With wedding season in full swing and temperatures on the rise, we can’t help but reflect back on some of the weddings we helped with last summer. Lately, we’ve been paying special attention to Nantucket weddings, as we day dream of our upcoming trip to ACK! We wish we could hop on a ferry and be there this weekend! But until we make our trip east in July, we’ll have to virtually transport ourselves to Nantucket as we browse through past island weddings.
Catherine and Graham’s big day was the epitome of an neutral Nantucket destination wedding. Held over the 4th of July, the couple transformed the long weekend (and their love of the island) into a fun celebration! From their rehearsal dinner (held at the historic Nantucket Whaling Museum), to their ocean-front wedding reception held at a private home in Tom Nevers, every aspect of their wedding was magical. Join us as we take a virtual vacation to the coast for Catherine and Graham’s Nantucket destination wedding.
Their save the date featured the couple’s favorite spots on the island, preparing guests to make the most of this neutral Nantucket destination wedding!
The bride and groom had fun Nantucket welcome boxes
waiting for their guests when they arrived on the island. Goodies included champagne, playing cards, popcorn, water bottles, koozies, and Nantucket travel guides!
Catherine and Graham at their rehearsal dinner. The Nantucket Whaling Museum offered a stunning view of the harbor, and was the perfect setting for their dinner!
How neat is the inside of the museum?! A 46-foot whale skeleton looked down upon guests as they enjoyed a true American feast.
The night ended with fireworks over the ocean!
While the rehearsal dinner celebrated the holiday with red, white, and blue accents, the couple chose a sophisticated, neutral color palate for their wedding day. Much like the gently salt-washed buildings on the island, we think this neutral colored wedding paper gave their wedding the perfect hint of beach sophistication.
Nico and Lala