This Morning Cup of Wedding has a great relaxed beach feel taking place at the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum at Delaware Seashore State Park.The setup for this wedding is fun and intimate and makes me wish I could have been there! Especially to get a chance to meet Clay Aiken who was one of the groomsmen. Great planning by Make My Day Event Planning & More, LLC! Photography by Maria DeForrest Photography, Tents and Lighting by Dover Rent-All Tents & Events, and adorable baked goods by Carolina Sugar Fairy Custom Cakes & Sweets. The sand looks so soft and ready to dance in all night! To learn more about the Indian River Life Saving Station, click here.
This past Friday our nation was thrown into celebration, but Morning Cup of Wedding says why should the celebrations stop now? I’m sure this newly married couple won’t stop celebrating this special day in their lives for years and years to come. Props to Exposed Branches Photography for capturing this happy day at Gordon’s Pond in the Capehenlopen State Park. To learn more about Exposed Branches Photography, click here.
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What better way to have a summer Morning Cup of Wedding than on the beach? This beautiful, breezy, summer wedding was creatively captured byEscudero Photography: Wedding & Family Photography, DE on Lewes Beach. I love to see happy intimate weddings having fun! To learn more about Escudero Photography, click here.
Put on your sunscreen and fasten your life vest because this Morning Cup of Wedding is heading to the Cape May – Lewes Ferry. Dover Rent-All Tents & Events transformed the Lewes Ferry Terminal into a lush, seaside venue ready to party all night. The theme ideas for this wedding are completely adorable from the table settings to the ice buckets. Also, be on the lookout for a guest appearance from Delaware’s celebrity chef Dana Herbert of Desserts by Dana with an equally adorable cake to match! Congratulations to Megan and Billy. Much happiness! To learn more about Dover Rent-All Tents and Events, click the link here:http://ow.ly/OvV2N
Morning Cup of Wedding has seen many beach weddings, but this one is for the books. The setting, the lighting, and the colors couldn’t be more breathtaking. This astonishing event couldn’t have been planned better thanks to Eastern Shore Events who has also been nominated for Coastal Style Magazine‘s Best of 2015. To learn more about Eastern Shore Events, click here.
Summer weddings are all about being outdoors and enjoying the beautiful sunny weather. However, when temperatures rise too high wedding guests start to become antsy and annoyed. In order for you to have your picture perfect wedding and also keep your wedding guests happy and feeling fabulous, we’ve compiled a list of must have items to provide relief against the sun! Not only will your guests thank you later, but you’ll also be able to enjoy yourself as a couple, knowing that your guests are relaxed, refreshed, and comfortable.
1.) Sunglasses: You don’t want your guests squinting while you walk down the aisle in/ your gorgeous gown, so keep sunglasses for them to wear while outdoors. You’ll be surprised to find how many people forget to bring shades to an outdoor wedding. Not to mention, they’re also great photo booth props!
2.) Parasols: These are great stylish and useful accessories to keep for any outdoor wedding. They will keep away the sun, and will look great in pictures as well! If you want to get fancy, you can choose different colors or prints to match your decor.
3.) Flip-Flops: Whether you’re having your wedding on the beach, or just want your guests to be comfortable on the dance floor, having flip-flops is a great idea! You can keep them in a basket or box with a personalized title like the one below.
4.) Personal Fan: Keep hand-held fans on each chair. Fans can also double up as your wedding program, which all your guests can keep as a personal memento after the wedding!
5.) Wet towels & Fresh spray: No one wants to feel stinky and sweaty at a wedding, especially since everyone will be dressed in their best outfits. Having cool towelettes and fresh cucumber and lavender spray is another excellent way to make sure your guests stay cool and refreshed at your wedding!
6.) Cold Refreshments: Keep cold water bottles and lemonade in ice buckets, so guests can get hydrated before sitting in the scorching sun for the ceremony. You can also personalize each bottle with a message.
7.) Sunscreen and Bug spray: With hot weather comes those annoying buzzing bugs. Be prepared by keeping a bug spray and sunscreen station for your guests to go and apply some much-needed SPF! Opt for cream instead of spray, so guests don’t accidentally spray the food or their eyes.
Remember to remind your guests that your wedding will be outdoors, so they can dress accordingly. Try and keep a shaded spot where people can mingle and catch a cool breeze, and stay away from metal chairs. This might seem pretty obvious, but sometimes we forget the minor details when planning. All in all, enjoy yourself and everything else will fall into place!
A warm Autumn Breeze combined with the Salty Ocean Air gives our morning cup of wedding a savory flavor beautifully prepared by Blueprint Photography of Newark, DE. Some of my favorites in this wedding, the beautiful lace shoes, white pumpkin and gorgeous brilliance of the dresses. For more about Blueprint Photography, follow this link:http://www.perfectweddingguide.com/…/blueprint-photography…/