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In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here is the romantic wedding day of Lindsay and Luke in Concord, MA!

Just the week before their wedding, Lindsay and Luke joined me for a quintessential Vermont engagement session. As I always tell my clients, of course you probably don’t need engagement photos, but the experience of us being together, getting to know each other, and playing with the camera just can’t be beat. I felt like we were best buds when I showed up on the morning of their wedding, and that makes for such awesome and authentic photos on the big day (especially for those bashful men in our lives)!

Lindsay got ready at her childhood home, laughing among her amazing friends and family. We departed for a sweet exchange of vows at First Parish Church, and then captured photos along the historic buildings and river near Walden Pond in Concord.

The back yard transitioned into this gorgeous wedding paradise… and Becca from Petal Floral Design knew JUST how to adorn it with her beautiful flowers!

Again, words are not enough for Becca’s airy and organic floral design!

Friend Mike Olcott sang a special song for the newlyweds, and Flavorheard ROCKED IT spinning vinyl all night! The dance floor was packed!

Lindsay and Luke, you guys are truly amazing, and it was such a pleasure spending time with you and the pup this past year! I will never forget sharing your first champagne toast with you, incognito ;-) Can’t wait till we get to hang again!

Venue: Private Home | Flowers: Petal Floral Design | DJ: Flavorheard | Dress: J.Crew | Catering: Season to Taste Catering | Tents: Sunshine Tent & Party | Landscaping: Stonegate Gardens

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  • February 15, 2013 - 10:25 am

    Amanda Powers - These are unbelievable Stacey, the bride is just gorgeous!

  • February 24, 2013 - 6:46 pm

    Meredith Sledge - So amazing!!

Erika and Andrew shared in the most beautiful October wedding at The Wequassett Resort on Cape Cod.

Erika is both the incredible style blogger at Radiant Republic and the savvy entrepreneur leading Cape Nanny. Andrew’s own company, Laurentide, is an outdoor-lifestyle apparel company coming soon to our killer ocean and mountain communities. In short, these two pretty much rock!

With all their oceany good vibes, the natural beauty of Pleasant Bay, and the help of Jacin at Lovely Little Details, these guys filled their wedding celebration with such a fresh and fun atmosphere. But most of all, Erika and Andrew are two of the most thoughtful and loving people you’ll ever meet, and I am so honored to have shared this day with them.

Jacin worked pure magic with all the wedding flowers! Such a fun pop of color and gold for this warm October day on the ocean…One thing I really loved was that Erika and Andrew were introduced into their first dance during cocktail hour, instead of at the reception. We had done a “first look” for photos ahead of time, and the awesome guitar duo of Ja2M was playing, so why wait till later for a less authentic introduction – introduce yourselves whenever you want!A glimpse of the Wequassett’s “Outer Bar” from afar – where the reception took place! I was actually standing at their ceremony site for this photo – amazingness all around.

Erika and Andrew, it was truly my absolute pleasure and honor to be with you in this incredible celebration, and to call you guys great friends forever more! Thank you for continuing to be a champion of me and my work, even though it is your love and beauty that shines through the most!

A big thank you goes out to Style Me Pretty for featuring this special wedding! Click here for the full story and gallery!
Assisting Photographer: Jacquelyn Poussot Photography | Venue: Wequassett Resort | Planning, Styling + Floral Design: lovely little details | Stationery: Suite Paperie | Calligraphy: Whoa Nellie Press | Ceremony + Cocktail Hour Music: Ja2M | DJ: Chris Murphy of Tri-State DJs | Cake: Delicious Desserts | Transportation: Fancy Enterprises | Table Runners: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Gown: Vineyard Collection by Priscilla of Boston | Veil: Country Weddings Bridal Boutique | Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade | Bridesmaids’ Skirts: Anne M Cramer | Bridesmaids’ Tops: Victoria’s Secret | Hair: Laurie Affleck of By Design | Makeup: Dani Wagener of DW Beauty | Groomsmen’s Jackets: Watson’s Men’s Store | Flower Girl Dress: BellaBean Couture

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No big deal, right? My photo featured on Glamour Magazine‘s website? Wedding Style Icon: 12 Wedding Ideas Inspired by Kelly Clarkson

Particularly exciting when it’s alongside my increeedible floral designer friend Becca, from Petal Floral Design, and featuring Lindsay and Luke – whose full wedding I still can’t wait to share with you!

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  • January 24, 2013 - 10:26 pm

    Carrie S - Nope…no big deal at all. Never heard of it. :)

    Congratulations my talented friend (and to my talented friend’s talented friend!)! I am very excited for you…as usual!

  • January 25, 2013 - 7:30 pm

    Heather McMinn - Wonderful!!! So exciting.

  • January 27, 2013 - 7:58 pm

    Amanda - Yah Stacey!!

  • January 28, 2013 - 12:29 pm

    Ruth - Yay! Congratulations Stacey :D

Nestled in the green Caversham Valley in Balgowan, Alicia and I stumbled on quite possibly the most amazing place for our last meal in South Africa: Granny Mouse Country House & Spa. So many sweet details and eclectic nooks, something new at every turn. We could have stayed forever, yet it felt like the most perfect finale to our week-long journey.

And yep, it’s a wedding venue too!!! *call me!*

The sweet little chapel with a Christmas tree on display… what a beautiful place to get married!

Our time in Africa felt like a retreat… a filling of our souls. We had a blast, laughed a ton – but we also breathed deeply, observed our surroundings with such contentment and listened without distraction (no phones!). I will be forever grateful to this country, these people, my dear friend Alicia, and places like Granny Mouse’s Country House for sharing their peaceful beauty.

On this evening, we began our 30-hour trek back home to New York and New England.

Previous posts on South Africa:

A Spontaneous Trip to South Africa

Arriving in Johannesburg & Durban

Exploring the Drakensberg Mountains

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