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An At-Home Wedding in Bridgehampton, New York

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Kim & Lexi in Bridgehampton, New York
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The ceremony was held in a clearing at Kim's parent's home. The aisles were lined with simple white benches and shepherd's hooks holding romantic bunches of white and pink blooms. The couple exchanged vows under a lush floral arch that separated the ceremony from the cocktail hour.
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Wrought iron shepherd's hooks held soft pink and white blooms like sweet pea, queen anne's lace and lisianthus arranged in mason jars.
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Lexi and Kim chose white gowns to fit their individual styles - very classic for Kim, more bohemian for Lexi.
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Lexi wore her hair down in long loose waves with a cluster of peach and ivory flowers, while Kim wore her hair up in an elegant low chignon.
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At the sign-in table, guests wrote well-wishes on pre-stamped vintage postcards and "mailed" them in the rented postbox.
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After the wedding, Kim's parents began mailing the guest book postcards to the couple a few at a time. "It's such a fun surprise each time we get some," Lexi says.
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Antique vases, trays and letter holders brought a old-world sophistication to the rustic decor.
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For the cocktail hour, Kim and Lexi set up vintage garden furniture throughout  the yard where guests could kick back and relax.
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Mirrored cocktail tables and vintage upholstered couches dressed up the lounge area.
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Long wooden farm tables, elegant chandeliers and a tent made from sails came together for a sophisticated, rustic chic look.
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Mix-and-match chairs surrounded long farm tables that were covered in interesting textures - silk table runners, gold-rimmed china, etched glass and lush blooms.
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Rainbow flags flew on top of the sailcloth reception tent.

Kim & Lexi in Bridgehampton, New York

It's a good thing Lexi Ritsch (a weddings designer/planner at Lexi Stolz Design) and Kim Stolz (an author/VP of equity derivative sales at Citigroup) were fans of long engagements - they stayed in that "magical stage," as Lexi called it, for 16 months - because it gave them plenty of time to design their gorgeous summery wedding at Kim's parents's house. Thanks to Lexi's expertise, there were pin-worthy moments everywhere you looked, from a shabby-chic sign-in table to a 20-foot pallet bar covered in moss.
- Libby MacCarthy
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