Kelsey and Max live in Boston but after visiting the Weyhill Guest House in Pennsylvania they knew the venue was perfect for their wedding and started planning with the help of Styled Bride and Allium Floral Design. Their summer wedding was a tented dream with blue and white ginger jars dotting…

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Brianna and Michael wed at the height of summer in a charming chapel in Readington, NJ, followed by a dreamy reception at The Ryland Inn. Twisted Willow Flowers created stunning floral arrangements in tones of blush, cream and natural greenery which glowed with all of the natural light. / Images by Laura Lee Photography. …

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Tracy and Brandon tied the knot in a stunning cathedral wedding followed by a classically chic reception in downtown Philadelphia. With a backdrop of ivory and blush tones which paired perfectly with natural greenery, wedding planner Gina Sole and Carl Alan Floral Designs brought the couple’s classic vision to life. When it came time for the…

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Caitlin and Ethan wed in a cozy hemlock grove at the Woodend Sanctuary at the Audubon Naturalist Society in Chevy Chase, Md. After the ceremony, the couple celebrated with guests in a historic home on the premises, decorated in natural candlelight, coral and cream floral arrangements by Edge Floral Event Design and lots of heartfelt…

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After Billy and Jenny’s beautiful church ceremony at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Queenstown, Md., the couple took a vintage Rolls Royce to their reception at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. Cheerful spring pastels danced in harmony with classic black tuxes to create a classic feel with a dash of whimsy. /…

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Mike and Kayley wed at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Va. The couple chose a color palette of ivory and pale blue that complimented the club’s grounds perfectly. With coordination by Capitol Romance and florals by Love Blooms Here, this wedding was brimming with stunning details. / Images by Abby Grace Photography. Credits: Venue:…

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I‘m not sure a wedding venue can get more gorgeous than the one I’m sharing today – a stately 200-year-old Southern mansion surrounded by rolling Virginia farmland and manicured gardens. And to top it off, one of my favorite photographers, Katie Stoops, documented everything in her amazingly sublime way. Read on for…

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