A Wedding You Just HAVE To See.
I saw the wedding of fellow Boston blogger Amelia Eichholz yesterday on Style Me Pretty and just about fell of my chair. This has to be one of the most gorgeous weddings I have ever seen. Designed by the formidable event wizards of Bash, Please and photographed by First Mate Photo Co. (you can see even more pics on their blog) this event is perfection from top to bottom. Take a look…
The tone was set with these fantastic invitations.
A literal welcome wagon :)
A great placecard arrangement.
The welcome bags held some serious swag.
The bride looking amazing in Monique Lhuillier.
I love the loose bouquet, and especially the ferns!
The bridesmaids in blush.
Programs printed as fans (it was July after all!)
I cannot get over these chairs. Seriously.
Decorated pedi cabs to take people to the reception (the event was held at Elm Banks in Wellesley, MA)
Stop it with this CUTENESS!!!
Beautiful touches everywhere.
And the gorgeous buildings at Elm Bank.
Inside the bananas good tent.
Look at those table numbers!!!!!!!!
Insanely gorgeous flowers everywhere (by the fiercly talented Foret Design Studio)
I can’t get over these chandeliers.
A gorgeously simple cake.
Congrats Amelia and Michael on a truly spectacular event!
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