This Bride & Groom are perfect for each other and their relaxed yet elegant Jersey shore beach wedding was flawless. Even though the skies threatened rain all day, we never had a drop. The sun came out just as the ceremony dawned. The bright light of the bay moved into the gorgeous sunset and as the light dimmed the market lighting made the evening shimmer. The Reeds at Shelter Haven is the ultimate venue for a wedding at the shore. The ballroom extends very gracefully into the patio making the inside and outdoor space appear as one. The guest rooms at this venue are beautifully appointed and the Team that runs the show at the hotel, in every department, is nothing but professional.
This bride chose yellow and gray as her colors. We found the absolute perfect linens to convey the beach feeling within her color scheme. The centerpieces were full yet simple, adorned with lanterns and much candlelight. The head table was 100 glass containers of candles of all shapes and sizes. Our Creative Director, Jessica, who is in charge of all things fabulous, did an amazing job with the personal flowers, ceremony and table designs.
The logistics of the weekend were handled by myself and my Wedding Planning assistant, Amanda, who always does a stellar job at the details. Managing the schedules from the rehearsal dinner to the Sunday brunch is an incredible task. We were sad to see it end but thrilled that everyone was HAPPY!
A big shout out to Dave Robbins for these amazing images. He has an incredible eye for the details and a great sense of fun in his photographic composition. (And he was great to work with!)
Ceremony on the upper deck at The Reeds
Parasol Detail in ceremony
The Brides Bouquet
Dress by Van Cleve
Just in case it rained (and it did not!)
Succulents and crespedia for the boutonnières
Cocktails on the lawn
The Reeds – Stunning at Night!
This got a LOT of use!
LOVE this sweet touch!
Beer koozie and fold up sunglasses with the Twitter # – cute, cute idea!
The bride used paperless post for the Wedding Invitations and carried through the theme on the print pieces for the day
Such a great idea so everyone could take their own iPhone pics – kinda like a photo booth but much more fun!
Last photo of the night! Congrats Mr. & Mrs.!!!