. Jose Villa captured intimate details of the family and setting.