Friday, February 7, 2014

Mt. Hope Farm Lobsterbake Wedding

If you're looking for fun, authentic, and downright New England, K & D's wedding day is where you'll find it. With a venue as beautiful as Mt. Hope Farm in Bristol, RI, there is no mistaking how perfect a traditional Rhode Island Lobsterbake fit the occasion!

K & D planned their day, down to every last detail, to create a fun, one-of-a-kind experience for their guests. It's not every day that you get to attend a lobster bake, and better yet, get to see the entire process up close!! Who knew that the best way to bake a lobster was over a bed of coals and seaweed!

Their outdoor tented wedding was picture perfect! Keeping the mood light, natural hues and soft, rich browns and tans turned this outdoor space into a gorgeous landscape for a wedding. I loved working with this couple from start to finish, with genuine smiles they were excited to make their wedding a relaxed event with good food, lots of good food, and did I mention some more good food?!? Take a look at just how special their day was!

All of their stationary took inspiration from nature to keep the wedding to feel light and airy!

K's wedding accessories were simple and fit the occasion perfectly :)

The best part about an outdoor ceremony at Mt. Hope Farm is the stung views overlooking the bay and expanding to the ocean!

I can't get over how much I LOVE these detail photos, this wedding looked so soft against the green lawns and the subdued gray blue of the ocean

place cards
These escort cards were simple creations but worked for the nature inspired wedding.

And get ready for the LOBSTERBAKE!! Probably one of the coolest things to see in person.

Covering the coals with seaweed to create an outdoor steamer.

How cute are these two for their first dance?! They set the tone with a little Frank Sinatra ;)

Bring on the seafood!!

Vendor Credits

Wedding Planner: Couture Parties
Ceremony Musician: Scott Daggett
Tent Decoration: Ryan Designs
Portable Restroom: C&S Restrooms
Transportation: Newport Limo
Officiant: Bob Hardman

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