Fall Wedding in New England


I’m baacck!

I spent this last week in beautiful New England. I had the privilege to attend a family wedding. It was a gorgeous fall wedding and the bride was one of the most beautiful brides I’ve ever seen.

The peak color season was pretty much over when I arrived.







Holding hands at the wedding rehearsal.




I loved the fall color flowers against the white and pumpkin colored dresses.

This bouquet was made by yours truly. We had to quickly make a tossing bouquet, so I ran to the store and whipped this one together.


Sweet little flower girl basket




The bride’s bouquet with amazing dark calla lilies.




There were candied apples as party favors and we danced up a storm.


The time flew and now I’m home with major jet lag. I can’t believe that a three hour difference can take such a toll.

Hope you all had a great week.

13 comments:

Heather ~Pretty Petals said...

WOW! What a gorgeous wedding... and especially in New England. It is such a beautiful time of year here on the East Coast.

hope you are having a good month! xoxo

LiLi M. said...

Bonjour Nancy, it's great to have you back! I love this festive autumn post! And yes I know all about jet lags. You know that when we change time for seasonal reasons (loose 1 hour in spring and take it back in autumn) I'm always a little sick of that! It is only one hour diference! Can you imagine that?

Just to celebrate you're back I'll take you on a visit to Paris and we'll have a small treat...
http://vimeo.com/14825874

(there must be an English translation but hey the French one sounds soooo much better!),
Hugs LiLi

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

So sorry we could not be there; we are in the middle of so much work at school..thank you for coming to visit! The prior post I had dedicated to all of the people that have been so kind to me...you are on that list. LOVE YOU, Anita

Time Worn Style said...

Love the autumn wedding and those dark lillies ~ wow! All picture perfect
alicia

NeereAnDear said...

I adore the colors of Autumn... crisp ... clean... vibrant... the bouquets are both lovely ... how lucky that you got to spend the week in New England... such a beautiful place for a wedding... especially this time of year ...

HUGS
JO

Kate Tracton said...

Hi Nancy,

That looks like a fun, original wedding!

I love the idea of the candy apples as favors, and WOW! Those callas!!!

Rest up and recover soon. :)

Hugs,

Kate

Fleur de Bee said...

Just beautiful!!! I love the rich colors of the Fall! That wedding looks like it was amazing.

xoxo Molly

Ruben Rivera said...

Dear Nancy,

I so wish we could have gone to the wedding, but it is hard to get away during the academic year. I told our brother that if he ever gets married and doesn't plan it for the summer when we are free, I'll be very upset.

Love to you et al.
Ruben

Marie Antionette said...

A beautiful Fall wedding!!! What could be more colorful.I love it.Glad you back,cause I'm having a give away Dear. Please pass the word.
Hugs and Witchy Kisses
Marie Antionette

Chatelaine said...

Glad you enjoyed your trip. What a beautiful bouquet you made. I'll bet it was a perfect wedding.

Funny, I had an autumn luncheon today and I gave caramel apples as favors too!

June said...

Nancy it was thrilling to see you were back with a beautiful post of wedding bliss pictures. The arrangements and pictures you have created here are gorgeous. Few things are as lovely as a wedding. You have captured so much of the beauty to share with all of us.
hugs to you...

Auntie Cake said...

So glad you had a wonderful time at the wedding. Fall weddings are especially beautiful, thanks for sharing your pics. We just hosted a wedding reception in our backyard, and I am going through wedding plan withdrawl. Your pics helped me get my "wedding fix!"

Loved the apples as favors. What a wonderful treat!
Kate

LW said...

Love the wedding colors…
Sunflowers are a favorite flower of mind.
I hope the part of New England that you visited was full of autumn at its best.
Here in southern NE the colors have been washed away by lots of rains.

Louise