What can we say, we’re suckers for fab bridal style and we’re smitten with bride Adair’s clean, modern wedding day look. From the cut-out back of her Houghton NYC gown, to her palest-of-blue d’orsay heels, to her totally chic single-twist up-do, we’re loving her edited choices. The same method was applied to the couple’s lovely day at Watercolor Inn & Resort. The architecture of the venue shined amidst a vibrant group of family and friends. Lucky for us, Rachel Moore Photography was on had to capture it all!
From the photographer: Adair grew up having family bonfires on Grayton Beach in FL, so it only seemed natural for her to pick a nearby venue, WaterColor Inn & Resort for her wedding. Being a photographer herself, Adair has refined taste and all of the design elements reflected that. The aesthetic of the day was crisp and clean with tons of natural beauty in the surrounding lush greenery and waters. After their peaceful outdoor ceremony, Adair and Jack led the way across the bridge over the water with their four piece brass band following behind them. Their reception was at the Boat House in the warmth of the glow of string lights, candles and the bride herself.
From the bride: Having everyone we love dearly together for a whole weekend (many of whom didn’t know each other before this), dancing to great music (including a great local band, my cousins’ band, both our sisters, and our jazz band friends) and keeping it a drama free, low-key weekend was really the main focus; I suppose that’s what made it special and unique.
Photographer: Rachel Moore Photography // Venue: Watercolor Inn & Resort // Bride’s Dress: Houghton NYC // Groom’s Suit: Billy Reid // Reception Band: Dread Clampitt