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Wedding Photos at the Hill-stead Museum


As a Connecticut wedding planner and designer, I love to create wedding day designs that are not only gorgeous, but also incredibly unique to the couple. When I started working with Laura and Matt for their Hill-Stead Museum wedding, they let me do just that! We infused wedding day details that were both joyful AND […]


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I have to admit, tented weddings at home or on a private estate are some of my favorite to plan as a New England wedding planner. Yes, they are a little (a lot!) more challenging logistically, but watching everything come together is beyond rewarding. There’s no feeling like it. Not only is there so much […]


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beach wedding with triangle arch


If you are considering a beach wedding in Connecticut, you are going to love Lindsay and Cody’s wedding day. Lindsay and Cody are one of those adventurous couples you can’t help but connect with, and their wedding reflected the effortless vibe they both embody. The two of them met while volunteering for FEMA after college […]


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Stonington Lighthouse Wedding


Samantha and John met 4.5 years ago (at the time of the wedding) while working on a ship together after they both graduated from maritime school. Now, Samantha is a navigation officer and John is an engineering officer. We wanted their wedding to be timeless, but have nods to their maritime background. They did not […]


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I’m sharing Mary Kate and Morgan’s stunning wedding at Graybarns on the Silvermine River and it’s a good one! When Mary Kate and Morgan hired me as their Connecticut wedding planner, I was instantly excited to create something that felt both playful and romantic. And of course I couldn’t wait to work at such an […]


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Micro wedding reception table on mansion terrace


As a modern day romantic, it likely doesn’t surprise you that I love to work in historical wedding venues. I love touring the properties, learning about the venue’s history, and stories they hold between the walls. If walls could talk! Truth be told, I can be a little nerdy – I love to learn about […]


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Once thought to be a luxury purchase, now that couples are choosing more unique venues, a wedding planner is becoming more and more necessary.  But when starting your planning journey, you might not have any idea why you would need a planner.  After all, you most likely haven’t done this before.  And you know that you need the basics, catering, a DJ, photographer, and florist.  But what can a wedding planner bring to the table?  Each planner has their own style and way of doing things, so for each this list may be different.  But today I’m going to get into my reasons why I think having a planner is a great investment, and what I specifically bring to each wedding and couple I work with. 


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I’m so excited to have the opportunity to be featured in Hartford Magazine! Read more to find out what the feature was all about, what it is like to be an event planner, and how you can access the full article.


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This seems to be the new, age old question. You meet with a photographer and they ask “So, are you doing a first look?” It really is a personal decision, and while I will lay out some pros and cons, remember at the end of the day what matters is you and that fiancé of yours deciding what works best for you!


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As a Connecticut wedding planner, Jennifer specializes in home tented events, as well as weddings at historic venues,
wineries, and by the shore, serving clients all over New England.


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