Megan & Bryan {5.16.16}

Megan and Bryan got married on a beautiful May day at the Elm Rock Inn, in Stone Ridge, NY. With wonderful food, an incredible photographer (his blog post here), gorgeous flowers, and an amazing DJ, (not to mention the delicious gluten-free cupcakes for dessert!), we don’t think the day could have been any more perfect!

Megan and Bryan incorporated so many fun details into their special day. We loved that they used a framed “theater poster” of the two of them as their guestbook for friends and family to sign (they met on the set of a play). There was also a “message in a bottle” station where guests could leave funny notes or helpful advice for Megan and Bryan to open and read on their first anniversary. The couple also took the time to hand-paint all of the mason jars that were used in their centerpieces, and they looked fantastic!

Some other fun details:

  • Burlap pinwheels lining the aisle (also made by Megan)
  • A remembrance table in memory of people very close to the couples hearts
  • Kazoos for after the ceremony
  • An after-party bonfire, complete with smores!

It was a very special day for a very special couple; Congratulations Megan and Bryan!

-Danielle, Kayla, & Matt

 

 

Venue: Elm Rock Inn

Photographer: Keith Ferris Photo

Florist: Floral Fantasies

Caterer: Harvest RealFood Catering

Music: DJ Bri

Cupcakes: Hudson Valley Dessert Company

Rentals: Rhinebeck Rentals

Event Planning: Every Little Detail

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Crazy Guest Books

Many couples think “I don’t want a guest book no one ever looks at it after the wedding. It’s just a waste of time.”

Why not have a guest book that you can enjoy through out your marriage.

puzzle piecesHave guests sign puzzle pieces. You and your fiance can then assemble after the honeymoon; while you read all the nice notes; and then you can turn it into cool wall art.

engagement book

Have your photographer make a book of your engagement photos that guests can sign. It can then serve as a great coffee table book for years to come.

Typewritter

Have your guests type you notes on an old type writer you can then turn into a fabulous old time book or even some wall art.

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Guests can write advice or words of wisdom in different categories and then when the time comes you can pull them out. Its the guest book that keeps on giving.

quilt

This one takes a little work. Guests sign pre-cut squares and after the wedding have a family member or a professional sew these pieces together.  You now have a guest book that can keep you warm!

Rocks

Now these may get weathered a little but its still fun. Have guests sign rocks and then use them in your garden.

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 Guests can take pictures of themselves and write notes on the bottom. You can then assemble them into a great coffee table book.

Julie and Bo September 15, 2012

Julie and Bo were married on September 15, 2012 at a Private Estate in Germantown, NY.

Invitations

Invitations

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Ceremony and Reception: A Private Estate Germantown, NY

Ceremony Music: Kristi Shade Harp

Photographer: The Weaver House

Band: The Nu-Cullers

Officiant: Naomi Fay

Caterer: New World Home Cooking Saugerties, NY

Baker: Flatiron Restaurant Red Hook, NY

Rental Company: Events Unlimited

Wedding Coordinator: Every Little Detail

Carolina and Daniel September 21, 2012

Carolina and Daniel were married at the newly constructed Roundhouse in Beacon. What a fabulous venue!!

 

Ceremony and Reception: Roundhouse Beacon NY

Picture Location: Storm King Art Center

Photographer: Tim Coffey

DJ: Turntable Events

Ceremony Music: Jay & Lee

Videographer:  Merrill Grace Productions 

Florist: Seed to Fruit

Wedding Planner: Every Little Detail