Intimate Winter Wedding

Jul 25 2013

Some of the most beautiful weddings are small, intimate affairs. Lauren and Kenny of Salem, Massachusetts had a small, elegant wedding. From their majestic purple and metallic gold color scheme, to Lauren’s shrug and winter white wedding bouquet, to their sweet love bird theme, be inspired by the details.

a rendering of the day…
It was a day filled with genuine emotion. From the their first look, to their vows and until the last dance, Lauren & Kenny couldn’t have seemed happier to be tying the knot.We started the afternoon in Lauren’s bridal suite at the Salem Waterfront Hotel & Marina. From the dress to the florals, Lauren incorporated details that mattered. Her bouquet had this adorable charm that has been in her family for years. Such a personal touch! The evening dinner and festivities were hosted at 43 Church in Salem. I just love the ambiance here, with the exposed brick and seating for no more than 100. It’s a perfect spot for an intimate affair. Lauren worked on so many of the details herself.” Binita Patel Photography

Intimate winter wedding

getting ready at the

winter bouquet

orchid boutonniere

birdhouse centerpiece

vibrant, vintage candies

purple wedding accent colors and bird theme

Congrats also to Binita Patel Photography on their recent feature in Smitten’s e-mag: a simply stunning Indian wedding with beachfront images and a beautifully personalized MagnetStreet Gate-fold invitation.

Photographer:  Binita Patel Photography//Floral Designer: Blooms of Hope//DJ: c-zone music//Bakery:Dessert Works Bakery
Musicians:Downtown Crossing Quartet
Musicians:George Parker Guitar

Submitted via Two Bright Lights



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