Erica and Sean’s early January wedding at Mountain Top Inn in Chittenden, Vermont, was packed full of unforgettable wintery goodness and a golden retriever wearing a scarf, which means it’s pretty much a favorite in our book.
They kicked things off with an outdoor ceremony where guests donned full winter gear and fur jackets. The bride accessorized with a plaid Pendleton cape, and the bridesmaids stayed cozy in the blustery Vermont winter weather in navy blue wool jackets and rustic leather boots. Inside the reception, guests enjoyed a family-style dinner followed by dancing under a ceiling thick with bistro lights.
It's nothing new for a bride to trade the traditional white gown for a splash of color, but bringing florals onto the scene is definitely a contemporary twist. Wendy Makin does it effortlessly with this romantic floral print ballgown. The ruched sweetheart bodice is totally romantic, while the sillhouette is fit for a Disney Princess.
We love this fresh take on the traditional wedding menu. An opaque paper printed with gold ink sits atop green leaves in this super cool setting design. The wooden charger and metalic gold patterned plate also take the modern, rustic tablescape to a whole new level.
Drench your wedding celebration in warmth and good fortune with textured gold and soft yellow details. A honey-themed signature cocktail and the soft yellow texture of mimosa flower will get you started on these wedding colors.
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Newport, Rhode Island, lent a romantic backdrop for this couple’s for sweet, soft June wedding. Chairs set in a circular formation set the scene for an intimate indoor ceremony, where Gary and Joyce exchanged vows atop a bed of peach and cream rose petals. The rest of the wedding followed suit with flower girls in pink tutus, a dessert table that overflowed with French macaroons in milk glass, and a beautiful three-tier ombré cake in shades of blush pink.
The latest from French wedding gown designer Elise Hameau is all kinds of magic. It is a little bohemian paired with a lot of grace. The Rose gown's high neck and pefectly capped lace sleeve are modest, while the open back and fitted, flowing silk skirt is all sass. We're in love.
The morning of your wedding day is an absolutely essential time for mimosas, a fabulous breakfast spread, and relaxation surrounded by your best girls in Pretty Plum Sugar robes. They make a fantastic bridesmaid gift and will ensure magical pre-wedding photo ops.
As the seasons slowly change, we're holding on to that late fall light with this romantic White Mountain wedding. Paper Antler traveled to New Hampshire to capture the magic of Tracy and Dave's nuptials at Loon Mountain. The bride, a member of the By Emily B. event design team, planned everything herself, even hand-crafting beautiful signage and collecting vintage amber glass for all the centerpieces. Between the peak foliage, gorgeous bridesmaids in blush pink, and the super stylish couple, this entire wedding has got us swooning.