Our clients keep us on our toes, and we like that. This recent installation from our Sperry Tents NJ team involved the tenting of an in-ground fountain, which came out completely amazing in the end. David Mitchell and his team at Still Life Event Design did a spectacular job with the event layout and décor, and event planner Christine Paul was the glue that held everyone together, making this wedding a huge success. The clients were a wonderful family and very happy with the results. Thanks to everyone involved for a great event!
The penultimate northern California wedding, Sophie and Elizabeth’s April nuptials at Costanoa Lodge & Camp in Pescadero were awash in natural textures and colors. Lime green accents and bright orange poppies made for a bright and fresh color palette, and guests had plenty of relaxation options, from the tented lounge area to the lodge’s outdoor amenities. Tent and rentals by our West Coast provider Zephyr Tents.
Held at a private residence in Jamestown, Rhode Island, this summer wedding was all about romance. From the rosettes dotting the bottom of the bride’s gown to the velvet lounge furniture to the perfectly pink sunset, every detail flowed together seamlessly thanks to event planner Sarah True of True Event. The placement of the 46′ x 125′ reception tent optimized the property’s views.
Photography: Leila Brewster // Event Design & Coordination: True Event // Floral: Hana Floral Design // Catering: Blackstone Caterers // Cake: Confectionary Designs // Rentals: Rentals Unlimited // Linens: La Tavola // Lighting & Draping: Ryan Designs
This destination wedding back in May highlights the raw beauty of Sanibel Island in Southwest Florida. The Casa Ybel Resort has the perfect blend of beach (for the ceremony) and manicured lawn (for the reception under a 46′ x 85′ ivory tent). Thanks to an August online feature by Floridian Weddings, you can see even more images here. Special thanks to Concept Photography for sharing these images with us!
This September wedding at a private estate in Falmouth was a tribute to “old Cape Cod” but with a romantic edge. There were plenty of Cape touches, including an oyster raw bar, a gourmet menu with local ingredients, and a salt-water taffy bar. Seaside flair is evident at every turn, from navy-and-ivory striped linens to the message-in-a-bottle seating assignments to the oar-turned-guestbook. Next to a 24′ Round Blue Star cocktail tent, dinner and dining were held under a 46′ x 105′ with Asian lanterns.
This wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty – click here to see the published post and even more pics by Nicole!