Today we’re cozying up against the storm with our favorite floral creations from some of New England’s top designers. Get your planning hats on and look forward to upcoming trends in everything bouquets, boutonnieres and ceremony details–we’re sure this will brighten your Tuesday! [Photo: Watershed FloralKivalo Photography]


Whim Events | Boston, MA [Photo: Yartizia Colon]


Blue Fern Designs | Portland, ME [Photo: Cuppa Photography]


Emily Herzig Floral Studio | Littleton, NH [Photo: Rodeo & Co.]


Pretty Flowers | Brunswick, ME  [Photo: Courtney Elizabeth]


By Emily B. | Sunapee, NH [Photo: Rodeo & Co.]


Stone Blossom Floral & Event Design | Warren, RI  [Photo: Stephanie Sunderland]


Nectar Floral Design | Woburn, MA [Photo: Chris Brojanovich]


Flora Fauna | North Yarmouth, ME [Photo: Jamie Mercurio]


Watershed Floral | Portland, ME [Photo: Emily Delamater]

Valley Flower Company |White River Junction, VT [Photo: Ashley Largesse via Ruffled]

*see more local New England wedding professionals here.

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Beat the mid-winter blues with some fresh wedding inspo. Pantone recently announced the Color Of The Year for 2017, Greenery, and we couldn’t be more on board. Echoing the colors of fresh cut grass and early Spring buds, there’s no doubt this shade will pop up in color palettes throughout the Spring and Summer wedding season.

Make a statement with a lush ceremony backdrop.
[Photo: Pocketful Of Dreams
 / Anneli Marinovich via Love My Dress]

Justin DeMutiis | Snippet & Ink

Delight guests with a spring-ready invitation suite.
[Photo: Cultivate Design Co. / Shasta Bell Calligraphy / Justin Demutiis via Snippet and Ink]


Crowns made of greenery are a fun and feasible DIY project.
[Photo: Olivia Rae James via Vogue]


Dress up bridesmaids in various shades of “Greenery.”
[Photo: L Hewitt Photography via Style Me Pretty]


Guide guests to their seats with hand-lettered leaves.
[Photo: Invite Alice]

pantone-color-of-the-year-greenery-2017-2Bouquets of greenery and succulents are on-trend and budget friendly.
[Photo: Shaunae Teske Photography via Green Wedding Shoes]


A monochromatic tablescape is anything but simple with metallic touches and various textures.
[Photo: SOUL flowers / Alissa Saylor via Green Wedding Shoes]


Send guests home with a little something green.
[Photo: Sweet Julep Photography]

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Moss and greenery trimmings give this buttercream cake a dose of au naturel whimsy.
[Photo: Constellation Collective / Lauren Schwarz Photography via Ruffled]

pantone-color-of-the-year-greenery-2017-8We love the look of these simple, rustic boutonnieres.
[Photo: Sarah Winward
 / Erich McVey Photography via Once Wed]


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Happy New Year! We’re welcoming 2017 with a look back at some of our favorite feature weddings and snap shots from 2016. From elegant affairs on the seaside to laid-back coastal farm celebrations, 2016 was a year for the books. A big thank you to all of the beautiful couples and talented vendors that shared these special moments with us and our followers. We can’t wait to see what 2017 will bring! [Photo: Joline Cameron]

Jen Arya Photography

Jen & Cam / Jen Arya Photography


Sarah & TJ / Lauren Termini Photography


Douglas Levy

Laura & Scott / Douglas Levy


Emily & Andrew / Emily Delamater


Lindsey & Fitz / Darling Photography

Bethany & Dan

Sara & Mike / Bethany & Dan Photography


An Ogunquit, ME Elopement / I AM Sarah V Photography

The Maine Tinker Studio

Anna & Mike / The Maine Tinker

Studio Nouveau

Kristin & Jesse / Studio Nouveau

Eric Foley

Dana & Brennan / Eric Foley

Windy Hill Photography

Alexandria & Nathan / Windy Hill Photography




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Apryl Ann

2017 is just around the corner! Get ready to ring in the New Year with some of our favorite festive wedding inspiration. Glitter, confetti and champagne–you name it! These design details speak to all the glam and glitz that is a New Year’s Eve wedding.  [Photo: Apryl Ann Photography via Green Wedding Shoes]

Southern Fried Paper / Apryl Ann

Set the tone.
Guests will start the countdown to your special day the moment they open an on-theme invitation suite with plenty of panache. [Southern Fried Paper / Apryl Ann Photography via Green Wedding Shoes]

