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A GORGEOUS Hidden Pond Wedding!

Nicole Mower holds a special place in our hearts since she actually worked for us before she became planner and designer of Nicole Mower Events!

“Located on the New England Seacoast, NMWE has a passion for coastal, tented events however we’re always up for adventure and we love a challenge! Whether you envision a nautical, tented event on the coast of the Atlantic (or Pacific, we’ll travel!), a rustic, casual backyard celebration or an enchanting affair inside an elegant venue full of lighting and detail; Nicole Mower Weddings and Events is dedicated to making your vision become reality.”

Thanks to Jess Jolin of Jess Jolin Photography, we have some incredible shots to share!! We are loving this color scheme and the use of gold flatware!! Hidden pond is such a gem that really the possibilities are endless!

If you’re wondering about the beautiful florals that is from our dear friends at Broadturn Farm – check them out! Other vendors include The Soul Estate Band who provided awesome music throughout the night!

NH Wedding Venue Alert: Aldworth Manor

Aldworth Manor Wedding Venue
We had the pleasure of providing the rentals for Sam & Tim’s special day in Harrisville, NH. IF you haven’t heard of Aldworth Manor before we definitely suggest checking them out! Aldworth Manor is “a historic estate resting on 170 rolling acres in southern New Hampshire. With stunning views of Mount Monadnock, gorgeous grounds, miles of trails, beautiful gardens, and a variety of lodging options, Aldworth Manor is the Monadnock region’s premier venue for weddings, receptions, retreats, tented celebrations, concerts and special occasions of any kind.”
Wedding at Aldworth Manor
With a vendor list including photographer, Greta Tucker and one of our long-time friend/wedding planner, Events by Sorrell this day was sure to be a success! Sorrell put together the most beautiful table settings for Sam and Tim which made use of our wicker chargers!


Be sure to check out this sweet video from our talented friends at Media Northeast who were in charge of videography for the day. You can see some clips of the tent we set up at this venue as well!

A Quick Guide To What A Bride-To-Be Needs To Know About Wedding Jewelry

Here’s advice on wedding jewelry for the bride-to-be.

You’ve got a lot on your plate these days, what with wedding planning and all! To make it as easy as possible for you to get all of the information you need to select the wedding jewelry that’s perfect for you and your fiancé, here’s a guide on how to approach the process and a roundup of the articles on JewelryWise we think you’ll find most helpful.

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Reception Ideas To “Wow” Your Guests

Here’s a good article on ideas for your wedding reception by Oncewed.com.

Your reception is the party – the place where you celebrate your vows with your most beloved friends and family. And just as planners work to make the reception space perfect for their clients, anxiously awaiting the reveal to see the joy and love on their faces, it’s also important to ensure the receptions sets the tone for the evening for guests as well.

Sarah Chancey, founder and creative mentor behind Chancey Charm, shares with us some tips on how to achieve a memorable guest experience.

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How to Plan And Start A Wedding Beauty Regimen

Here’s some tips on beauty for brides by Dana Wood and Adrienna Barionuevo for Brides Magazine.

You’ve made it through the fun part of your engagement (admit it: you love snapping all those ring selfies!), and now it’s time to get into the nitty-gritty of looking fantastic on your big day. We’re talking about your wedding beauty regimen because right now is the perfect excuse to give it a makeover so that you can have the best hair, skin, and nails of your life as you make your way down the aisle.

Sorry, brides-to-be, but it’s not just your venue, invitations, wedding dress, and seating chart that need your attention. In addition to your wedding checklist, you have another set of to-dos to conquer before you say “I do,” but luckily this checklist is tons more fun than deciding where your feuding cousins should sit. Starting (or revamping) a wedding beauty regimen is a great way to practice some self-care, giving you the opportunity to de-stress ahead of your nuptials. And of course, each step will aid you in perfecting your wedding-day look, from smoothing your skin to strengthening your hair. Because who doesn’t want to look their best on their big day? Wedding photos last forever, need we remind you.

