There is something so classic about these images from Jemma Keech. The black and white wedding setting acts as the perfect backrop for this elegant and chic couple. Be sure to visit our gallery for more stunning images.
How sweet is this east coast Maine Wedding? We love the pairing of the casual setting by the sea mixed with the bride’s elegant wedding dress. There is just something so beautiful about a backless wedding gown. The bride explains a bit more about the day below:
“Most of the wedding was DIY. We are so incredibly blessed with the amount of help and support we received from our closest friends and family. Let me first start by saying that photography was the most important aspect of our wedding, besides marrying my best friend of course. We were so fortunate to have Jessica photograph our wedding. It’s one thing to say that a friend photographed our wedding, but another to get to say that it was our dream photographer as well …. It was just the most amazingly perfect day. I have to say, though, the highlight of it all has been being married, at home with my husband.”
Enjoy more images of the sparkling view of the sea with modern splashes of style from this natural East Coast Maine wedding.
Photography: Jessica Lorren // Catering: Sea Coast Catering // Wedding Dress: Miss Tashina // Cake: Georgia Hanson // Desserts, bow ties, napkins, wedding favors: Krysten Jaume Grimes // Wedding Shoes: Aldo // Groom’s suit: J.Crew // Groom’s socks: Asos // Groom’s shoes: JoS. A. Bank // Bridesmaid dresses: ebay (vintage), Free People, Forever 21 // Rental company: Party Shop Maine // DJ: Bob Wilson
We have the most wonderful black tie Manhattan wedding to share with you today. Set high atop the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, overlooking Central Park, photographer Jamie Beck married her creative partner and best friend, Kevin. Isn’t her dress by Katie Ermilio absolutely beautiful? I especially love the lace cap sleeves! Be sure to to visit the full gallery of images to see more of this classic Manhattan wedding.
Photography: Kate Murphy (who has recently moved to London) // Venue: Suite 2701 Carlyle Hotel // Dress & Veil: Katie Ermilio // Bespoke Tuxedo:Ermilio Clothiers (Bob Ermilio, Katie Ermilio’s father!) // Groom’s Bow Tie: Ralph Lauren // Bridal Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Bride’s Wedding Band: Fred Leighton // Bridal Jewelry: De Beers Swan Lake // Flowers by: Amy Merrick // Champagne: Veuve Clicquot // Bride & Groom Champagne Glasses: BHLDN // Pianist: Chris Gillespie // Ceremony by Susanna Weiss // Cake: Sylvia Weinstock
Have you been searching and searching for that perfect gift to give your bridesmaids? Well look no further than Coatt. Coatt’s entirely consuming labor of love are their morse coded necklaces. Using gold dots and dashes on silk cord, their jewelry spells out words, names, and phrases in Morse Code. This is the perfect, personalized gift to give your bridesmaids. Their specialty right now is their monogram silk bracelet which is a modern and feminine ID bracelet with your very own monogram written in Morse Code. The bracelets are available in two lengths with six colors of silk to choose from and feature gold dots and dashes on a 6.5″ gray silk cord with a 5mm gold clasp.
It’s hard not to gush over Ryan Ray’s portfolio. Pretty, fresh, and joyful are words which came to mind while I was perusing through layer and after layer of gorgeous imagery on his site. So much light, love, and laughter. He says, “My clients have moved me. Their acts of sacrificial love and the overflowing joy they share spin my mind with imagery. My approach is honest. I want to create classic images that reflect that love and show that joy. Images that are timeless and will forever remind you of the passion that brings you together.” Be sure to check out his portfolio and blog to get the full picture of Ryan’s beautiful work.