Marissa Moss

Glitter is a girl’s best friend.
Sparkly bridesmaid dresses are an on-trend must for a New Year’s nuptial bash.
[Badgley Mischka / Marissa Moss Photography]

Carissa Cady

Prep your props.
Tried-and-true favorites like party horns and hats will help your guests get the party started.
[Carissa Cady Photography via Style Me Pretty]

Kristina Adams Photography

Oh-so sophisticated.
Turn to timeless palettes like black and white to inspire your design.
[The Enchanted Florist / Kristina Adams Photography via Grey Likes Weddings]

Jamie Lauren Photography

Puttin’ on the Glitz
Bold golden touches and a healthy dose of sparkle will complete an elegant tablescape with a hint of whimsy. [Smitten EventsJamie Lauren Photography via Wedding Chicks]

One Love Photo

Lighten up.
Bistro lights, sparklers or even fireworks! Add an extra special element with statement-making lighting.
[One Love Photo via 100 Layer Cake]

Belathee Photography

Look Forward.
Invite guests to refresh and renew with a unique guest book.
[Belathee Photography via Martha Stewart Weddings]

Nancy Ebert

Pop, fizz, clink!
It’s not New Year’s without a little bubbly. Let the good times flow with a champagne tower.
[Nancy Ebert Photography via The Pretty Blog]

Lisa Mallory Photography

Cheers to confetti.
Take “funfetti” to the next level with a glamourous cake dressed to the nines.
[Cake CathedralLisa Mallory Photography]
Cassidy Carson

Go out with a bang.
Make your getaway into the New Year with an unforgettable send-off.
[Cassidy Carson Photography via Style Me Pretty]

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Winter Engagement Inspiration

December 13 • 2016


Tis the season for popping the question! Time and time again we’ve seen proposal announcements soar during the holidays. From cozy candlelit gatherings to celebratory gift swaps with loved ones, its no wonder jingle bells turn into wedding bells this time of year. If you’re newly engaged, consider a winter wonderland e-session to spread the good news. Here are some of our favorite shots in the frosty New England landscape to inspire you:


A. Fogarty Photography


Anna Marie Swift


Krista Photography


The Maine Tinker Studio


Trina Dinnar Photography


Darling Photography


Samantha Melanson Photography


Jaclyn L. Photography


Kelsey Regan Photography


 Ashley Caroline Photography via Style Me Pretty


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Baby it’s cold outside! Here in New England we’ve said another goodbye to foliage and holiday season is officially here. As the days get shorter and the nights get chillier, we look to our favorite winter wedding trends to keep our spirits bright. From longtime favorites–we see you, hot cocoa bar!–to newfound inspo, we’ve gathered our favorite decor ideas to inspire all the couples out there planning winter “I do’s.”


When it comes to winter weddings, embrace the beauty of the season! Whatever the weather, the Atlantic coastline makes a beautiful backdrop for portraits. [Photo: Emily Delamater & Leah Fisher  via Junebug Weddings]


Consider an outdoor ceremony. Unique altars like this repurposed mantle bring a romantic touch to the frosty landscape. [Photo: Cat Meyer Studio via Stonewood Vintage]

new-england-winter-wedding-inspiration-3Keep loved ones warm with winter-friendly favors like DIY hand warmers or fuzzy flannel blankets. [Photo: Swoon Studio]


Go for fashion and functionality with bridesmaid gear. Opt for faux fur stoles for an elegant look, or keep things rugged with wool wraps. [Photo: Christina Szczupak via Ruffled]


Kick your tablescape design up a notch with glam details and natural accents. This season, we love seasonal accessories that strike the perfect balance between festive and sophisticated. [Photo: Luxe Event Productions / Hazelwood Photo via Style Me Pretty]


Nothing says, “cozy” like a muted palette of warm neutrals. Keep the theme going with a dreamy bouquet in creamy shades of ivory, blush and alabaster. [Photo: B&B Designs / Bradford Martens via Meggie Francisco Events]


Classic winter motifs get a beachy makeover in this whimsical invitation suite. [Photo: Melanie Gabrielle Photography via Style Me Pretty]


Get toasty with a hot beverage bar that will warm partygoers from the inside, out. [Photo: Erin Wheat via Junebug Weddings]


Last but not least, every celebration needs a dose of dessert. We’re still smitten with tried and true favorite, the Hot Cocoa Bar, and sugar-dusted accents that add new meaning to frosted cakes. [Above: bakery47 / Tandem Photo/ via 100 Layer Cake | Below: Whitney Jade via Wedding Chicks]


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