Right from the start, the pictures already showed that this wedding is the embodiment of timeless elegance. Our bride wore a very feminine wedding gown that was just perfect with all its details. Her entourage wore beautiful lilac dresses which she complemented with bouquets that had a little bit of pop. The church where they had the ceremony looked so regal that you’d think our couple were royalties. The ballroom where they had the reception was equally glam as well with the elegant details of the table arrangements and ambiance. Congratulations on your wedding day, Megan & Ante!
After meeting at a local restaurant in Greenwich, CT, Ante and I were inseparable. Within the first month of dating he told one of his friends that he was certain he was going to marry me. After years of adventure, fun and life, he proposed to me on December of 2012 in beautiful Stowe, Vermont on a horse and sleigh ride. The rest is planning history….
When we began to start planning the wedding both Ante and I wanted a classy, elegant, vintage but fun wedding. Sometimes themes can take over your personality and stifle the atmosphere, so we decided to ensure pure elegance with loud touches of us. I have never been one to envision what our wedding day would look like but we did know that we wanted it to be timeless. Through these wants and needs, we decided on a color palate that was softer. We utilized blush pinks, ivory, gold, pink and peach. Once I started on the color gold needing to be elevated the rest fell right into place.
Our invitations were gold booklets tied together with lace and pearls. The bouquet for me was made of pure soft colors with gold and pink ribbon wrapping the stems and a sentimental pin from my grandmother. The bouquets for the bridesmaids were slightly louder in color with the incorporation of bright peaches and pinks while their dresses were lighter gunmetal. The guys had pink orchids, with Ante wearing an ivory/white orchid. My dress was a flared Ivory lace with tulle liancarlo, that had a romantic lace back yet elegant V neck line. Ante was dressed in a two piece fitted Hugo Boss navy blue suit with the classy touch of suspenders (my favorite part ).
Our venue could not have been more perfect at the New Haven lawn club. The classic chandeliers and functioning fire places really set the romantic mood! Cocktail hour had an amazing raw bar and the best part is, Ante and I got to enjoy the hour with our guests! The decoration style of the ballroom was based on our color scheme and involved white/ivory glittery table cloths. The table were covered with endless candles, cork bottom favor cards and family appreciation cards. The center pieces continued the feel of romance by having floating candles and hydrangeas dispersed throughout strategically placed branches. Because we really still wanted to essentially have a great party the band had to be amazing and it sure was! We were able to achieve such a romantic dinner with true elegance and class but still managed to have a great great party! Oh did I mention the late night snack with cheeseburger sliders and Parmesan French fries? AMAZING…
We wouldn’t change a thing and we couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day…. And an even more amazing honeymoon in Australia and New Zealand! Thank you Carla Ten Eyck for capturing the best day of our lives!
Photographer: Carla Ten Eyck Photography
Dress Store: A Little Something White Bridal Couture
Floral Designer: Fleur de Lys
Cinema and Video:Inspiration in Motion
Cake Designer: J Cakes
Makeup Artist: Jennie Fresa Makeup and Skincare Boutiquerie
Reception Venue: New Haven Lawn Club
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You can check out their film here: http://www.inspirationinmotion.com/blog/2014/11/our-dysfunctional-bunch-wedding-videographer/