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A Formal Wedding in Peapack-Gladstone, NJ

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Nicole & Benjamin in Peapack-Gladstone, NJ
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Ben’s one wedding request was to go easy on the flowers, so Nicole opted for a bouquet of jewelry.
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The bridesmaids carried big bouquets of baby’s breath wrapped in purple ribbon.
Michelle Rago, New York, NY
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Ben sported a boutonniere made of purple and green feathers, fabric and twine.
Kaitlin Andorfer/bPoetic.com
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The bridesmaids stood out in two different charcoal-gray dresses by Amsale.
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Gray and purple silk blooms and feathers decorated this handmade ring pillow.
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As a nod to their alma mater (also where they met), the couple used College of the Holy Cross stamps for their silver and purple invitations.
Paperazzi, Bernardsville, NJ
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The touches of sparkle on the shoulders and below the bust on this layered chiffon gown are what hooked Nicole.
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Purple vases filled with baby’s breath marked the ceremony altar.
Michelle Rago, New York, NY
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The tent was uplit with purple and blue lighting for a cool, romantic look, while minimalist centerpieces with floating candles (no flowers) topped the tables.
Ome Caterers, Whippany; lighting: EventLights, NJ
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Silver stars cascaded down the wedding cake to the bottom tier, where “Did I tell you today that I love you?” was written in script.
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Guests rang bells as the newlyweds left the church.

Nicole & Benjamin in Peapack-Gladstone, NJ

The Bride Nicole Arseneault, 29, the chief of staff at Natirar The Groom Benjamin Darsney, 29, an associate at Deutsche Bank in Manhattan The Date October 2 Nicole and Ben infused their wedding day with purple, Nicole’s favorite color and their alma mater’s color, along with glittery details such as hanging crystals and twinkling candles.
- Amanda Black
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