KC and Eli were married on a gorgeous day last June, down in Cape May at one of our favorite locations, Congress Hall. Their wedding was one of the most stylish weddings we’ve ever done with TONS of personalization and lots of great details! The theme for their wedding was nautical and preppy. The ceremony aisle was decorated by their florist, in a cool design with white rose petals. The Huppah was stunning; lots of branches, greens, and fluffy white hydrangeas. They used black and white grosgrain ribbon on all of the bouquets and also tied some around the tops of lanterns that lined the aisle. KC’s uncle painted an amazing portrait of the couple in front of Congress Hall and we were able to used that on the backs of the fan programs- such a great detail! After the couple kissed and were pronounced man and wife, guests tossed rose petals from petal cones that were made from sheet music of the songs played during the processional. KC’s mom did the art on the huge chalkboard seating chart that was made from old window panes. KC collected all of the vintage milk glass and mason jars during planning, and they were used as decor for the tables. The dancefloor was packed all night long and when guests wanted to take a break from dancing, they were able to enjoy a cigar from the cigar setup! They are always a hit with guests! At the end of the night, the couple walked through a pretty as can be sparkler send off and hopped in their getaway car. Enjoy the photos below and see their highlight film at the very bottom of the post!
Congratulations KC and Eli!
Ceremony & Reception: Congress Hall
Photography: Tim Joyce Photography
Videography: Frank Weiss Photography
Entertainment: Tribeca Grand Entertainment
Florist: Manic Botanic
Lighting: Versatile DJ’s
Day-of Stationery: Paper by Proud
Coordinators: Erin, Caitlin, and Annemarie
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