“To a certain extent, everyone wants to look like a supermodel on a daily basis, but we may not have the drive to act on it,” says New York dermatologist Dendy Engelman, who helped Sofia Vergara prep for her wedding day. “A wedding date gives you a deadline, and forces you to start making a move.” The clock is ticking and it’s time to start checking things off your wedding beauty plan leading up to the big day!

Below, the 40 things to consider when getting your wedding day bridal beauty routine in order.

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Wedding Bands To Fit Every Personality

Photo Courtesy of Brea McDonald

Here’s a good article from News Usa on wedding bands for every personality.

It’s one of the toughest decisions for any bride and groom — and, no, we don’t mean where to seat feuding relatives at the wedding reception.

We’re talking wedding bands, symbols of eternal love, and the most important pieces of jewelry a man and woman will ever own.

In the search for the perfect wedding bands, many couples turn to platinum to ensure they are getting the best value for their money. With a bevy of styles and a range of prices — a platinum band can be purchased starting at $1,000 — it’s easy to find a ring that best suits the bride’s personality.

“No matter what ‘type’ you are,” says style expert Michael O’Connor, “you’re guaranteed of getting the best possible ring for the price because platinum, being naturally white, will not fade or change color, lasting over a lifetime of wear.”

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19 Wedding Trends You’ll See Everywhere in 2019

Here’s a good article by Lucy Dang of Insider Magazine on Wedding Trends for 2019.

  • WeddingWire has put together some of the biggest trends you’ll likely see when your loved ones get married in 2019.
  • Next year, weddings will feel and look more personalized and natural.
  • Brides will embrace polka dots and crop tops while grooms will mix and match different fabrics and prints.
  • Guests will enjoy custom creations from interactive food stations and wedding favors that double as decor.
  • More and more couples will gravitate toward minimalist yet bold aesthetics.

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Before You Marry, Meld And Merge A Perfectly Accessorized Home

Here’s a thoughtful article on merging the bride and groom’s home that both will love from News USA.

Some brides-to-be might find it hard to think beyond the intense planning that a wedding requires. But beyond the pomp and circumstance of the big day, it’s important to think ahead to mergers — not the corporate kind, but the merging of styles and décor to set up a home the bride and groom will both love.

Forget Mars and Venus. Men are from the planet of mismatched furniture and floor coverings, while women accessorize their home with as much care and finesse as they do their wardrobes. Ideally, decorating a first home together begins with the furniture and accessories near and dear to both the bride and groom.

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The Man’s Guide To Selecting Wedding Bands

                                                            Photo:  Brea McDonald

Here’s an informative article from NewsUSA on wedding band selection.

Congratulations to all you soon-to-be grooms. Now that your wedding is only months away, your jewelry collection — just a watch, huh? — is about to increase by as much as 50 percent.

Meaning, it’s time to start thinking about what kind of wedding band you want for yourself.

Wedding bands have become the norm for men in recent years

— 97 percent of grooms in The Knot Market Intelligence’s “2011 Engagement & Jewelry Study” opted for one — so even if you have any doubts, your bride will probably set you straight. That means your only real decision is what kind of band best suits you.

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How To Throw A Winter Wedding Without Ruining Your Guests’ Holidays

This article by Nancy Mattia, contributing writer for Martha Stewart Weddings gives advice on having a wedding during the holidays.

When holiday cheer turns into holiday jeer.

A wedding during a winter holiday weekend has always been your dream. You picture yourself surrounded by family and friends as snowflakes fall in the background of a reception spot decorated in Christmas finery. Nice image but all your guests may not share that vision of blustery bliss. Because of the timing of your wedding, some may have to give up their much-anticipated plans to go on vacation during Christmas week, or they have to cut short their annual visit to relatives who live in another state. Be considerate of the special circumstances that surround a Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa wedding so that you’re not inconveniencing anybody. Here’s how to do it right.

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