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Laudholm Farm in Wells Maine

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We are producing a wedding at Laudholm Farm in Wells Maine this weekend with Emily Elizabeth Events. Emily is a very talented and creative event planner. Here is a photo of yesterday’s install
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Celebrate one of life’s most memorable occasions in a naturally beautiful setting. The Wells Reserve at Laudholm is one of southern Maine’s best-kept secrets, offering a unique location for your destination Maine wedding.

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Uncannnoonuc Gardens At 452 Mountain Road In Goffstown NH

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Sperry Tents Seacoast at our newest venue, Uncannnoonuc Gardens at 452 Mountain Road In Goffstown NH. Another great place to have a wedding. Here is a place you can surround yourself in roses on that special day.

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These are the most beautiful perennial and rose gardens I have ever seen in New Hampshire!

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Wedding Gifts for Grooms: A Tradition Brides Shouldn’t Ignore

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(NewsUSA) – The answer is: Yes, it’s expected.

But it’s also a chance for all you brides out there to truly show you know that not everything is about you on your wedding day. That there really is another person involved (that would be the groom) who deserves a bit of recognition, too. Continue reading

Beech Hill Barn in Pittston Maine

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Yesterday I drove to Beech Hill Barn in Pittston Maine to meet with the owner Priscilla Kelly.
The barn was hand built by Pricilla and her husband Jay.
It is absolutely gorgeous!
We hope to install Sperry Tents there in the near future.
Here is a photo of the barn.

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring Your Wedding Photographer

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Your wedding will be one of the most memorable times of your life, and no one can capture it better than a professional photographer. So how do you find the right one? As you interview photographers, ask them these questions to help you determine if he or she is the right photographer for you.

  1. Do you have a portfolio I can review?

Reviewing sample work allows you to see the photographer’s style. Is it more formal or candid? Look for images you can see yourself in. Think of three words that describe you and share those with your photographer. Continue reading

Sperry Quality Makes Our Tents The Most Desirable For Wedding and Event Rentals

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We thought we would share the Sperry Tent story so you can see why we are the #1 Tent to rent in Downeast Maine, New Hampshire or Massachusetts.

In 1979, sailmaker Steve Sperry built the first-ever Sperry Tent using his fabric design skills and the materials available in his sail loft, Sperry Sails. Little did he know that this prototype would evolve into a full line of rental tents whose look and feel would create an international revolution in event tents.

Steve’s son, Tim, took over ownership of Sperry Tents and incorporated it separately from Sperry Sails in 1996. As president of Sperry Tents Tim has grown the company from one rental office in Mass. into a large family of licensed providers across the country and abroad.

Today, Sperry Tents is still a family-owned enterprise, with Sperry Fabric Architecture, helmed by Steve’s other son, Matt, producing the tents and Tim overseeing the rental network. And while the company has welcomed new manufacturing technologies and canopy shapes, it continually prioritizes classic, timeless fabric designs.

What’s Your Signature Wedding Style?

lighting1In my book, The Big White Book of Weddings, I discuss style in detail. Here, in a nutshell, are four bridal styles to consider. Happy self-discovery!

By: David Tutera

One of my first questions to any bride is, “What kind of bride are you and what is your wedding style?” Now, I’m not trying to find out what kind of person you are at work or at home, or what kind of style you’ve followed until now — the fact is, you as a bride may end up learning that you are entirely different from your everyday persona.

The Classic Bride: Traditional Elegance

Your wedding is exactly what every little girl dreams of. The classic bride has a style that is timeless, elegant, rich, ethereal and romantic, and chooses décor that speaks to that. Opulence is a must here. I love filling the room with dripping crystals and florals hung from chandeliers, tall taper candles mixed into luxurious and overabundant floral arrangements, crystal or precious-metal containers that create a focal point for your tablescapes and candles of all sizes clustered on luxurious linens. Continue reading

Fishing For Freedom 2017 at The Nonantum Resort

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