A Whimsical Vintage Wedding in Connecticut
Beside a sun-dappled pond at the sublime Winvian Resort in Connecticut, Andrew (left) and Jeremy break the glass, one of several Jewish traditions they incorporated into the otherwise secular ceremony.
The Couple's Dog
"Pooch of honor" Bosley sports a custom seersucker suit.
Andrew's mom carried a colorful bouquet with greenery, roses, and hydrangeas.
The Ring Bearer
The ring bearer gets a little help with his boutonniere.
Guests watch as Jeremy and Andrew are wed.
The Wedded Couple
Jeremy and Andrew after walking down the aisle together at the ceremony.
Andrew's family flanks the jubilant couple.
An antique toy car is placed at the entrance to the reception and filled with beautiful white flowers and greenery to greet guests.
Vintage-inspired place cards.
Personalized Cocktail Napkins
The pair couldn't resist campy golden cocktail napkins from MikWright; "We tend to seek a balance between the high and low," Jeremy says.
Each table had a different theme; perched atop the "music" table's orange shag carpet is a rack of 8-track tapes and a Woodstock LP tucked into a Fisher-Price record player. (Florist Candi Milliard rooted succulents in a retro cork planter and used craspedia to playfully suggest a disco ball.)
The Happy Couple
The happy couple takes a walk with their dog, Bosley.
The "photo" table holds vintage View-Master discs, slide carousels, wooden frames, and a classic camera; larkspur, peach roses, scabiosa seed heads, and craspedia shoot out of the centerpiece's wheatgrass base.
An Unique Centerpiece
Another quirky centerpiece: This one is decorated with antique toy cars and license plates.
The couple cutting their tuxedo-themed cake.
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