The most spectacular setting for a nautical wedding was a dazzling day in June on the immaculate waterfront grounds of the Inn at Perry Cabin. Located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, it is a venue that oozes classic American style and relaxed luxury.
Organizing a wedding from London was not without its challenges, but we were thrilled to see so many long-imagined details come together on the day.
And the weather was just like I planned it – perfect.
Something old was my mother’s veil. With it’s delicate emboidered flowers, the vintage double blusher went perfectly with the leather appliqued straps on my gown. It was meant-to-be.
Something new was my dress – a summery organza number by Valentino.
Something borrowed was a glittering pair of earrings borrowed from a newlywed best friend. I nervously brought them all the way from London to make sure I had plenty of sparkle power coming down the aisle.
Something blue (besides my sapphire ring, of course) was a delicate bracelet with a chic and simple blue charm, a last-minute gift from a bridesmaid.
And, by all means, the obligatory silver sixpence for my shoe!
The setting, and the day itself, felt so effortless and surreal.
In fact, it was perfect.
Mr. Scene didn’t want to be seen in this post, but I can promise you he looked marvelous, darling!
A big thank you to the team at The Inn at Perry Cabin and our wonderful officiant, the honorable William A. Potts, Sr.
Happily ever after to follow.