What do you picture first when you think of a good, old fashioned, passionate romance? Personally, the iconic image of the sailor and the nurse in Time Square on V day readily pops into my mind – but, seeing Ashley and Pierre’s Rehoboth Beach Country Club Wedding may bring that classic ideal into the modern era.
“If there’s a yellow rose in (Delaware),she must be the one…
Her father knew my love was true for his daughter, Kelly Ann” (song Lyrics: Jimmy Buckley)
A gorgeous venue, a gorgeous bride, and a gorgeous wedding was shared with us by Delaware Bride Mrs. Kelly Ann Krajewski with husband Patrick Krajewski. Kelly Ann reached out to Delaware Perfect Wedding Guide in search of an item for her wedding, and was so sweet to remember to share her momentous day with us.
“The first kiss and the first glass of wine are the best.”
― Marty Rubin
What is more pleasurable, comfortable, aesthetic, and quaint than an intimate outdoor wedding at a winery. In Delaware, you can find that place at Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes, Delaware.
The Rehoboth Beach Country Club is a crown jewel tucked away on the Rehoboth Bay away from the hustle and crowds of the beach. There are so many photo opportunities with waterfront views, golf course landscaping, and the elegance of a a spacial club house and ballroom. Weddings can be held indoors or out. The reception ballroom also has a side room attached for pre-dinner h’ordeuvres. It’s decor can be as unique as each wedding couple. Learn more about The Rehoboth Beach Country Club here.
What can be more delicious than a perfect wedding day with the opportunity for photos in the beautiful and grand Nemours Mansion Gardens which is only open to full time employees of the grounds.
Hagley Museum and Library is a wonderful venue offering a lot of choices for great photography, but nothing can make a photograph like the bond between family and friends at an intimate wedding. And, in this case, a picture by Fantail Photography, is definitely worth more than a thousand words. Catch the love, the fun, the comfortable humor, the elegant portraits and the beauty of Hagley from the wedding of Steph and Patrick. Congratulations and much happiness! (Click on each photo to see full size)
“Intimacy,though part of many close relationships, is not synonymous with with love or exclusivity. Intimate friends are people who like each other, enjoy each other’s company,
go out of their way to help each other, and are concerned for each other’s welfare”.
Venue: Hagley Museum and Library
Photography: Fantail Photography
Morning Cup of Wedding is here to launch you into the week…with a CANNON! Angela and Richard really knew how to use a historical venue to the most awesome potential. Their wedding reception at Hagley Museum and Library had a strong start with a cannon demonstration, starting off their marriage a literal bang! Their lovely wedding cake, which was transported all the way from Virginia, nicely complimented the mother of the groom’s homemade, traditional Vietnamese gelatin cake. One of my favorite touches were the large origami-like flowers that hung with the puff balls from the ceiling. They made a great decorative atmosphere with their memorizing detail. Not to mention the great atmosphere in Hagley’s gallery I! The low wooden beams give the crisp space a delightful mix of classically simple and rustic farmhouse. To learn more about Hagely Museum and Library, be sure to visit Hagley Weddings on Facebook.
Venue – Hagley Museum and Library
Centerpeices and Table Rentals – Celebrations Design Group
It’s another new week with a Morning Cup of Wedding to make a good start to your day. Jessica and Anthony had a good start off to their year with a New Years Eve Wedding at the Hilton Christiana. When the clock struck midnight, this princess sealed her fairy tale with a kiss. Not a pumpkin to be found. But it seems that Jessica wasn’t the only princess to star in this New Years Ball. Just look at this beautiful family. What a magical night at a magical place. To learn more about the Christiana Hilton, follow the link here.
The cold weather has me thinking sunny thoughts for this Morning Cup of Wedding. Kara and Brian had a gorgeous and warm wedding at The Farmhouse this past November, but the bright yellow of the sun flower bouquets isn’t what brought the heat. Check out this fantastic bridal party! How much more fun could you possibly have at a wedding?! Fantail Photography caught the absolute best from everyone at this wedding. The mother daughter photo near the end is just beautiful. The Farmhouse is definitely a fantastic venue for brides that love intimacy and closeness in their weddings. To learn more about The Farmhouse, follow the link here.
Let this Morning Cup of Wedding wrap you in the beauty of the Brandywine Valley of Delaware represented by The Hagley Museum and Library and captured by Photography by Foschi of Wilmington. Gardens, Winding Stairs, Railroad Walks, and the Elegant Simple Beauty of the Hagley Soda House gives such a variety of incredible photography moments. Take a look!