The bride, Olivia, tells us what made her Eastern Yacht Club wedding truly special and unique! “Lou and I wrote our own vows and did not share anything about them at all so they were a total surprise the day of our wedding. When we said our vows, we wound up saying some of the very same things and it just showed how undeniably made for each other we are. We both promised that this life together would be nothing short of an adventure. Dancing with my grandpa was amazing and we both loved dancing with our niece Zoey. She had so much fun and adores her Uncle Louie. I will cherish the pictures of her holding his hand and smiling up at him like that forever. For my something blue I used a piece of Lou’s police uniform in the shape of a heart and sewed it inside of my dress over my heart. My other favorite DIY element were all of the chalkboard signs. My sister in law spent hours and days working on them and rewriting them a million times to make them perfect. Instead of having a guest book, I spent weeks making a scrapbook with pre-placed glue dots and spaces for the photo booth pictures. Guests got to take pictures in the photobooth then pick a page to place them and write a special note. It worked out perfectly and it’s a gorgeous scrapbook with so much meaning.”
Eastern Yacht Club Wedding Vendors
Photographer: Bradley Images, inc.
Reception Venue: Eastern Yacht Club
Dress Store: Juliet’s Bridals
Groomsman Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Hair Stylist: Padma Salon
Ring Designer: Smyth Jewelers