With the fall season officially in full swing, Ashley and Joe’s cozy Connecticut wedding couldn’t have come at a better time. It’s a celebration of all things autumn with a color palette of navy blue, burnt orange, and a few touches of ivory and gold for good measure.
Their venue, once a summer home of the Rockefeller era, set the tone for an elegant occasion with sprawling gardens and a stunning mansion that added an element of vintage charm to their special day.
We custom chose our wording in English and Hebrew that spoke to us and were meaningful to us as a couple and what we promised each other for our future. The ketubah and signing ceremony was such a beautiful moment of two families coming together for our marriage.
Upon their arrival to the ceremony, guests were treated to warm apple cider as they witnessed the couple’s exchange of vows beneath their custom-made chuppah. Joe sealed the deal with the breaking of the glass and the couple led their favorite people to a candlelit celebration that lasted well into the night.
Vendor Resources: Photographer: TimeFrozen Photography//Venue: Eolia Mansion at Harkness State Park//Invitations: Minted//Caterer: A Thyme To Cook//Cake Designer: Two Little Red Hens//Officiant: Rabbi Marc Ekstrand//Dress Store: Kleinfeld Bridal//Veils & Headpieces: Kleinfeld Bridal//Tuxedo and Groomsmen Attire: J. Crew//Bridesmaid Dresses: Weddington Way//Hair Stylist: Red Door Spa//Makeup Artist: Painted by Brettnee//DJ: Power Posse