Real Weddings: A Blush Pink Nautical New Jersey Wedding with a University of Delaware Touch

For Jacqui and Jeff, their wedding reflected their love of each other, the ocean, and their alma mater.  As the two can’t get enough of the ocean (who can?), they decided to get married at the stunning Mallard Island Yacht Club in Manahawkin. With its gorgeous beachfront, open-air ballroom, covered outdoor chapel, and private dock, the venue itself is a bride’s dream. The two will admit that they’re not sailors, but the Jersey Shore venue lent itself to some subtle nautical touches.

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From top to bottom: (1) A classic navy and blush pink wedding invite subtly lends itself to a nautical theme. (2) The gorgeous bride in her Essence of Australia wedding gown (3) The couple in front of the venue’s stunning fireplace (4) The bridal party outside the venue (5) We love when the bridal party displays how they know the bride! 

The wedding continues-see more of this wedding here and here!

Photography: Ann Coen Photography. Venue: Mallard Island Yacht Club in LBI. Wedding Dress: Essence of Australia. Bridal Party: J Crew. Florist: MDS Floral. Hair & Makeup: Vida Artistry Salon. Wedding Cake: Carlo’s Bakery.

 

Inviting Tuesday: A LOVE Park Fall Wedding Invite

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Image via Etsy seller DeanPenn

Etsy seller DeanPenn has the best wedding invites for a fall wedding in Philly.  These Love Park invites  feature the classic LOVE logo with a perfect fall leaf.  We love when wedding invitations display the seasons and the leaf is such a nice autumn touch.

 

Inviting Tuesday: a Paris and Philly Love Wedding invitation

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Image via Titus Print

 

A wedding invitation where The City of Brotherly Love meets the City of Love! Titus Print Custom Designs, based outside of Philadelphia, designed these gorgeous wedding invitations for a couple who live in Paris, but married in Philly.  They incorporated well-known landmarks from Paris and Philly, tying both cities together.  We simply love how the invites show the best of both cities-what a novel idea for any long-distance couple or destination wedding.  The color scheme of red/black/white and grey color scheme was designed to work with the double-sided French and English invitation. Further, the invitation was topped with a custom silver embossed liner adorned with the Eiffel Tower. The end result-a wedding invitation truly worthy of a love story.

 

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