Our Wedding: Details

They say the devil is in the details… but so is the personality! I felt like the little touches through out our wedding were really important to make the whole event seem more connected to us as a couple.

We tried to keep our theme of metallics and neutrals through out every element, from the welcome gifts at the hotel, to our invites and menus, the decor, and even to our outfits. Years ago my mom literally created a word – vis-ex (visual experience) – to describe anything beautifully curated/presented/decorated or matching perfectly (we love things that match!). She has an incredible eye, particularly for making special vignettes everywhere you turn. I relied really heavily on her to bring the whole vision of the wedding together. It is definitely her forte and she is a total details person!

Etsy became my best friend and I worked with the most amazing shop owners for things like the personalized gift bags and prosecco tags. See below for a complete list of vendors we used for all the small details!

Welcome Sign: HomeGoods, Bowl: Pier 1, Votives: Various
Bouquets: Flowers & Flowers Darien, CT, Bridesmaid Dresses: Aidan Mattox @ Bloomingdales
Invitation Suite: Bella Figura 
Vow Journals: Etsy



Something Old: Vintage Handkerchief, Something New: Bracelet (Paris Bridal Jewelry by Debra Moreland), Something Borrowed & Something Blue: Sapphire Ring (from my stepmom!)
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Tuxedo: Enzo Custom


Frames: HomeGoods, Signature Cocktail Menus: Blacker & Kooby NYC
Gold Striped Straws: Amazon
Custom Cocktail Napkins: Paper Source


Polaroid Guest Book: Etsy
Centerpieces: Sur La Table


Menus & Donation Cards: Bella Figura
Bella Figura is amazing and will print your donation cards for free.


Mr. & Mrs. Champagne Flutes: Kate Spade
Cake: Palmer’s Market


Welcome Tags: Etsy, Ribbon: Amazon (similar)
Custom Gift Bags: Etsy

I also got pearl and crystal beaded bracelets (similar here) and these clutches in silver as gifts to my bridesmaids! Included in the gift bags were Solemates, since we took pictures on the golf course and I didn’t want everyone’s heels to sink in.

For the groomsmen, we bought them all their tuxedo shirt since the buttons matched the theme of the event and that way we didn’t have to worry about all the actual tuxedos being uniform (some people owned, some people rented, etc.). Sean’s groomsmen are spread all over the country, so we also got them these map glasses to have a toast with before the ceremony!


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Photo credit: Brian Hatton Weddings


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