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BMW Mystic CN Wedding

It’s a wonderful thing that if you find a photographer you adore, that most of them adopt the “have camera, will travel” attitude about life as is evidenced by this Mystic, Connecticut, seaside wedding shot by BMW Photography who hails from the charming town of Buena Vista, VA.

I adore how the soft colors compliment the seaside setting at Mystic Yachting Center where Rob & Annamarie held their wedding… a day that finally came after seven years of dating. As Brinn from BMW Photography said, “This couple’s wedding highlights everything that’s beautiful about New England- blue water, boat docks, and quaint seaside communities.” So true! Enjoy this lovely, seaside wedding today. 

Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Gown

Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Gown
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Veil
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Mother of the Bride
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Rings
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bouquet
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bridesmaids
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Flower Girl
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Cufflinks
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bout
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Mystic Yacht
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Groomsmen
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bride
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography -Wedding Vows
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Ring Exchange
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Seaport Wedding
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - New England Wedding
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Attendants
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Abbey Road
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bride
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Bride and Groom
Couple - Hill City Bride - BMW Photography
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Couple
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Chapel
New England Wedding - Hill City Bride - BMW Photography
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Guest Book
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Rings
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Place Cards
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Table
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Decor
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Signage
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Chairs
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography- Tablescape
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Reception
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Cake
Hill City Bride - BMW Photography - Wedding Dance

I found these little cuties on a site called Mint Design Blog, and they are a perfect way to present tiny bundles of birdseed for throwing on the couple as they exit in wedded bliss. Just follow the link to get full instructions on how to construct these small bags along with a download for the tags … so cute! Just click HERE to go straight to Mint‘s original posting.

Individualized cakes at a reception are so adorable sitting at each place setting, but for the bride, who is considering her budget, having 100 tiny cakes made seems like a distant reality. Well, why not consider these cuties in the form of cookie cakes? They are much more economical, and your baker will probably thank you … after all, icing cookies is less labor intensive than wrapping 100 tiny cakes in fondant! I hope you find a little inspiration in these cuties, and have a wonderful day.

 

Photos from: Martha Stewart Weddings, Jessicakes, Cookie Creatives, Sugar Siren and Jessicakes 

 

  • Ha Propper - Way cool, loads of valid points, i enjoy anything to do with cakes and i enjoy constantly reading info on cakes! I am really interested in confectionary, so any info on cake making is great. i just love it.Your site is fantastic. Tips and tricks, thats what i want. Hope you have a great day. Many Thanks

  • Corinna - So cute! I’m such a fan of edible favors because I think they’re the most practical so syrup for autumn weddings, wine for vineyard weddings, and chocolate for any weddings are always a good idea.

How fun it is to have family come in from all over for your wedding? Well, with a little forethought and creativity, you can have an adorable keepsake to hang in your new home to remember how far your friends traveled to gather and celebrate. This comes from Southern Weddings, and they have the full DIY instructions there. Have a wonderful weekend, and some of you may even be traveling this weekend to celebrate Memorial Day. Safe travels and have a fantastic holiday! We are taking an early weekend, and we will be back on Tuesday.

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Wedding stationery comes in all shapes and sizes. (Just check out our Pinterest board for ideas, here). Whether you are thinking about sending out something classically formal or casually whimsical, you want your invitations and save the dates to really reflect your style as a couple. After all, that is the very first impression that someone will have of your big day!

One company offers a vast selection along with the ease of shopping online. Minted (check out their amazing “save the date” selection here) offers all of the latest trends at the click of a button. Here are a few of our personal favorites from their line of invitations and save the dates!

Floral Minted Save the Date

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Minted Travel Invitation

I love the options available! If you don’t see one that suits your style from our posting, just head to their site. They have hundreds to choose from due to utilizing the talents of so many different designers. So beautiful! I hope this got your ideas flowing for your wedding stationery, and be sure to check out Minted’s full line here (don’t forget to get $25 off of a $50 order). Have a lovely day!