September, 2010

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The first Sperry Tent was designed in 1980 by Steve Sperry. Sperry was an accomplished sailmaker and the tent had a nautical flair that began to change event aesthetics. The graceful slope of a Sperry tent is ideal for any outdoor wedding celebration and while the classic white may be popular, Sperry tents can also be rented in a range of different colors and even custom designs. Sperry Tents provides not only the tent itself but beautiful flooring and professional lighting as well.

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Attention brides and wedding professionals! WellWed and Vermont Vows are currently seeking photo submissions to be considered for editorial publication in our Spring/Summer 2011 issue!

Whether you're a newlywed eager to inspire brides-to-be with your fabulous nuptials, a photographer with a wedding we won't be able to resist, or a wedding professional who would like to showcase your work, we'd love to see your photos!

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When Doug Gellenbeck first laid eyes on Michael Whitton, he knew they were meant to be together. “I thought he looked like someone I would like to come home to every night,” he explains simply. The two had met while Doug, an interior designer, was working on a project for an Yves Saint Laurent prototype store in Las Vegas. Doug’s boss was familiar with Jonathan Adler, a prominent designer whom Michael was working with at the time. The two began to e-mail and call each other, as well as exchange short, flirty notes.

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Incorporating your rings into different elements of your wedding décor can make for memorable photos that will nicely complement other images from your celebration. Be creative for the best results - keep favors, props, and décor in mind and be sure to mention it to your photographer. Oftentimes, the images are an easy way to tie a favorite family heirloom, prop, or even candy, to your wedding day.

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Hamptons brides, take note! The Hamptons region is a fabulous resource for unique local products. A perfect choice for welcome baskets for your out-of-town guests, these products add an instant dash of local flair to any wedding celebration. Here are a few of our favorites this week!

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Whimsical details, like these oversized balloons, are an easy way to make a photo memorable and unique. Fun, bold, and colorful, special shots like this one are the perfect way to capture the joy of your wedding day forever.

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It's Friday and WellWed and Vermont Vows would like to invite our readers and brides-to-be to kick off their shoes and relax!

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The Westport Favor Company offers an array of elegant and sophisticated gifts to fit a range of budgets. Their easy-to-navigate website allows you to shop by price, item or type of celebration. The Westport Favor Company also offers eco-friendly products as well as products that support a variety of specific causes so you can support whatever is most important to you. Not only are the favors cute and utterly perfect for any wedding celebration- a percentage of all proceeds support the United Way of New York City. Now, that's something we can buy into!

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In the funny way that things sometimes happen, Lauren Pufahl and Devin Kinney couldn’t help but keep bumping into each other — first at a barbeque, then at a party, and finally while skiing the slopes in Stowe, Vermont. Unbeknownst to either, they had both joined the same ski house. It was there that they finally connected. “The first weekend we spent at Stowe, the two of us shared a snowy Sunday on the mountain while all of our friends lounged around the house,” says Lauren.

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Embrace the unexpected when it comes to wedding planning! Quirky, chic, and unconventional details often result in a unique look that will keep your wedding day lively and memorable. Whether you fancy costumes, decadent treats, or a grand entrance, our inspiration board is sure to kick-start your whimsical wedding!