real LD wedding: amy & adam

This wedding was one word. OK, two. COMPLETELY GORGEOUS. Amy and Adam got married on a perfect early fall day in September at the Waveny House. The sun was bright in New Canaan but there was a chill in the evening air that helped guests dance on the patio all night long. The mansion was the perfect venue for their classic New England affair, and they were married in the beautiful rose garden on the property.

Amy is an event planner by trade and thought of every detail for her wedding. The day oozed elegance and class from the fashion (we adored Amy’s LulaKate one-strap gown!) to the coordinating bow tie for their pup. Their friend Chef Marc Weber designed a custom – and ridiculously delicious – menu, complete with fresh late night doughnuts that filled the air with a sugar cloud.

One of our favorite moments of the night was sneaking Amy and Adam upstairs for a quiet moment after the ceremony – such a sweet couple filled with so much love! Enjoy Nicole Taylor Photography‘s gorgeous pics from their day!

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We had an absolute blast at this wedding and loved working alongside such an incredible vendor team and our on-site coordinator Aliza. Many thanks to Amy and Adam for including us in their big day! We love you guys!

xo,

B & C

{Vendor Credits: Bridal Gown by LulaKate; Photography by Nicole Taylor Photography; Catering by OnTheMarc Events; Florals by Dirt Floral; Band via ETA Music; Bagpiper Tom Kirk; Cake by Great Cakes Westport}

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