Romantic Mystic Seaport Wedding

We love Mystic Seaport, not only because Connecticut is our home state but because it has so much history and culture making this an ideal spot for an unforgettable wedding.

Jessica and Adam were engaged on The Charles W. Morgan (circa 1841, America's oldest commercial ship that is still afloat) on Halloween. Adam was dressed as a pirate and popped the question to Jessica, who was there with her family.  They were married at Lighthouse Point just before sunset, giving their guests a gorgeous waterfront view as they said their vows. In seaport style, there was a reception to follow at The Boatshed at Lighthouse Point. Their wedding details were a mix of clean and natural with nautical flair, and guests spent the evening dancing away to their band in the open air pavilion.

Venue: Boat Shed at Mystic Seaport
Photographer: Simply K Studios
Dress Store: Mariella's Creations
Cake Designer: Mystic Market East
Hair Stylist: Posh salon
Reception Venue: Boat Shed at Mystic Seaport
Caterer: Coastal Gourmet Catering


 

 

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