With so much to celebrate in so little time, one couple decided to turn their wedding into a weekend-long event.
When a wedding is more like a celebration of lasting love and growing family, rather than new beginnings.
Farah and George didn't need a fancy party. They just wanted to relax and and enjoy the day with loved ones.
No fuss or frills - how one couple kept their wedding small and simple.
Add a pop of color this season when you tie the knot.
Q: We're debating doing a "first look." What are the benefits to saving that moment of surprise for the actual ceremony?
Preparing for a wedding day filled with both joy and sorrow.
Serena Santinello and Jay LaVoie had already been together for eight years when he popped the question one May afternoon at Tashmoo. The couple, who until recently lived year round on the Vineyard, is close friends with photographer Larisa Stinga.
When a rustic setting meets an elegant wedding celebration.
Entry into the contest has ended. Be sure to grab the Summer-Fall 2017 issue, out on newsstands in July, to view the winning couple!
Which florist is right for you? The top Island pros show us their style in the form of a bouquet.
Bouquet by Krishana Collins of Tea Lane Farm.
Bouquet by Justin Carter LaVigne of Of The Vine.
Bouquet by Mariko Kawaguchi of Flowers by Donaroma's
Bouquet by Sarah Stock of The Cottage Garden.
Bouquet by Emily Coulter of Morrice Florist.
Bouquet by Louise Sweet of Flowers on the Vineyard.
Bouquet by Aubrey Maria Sirois of Aubrey Maria Designs.
Bouquet by Marlene DiStefano of Island Ambiance.