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A Ram's Head Inn Wedding in Shelter Island, New York

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Danielle & Cole in Shelter Island, New York
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Pearl topped pins held the escort cards and were stuck into vintage spools for a subtle nod to the bride's love of embroidery.
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Garden roses, dahlias, ranunculuses and hydrangeas in shades of coral and white made up Danielle's cheerful bouquet.
Mattituck Florist, Mattituck, New York
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A bright orange ranunculus, paired with a crisp white freesia, added a burst of color to the groom's lapel.
Mattituck Florist, Mattituck, New York
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“I wanted something very classic but with a little bit of a twist,” Danielle says of her day-of look. “I opted for a strapless ball gown, which was customized with an illusion neckline to give it a bit of personality.”
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Guests were given little bags of lavender to throw at the newlyweds for their recession down the aisle.
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A soft illusion neckline added visual interest to Danielle's otherwise simple Allure ball gown.
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Embroidered details, like the table numbers, were woven throughout the day for a sweet personal touch.
Mattituck Florist, Mattituck, NY
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Mason jars filled with coral roses, seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller, decorated the ceremony aisle.
Mattituck Florist, Mattituck, NY
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In addition to wedding cake, the couple served pies from Briermere Farms.
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Danielle & Cole in Shelter Island, New York

A coral and teal color palette and quirky DIY details made for a charming affair.
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