Sagaponack Splendor


Lucky me, to plan Zoe and Chris’ wedding at their home in Sagaponack.  As co-owners of English Country Antiques in Bridgehampton, there were so many wonderful props and accessories which infused their personal touch into every aspect of their day.  Thank goodness the rain held off. Admittedly, it was a bit humid during set up but a soft breeze cooled it down just in time for guests to arrive.

Below, a few photos taken with my iphone.

Don’t you just love the “Mr and Mrs” signs on the back of these vintage bicycles?

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Custom Aprons and assorted champagne flutes on etched silver trays welcome guests.
champange close upCustom programs with paper fans in wooden chopping bowls and music petal cones were available on a “welcome” table.IMG_1975Assorted benches, pews and chairs made the ceremony feel eclectic and intimate.  Eucalyptus leaf garlands down the center aisle (a nod to Zoe’s Australian home) hung from vintage wooden fence posts.  Ceremony structure was made from branches found in their garden.IMG_1950

Here’s Zoe, having her veil pinned.
IMG_1953The sun came out just in time.IMG_1973Pepper got in on the action.

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IMG_1988BarGuest Book from Mrs.John L Strong Fine Stationaryguest bookEscort card seashells, collected by Zoe.  Swan from their personal collection.IMG_1939IMG_1925

Table were named after local villages that make up the Hamptons.IMG_1936centerpiece with petal coneMenus which also doubled as place cards were printed on craft bags and stuffed with a baguette.
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Seashell Bread and Butter plates.  Salt and Pepper vessels.bread and butter , salt and pepper

DInner was an assortment of family style sides and passed main course, on blue and white china platters from Zoe and Chris’ personal collection.

lambchopsStraw Bales, set with blankets and throw pillows around a fire pit, were lit after dinner.
haybales instagramBelow, sticks for roasting mmarshmallows.IMG_2028IMG_2042

Good night, sweet heart, good night.

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