A Fashion Blogger’s Crisp Colorful Fall Wedding

When a sassy, creative fashion blogger gets married, you know it’s going to be fun, and Lynzy of Sparkling Footsteps did not disappoint. Her and Ryan’s wedding was chock-full of glam fall details, like bright orange and yellow blooms, turquoise bridesmaid dresses, vintage brass candelabras, a colorful paper lantern ceiling install, and lots of lawn games. And we love that fashion savvy as she is, Lynzy added gorgeous sheer organza sleeves to the sweetheart bodice of her full-skirted Watters wedding gown. But the best part of this story has nothing to do with the décor or the dress: This sweet couple wanted to say a prayer before the ceremony but they didn’t want to see each other until Lynzy walked down the aisle, so Ryan sported an orange bandana blind-fold as they held hands in prayer outside the church.


Ivory & Lavender Spring Wedding in Salem, Massachusetts

On a gorgeous afternoon in May, Angela and Rob said “I do” at the Immaculate Conception Church in Salem, Massachusetts. The day was drenched in sunshine and the sweet shades of blush, lavender, and plum that Angela chose for their décor. Her bridesmaids wore long, chiffon dresses in varying shades of the color scheme, and the results were amazing. Angela’s delicate allure lace sheath wedding gown and overflowing garden bouquet were the perfect pairing for the spring celebration, which continued at the Hellenic Center with dinner and lots of dancing.








Elegant Ringling Museum Wedding

A beautiful, old, ivy-covered gate at the Ringling Museum’s Ca’ d’Zan Mansion provided a gorgeous backdrop for James and Caitlin’s sweet ceremony as guests looked on from rows of vintage wooden church pews. Caitlin carried a bouquet of ivory roses and pink peonies, which paired perfectly with her ultra-feminine ruffled Lazaro wedding gown. After the ceremony, guests were transported in trollies to the museum’s courtyard, where long banquet tables topped with plum runners overflowed with elegant glassware and vibrant centerpieces. The magic of the setting only intensified as night fell on the checkered black-and-white dance floor and sparkling chandeliers hung from the trees overhead.




Jewel-Tone Vintage White Mountains Wedding

The Franconia Inn was a sweet and simple backdrop for Julie and Paul’s June wedding. Despite the rain and fog, the day was colorful and filled with dreamy vintage details, wooden crates, and old apothecary bottles. Emily Herzig Floral Studio brought the color scheme to life with jubilant jewel-toned blooms, like maroon peonies, purple clematis, and poppies with bright yellow centers. Julie opted for a simple cap-sleeve J. Crew dress with a sassy crystal sash, later changing into a short lace sheath with Hunter boots and snuggling with her new husband beneath a rainbow umbrella.





A Small, Intimate Summer Wedding on Martha’s Vineyard

Brittany admits that she had always planned to elope to avoid the stress of planning, but instead, in just three months, she and fiancé Tony put together a teeny tiny wedding on a teeny tiny island.

The knot was actually tied in the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown, witnessed by both sets of parents and Brittany’s brother. The seven of them then celebrated downtown at Atria Restaurant, where a beautiful table was set with beautiful flowers and ocean-inspired décor in their outdoor dining area. A wedding film by Meg Simone tells the whole story of this summer Martha’s Vineyard wedding beautifully.


Martha's Vineyard Elopement Wedding Film in Edgertown from meg simone on Vimeo.

Surprise Thompson Island Wedding

Pat and Anna were together for 12 years and never planned to get married, but after Pat got sick and landed in the hospital, they realized they didn’t have the same rights as married folks did. So instead of planning a traditional wedding, they got a little creative. They sent out invitations for a family reunion and guests were shuttled to Thompson Island aboard Boston Harbor Cruises.

As the boat docked at Thompson Island, Pat whispered something in his nephew’s ear, and his nephew shouted, “They’re getting married!” Only their wedding party had known. After a bunch of hooting and hollering, the shocked and excited guests witnessed a beautiful ocean-side ceremony. Then the celebration began with a lobster bake under an outdoor pavilion jazzed up with ridiculously cool details, like lace tablecloths, sassy colorful centerpieces, home-brewed hard cider, lots of lawn games, and a totally wild photo booth.

Playful Buzzard's Bay Wedding

Chris and Emmy rented the charming Overbrook House for their summer wedding in Buzzard’s Bay. They said “I do” in front of a soft blue ribbon back drop between two trees on the sprawling lawn. Emmy’s elegant taffeta Alvina Valenta wedding gown featured satin buttons all the way down the length of the train, and she had the wedding accessories to match with turquoise shoes and a pop of pink on her nails. Guests tossed colorful confetti as the newlyweds made their way down the aisle and a bright, playful tent reception followed beneath a ceiling of colorful ribbon garland in Buzzard’s Bay.

Teal, turquoise wedding stationery suite

Alvina Valenta wedding gown
Teal wedding shoes

Ivory, white peony bridal bouquet

Rustic, wooden reception sign

Rustic, colorful wedding table

White wedding bouquet and colorful confetti


Rustic White Mountains Wedding

After 10 years together, Amanda and Dan – who were very adorable high school sweethearts – made it official on August 4th with an intimate outdoor ceremony under a birch arbor at Whitney’s Inn in Jackson, New Hampshire – a rustic, beautifully lit barn reception complete with vintage lace table runners, giant pink dahlias, and a cute yellow lab to boot. Lindsay Ocker Photography captured the beautiful details of this romantic White Mountains wedding.