Claudia & Gustavo had a beautiful wedding at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, FL.
Photos by K and K Photography
Photographer: K and K Photography
Reception Venue: Ringling Museum of Art
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Beth & Scott had a beautiful wedding at the Lake View Pavilion in Foxboro, MA. The reception and ceremony were both onsite, taking full advantage of the lakefront setting and ample capacity of the ballroom and private cocktail rooms. The Grand Ballroom at the Lake View Pavilion is a truly great space. It has luxurious, fabric-draped cathedral ceilings, beautiful lake views and dramatic lighting options.
Photos by Cordele Photography.
Grand Ballroom with fabric-draped cathedral ceilings.
Warm weather, blue skies, white sand, palm trees and dramatic sunsets … Whittney & Troy had all this and more for their beachfront wedding at the Casa Marina Resort in Key West, Florida. The private beach provided an intimate setting for their wedding ceremony with spectacular ocean views. Photos by Debra Weisheit Photography.
Nicole & Carlyle had a beautiful wedding on the coast of Maine at the Dockside Restaurant in York, Maine. The venue overlooks the pristine York Harbor and has fabulous views of the Atlantic Ocean, docks and all nautical activity — including yachts and lobster boats. Their outdoor ceremony was held dockside overlooking the pier.
Photos by Elizabeth Stultz Photography.
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How great are weddings on a vineyard? Looking at the photos from Felicia & James wedding at the Raphael Vineyard in Peconic, NY really gives you a sense of how perfect it can be. With acres of lush green vineyards and beautiful, rustic, old-world architecture, their wedding has a very warm, timeless feel. Their outdoor ceremony overlooked the vineyards and the weather was perfect (the North Fork of Long Island is considered by many to be the sunniest spot in New York State). Did I mention that world-class wine was served :).
The Raphael Vineyard winery was designed by John Petrocelli who was inspired by the Italian monasteries of his ancestral home. The Renaissance Room, with antique finishes, seats up to 180, with full views of the vineyards.
Photos by Photography by Verdi.
It was a beautiful day for Brianna & Michael’s southern wedding at the City Club at River Ranch in Lafayette, LA. The City Club was a great location, with extensive outdoor space, providing a perfect backdrop for their wedding. Their ceremony took place under a large, octagon-shaped, gazebo — with the charm and character of an authentic red barn. The gazebo is surrounded by lush landscaping and has a red-stone walkway that was perfect for their walk down the aisle. The reception took place in the elegant Fleur de Lis banquet room.
Photos by Catherine Guidry.
Here’s is another beautiful destination wedding at The Westin Maui Resort in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. With a location like this, you can almost just show up and get married. The photos speak for themselves … absolutely gorgeous!
Photos by Joanna Tano Photography.
Nicole & Todd basked in a beautiful sunset on Kaanapali Beach.
This is our first indoor hotel wedding feature and it’s a real beauty. Hotel weddings offer a great combination of elegance, flexibility and convenience. Many hotels and inns are also very affordable, when compared to more traditional wedding venues, and offer more amenities (including discounted room blocks for out-of-town guests).
Melanie & Phillip’s wedding at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore, Maryland took full advantage of the space. From the beautiful grand lobby with interior glass elevators to the panoramic skyline views of Downtown Baltimore, this venue provided the perfect backdrop for their urban wedding. The catering, ceremony room and event planning was provided in-house as well, giving Melanie & Phillip more time to focus on other aspects of their wedding. Did I mention the convenience of hotel weddings 🙂 ?
Photos by Kathleen Hertel Photography.
Weddings at historic mansions just feel special! There’s something timeless about outdoor ceremonies on lush green lawns and wedding receptions in lavish ballrooms designed at the turn of the last century. The wedding just seems to become part of the history.
The Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown, Connecticut is definitely a wedding venue that exudes history, class and beauty. With a rich history dating back to 1900, the now city-owned mansion offers beautiful classical architecture and ample landscaped grounds; providing the perfect backdrop for photos and setting the stage for a wedding to remember. The ballroom seats up to 200 guests for a sit-down dinner and additional capacity is available via a tented outside patio.
Amanda and Todd took full advantage of the facilities and even a little rain couldn’t put a damper on their wedding. The ceremony was held indoors due to the weather, but the room still provided beautiful ceiling to floor views of the grounds. Having the flexibility to move indoors is a major benefit of venues that only host one event per day, such as the Wadsworth Mansion.
Photographs by Parsons Photo.
Bride and groom Patrice and James were looking for a nautical wedding and definitely selected the perfect venue. The Sanibel Harbour Marriott in Fort Myers, Florida is located on 85 waterfront acres at the tip of Fort Myers. Even better, the property offers amazing views of Sanibel and Captiva Islands on Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast.
Before departing on the Princess Yacht for their wedding reception, Patrice and James took full advantage of the hotel facilities and oceanfront views for their photos. Once aboard the yacht, guests were treated to a grand nautical wedding ceremony and reception while cruising the gulf coast. Captain Kevin Koughan even officiated the ceremony :).
Photographs by Doreen Kline Photography.