One of the latest trends in weddings is the watercolor-inspired wedding. The soft pastel hues lend themselves perfectly to wedding decor.
Even if you’re not artistically inclined, you can still be inspired by this romantic design trend.
Flowers in pastel, watercolor hues are a great fit for a watercolor inspired wedding:
Main Street Manor in Flemington, New Jersey is a picture-perfect bed & breakfast – and an ideal location for your intimate wedding.
The Manor, which can host up to 35 guests, has several options for your intimate wedding, including the front parlor, the outdoor veranda or the backyard garden. Do you envision only the two of you? The Manor’s cozy library is the perfect setting for an elopement.
With four all-inclusive packages available, customizing and creating your dream day is simple. Innkeepers Donna and Ken will allow you to leave the stress behind, helping you plan this memorable day with ease. They will ensure your vision, whether it is casual or more elegant, is carried out flawlessly.
Main Street Manor is also available for venue-only pricing, allowing you personalize your wedding day exactly how you would like. With twenty guest rooms, your out-of-town guests can easily slip into their room after your wedding celebration.
Want more info about intimate weddings at this elegant B &B? Check out Main Street Manor.
Photo One, Two, Three: Jenna Perfette Photography
Goats, ukuleles and gobbling turkeys. Now that sounds like my kind of wedding!
Avigail and Bill had a 50-guest wedding at The Social Goat, a bed a breakfast in their neighborhood of Grant Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
“Who knew there was an urban goat farm just five blocks from our house?” says Avigail.
Avigail, 31 & William, 33
Wedding Date: October 29, 2011
Number of Guests: 50
Wedding Cost: $8,000
Wedding Ceremony Location: Social Goat Bed and Breakfast
Wedding Reception Location: Social Goat Bed and Breakfast
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Is there anything more suited to an intimate wedding than a courtyard? I have always loved the quaint, cozy feeling that only a courtyard can offer.
I love the idea of outdoor chandeliers to bring elegance to an outdoor space.