A HIGH­LIGHT OF THE NIGHT

Martha Stewart Weddings - - CELEBRATIONS -

“MY FRIENDS WERE DANC­ING BE­FORE YOU WERE EVEN SUP­POSED TO BE DANC­ING. THEY DANCED AS DIN­NER WAS BE­ING SERVED!” —Stephanie

A ro­man­tic pal­ette of pale blush and navy blended beau­ti­fully with the nat­u­ral set­ting.

The bride’s Char­lotte Olympia shoes were a near-per­fect match for the em­broi­dered or­ganza of her gown. “My mother-in-law bought them for me,” she says.“They were re­ally fun.”

An Eastern Shore wed­ding isn’t com­plete with­out a kiss on the wa­ter— sup­plied by the new­ly­weds dur­ing cock­tail hour.

Save-the-date cards fea­tured a col­or­ful il­lus­tra­tion of the wed­ding venue, giv­ing guests a glimpse of what was to come—and es­tab­lish­ing the S&P flag mo­tif that would ap­pear through­out the cel­e­bra­tion.

Es­cort cards, in the form of that fa­mil­iar flag—which also flew atop the re­cep­tion tent—waited in Cham­pagne flutes. At the bride’s re­quest, all the bub­bly served that day was pink.

In lieu of a tra­di­tional guest book, stick­ers shaped like Cham­pagne la­bels were in­scribed with toasts to the bride and groom.

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