9 Summery Hamptons-Inspired Wedding Details

If Instagram-worthy lobster rolls, beach trips and the perfect straw fedora are always on your summer must-have list, consider bringing a few elements from the Hamptons to your wedding!
by Ivy Jacobson
Hamptons Wedding: KT Merry/ Joshua Zuckerman / TheKnot.com
photo by KT Merry Photography; Joshua Zuckerman Photography

The Long Island, New York, beach towns are known for their beautiful waterfront views, minimal-chic decor and roadside farmer's markets bearing fresh goods, so if the rustic, nautical style appeals to you, check out our favorite East End-inspired wedding essentials:

Lobster Roll Appetizers

Lobster Roll: KT Merry Photography / TheKnot.com


A Chic Navy and White Table Runner

Table Runner: Peter Van Beever Weddings / TheKnot.com

From the album: An At-Home Wedding in Southampton, New York

A Waterfront Venue

Waterfront Venue: Joshua Zuckerman Photography / TheKnot.com

From the album: A Waterfront Wedding in Montauk, NY

Refreshing Cucumber Margarita Signature Cocktails

Cucumber Margaritas: Q Weddings / TheKnot.com

From the album: An Elegant Ranch Style Wedding in Austin, TX

Summery Straw Hat Favors

Straw Hats: Josh Goleman Photographer and Cinematographer / TheKnot.com

From the album: A Vintage Wedding in Palmetto, GA

A Long Island-Made Pie Dessert Option

Long Island Pie: W Studios New York / TheKnot.com

From the album: A Ram's Head Inn Wedding in Shelter Island, New York

A Bouquet of White Peonies

Peony Bouquet: Love Captures by Jonathan Young / TheKnot.com

From the album: An Airy Wedding in East Hampton, NY

Beachy Rock Escort Cards

Rock Escort Cards: Joshua Zuckerman Photography / TheKnot.com

From the album: A Waterfront Wedding in Montauk, NY

A Stylish Honeymoon Suitcase

Delsey Luggage

Chatelet Carry-On Trolley Case, $460, Shop.Delsey.Us

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