A Nautical Country Club Wedding at Portsmouth Country Club in Greenland, New Hampshire

Marni Trompetter (26, a Teacher) and Trevor Smith (26, a Pilot) wanted to share the beauty of their hometown with their family so they chose to have t

Marni Trompetter (26, a Teacher) and Trevor Smith (26, a Pilot) wanted to share the beauty of their hometown with their family so they chose to have their wedding at Portsmouth Country Club in Greenland, New Hampshire. Since their ceremony and reception site overlooked the Great Bay, the couple chose a nautical theme, with a white, navy and pink color palette. Simple touches, like nautical images on the escort cards, a lobster trap box to hold cards and white anchor cake toppers, all added to the charming, nautical look of the wedding. Pink gerbera daisies and green hydrangeas added a romantic touch to the table centerpieces and balanced out the nautical white and navy colors of the linens. "The simplicity and tastefulness of the wedding along with great food, drink and music truly capture who we are as couple," Marni says."

Guests placed cards for the couple in a repurposed wood lobster trap.
Marni carried a small bouquet with white gerbera daisies and roses.
A blue fondant rope led up to white anchors at the top of the couple's nautical inspired cake.
The bridesmaids wore navy dresses with a sweetheart neckline. They carried small pink gerbera daisy bouquets.
Marni wore silver studded sandal heels, adding a little bit of glam to her bridal style.
The white and navy invitations suite had small illustrations of nautical elements like an anchor and a crab at the top.
A white wooden sign directed guests to the outdoor ceremony.
The couple exchanged vows outdoors, in front of an elegant white drape arch.
The white escort cards had small nautical illustrations next to the guests' names.
Each navy table card sign was named after a street address.
Navy chair sashes and napkins added a pop of color to white tablecloths on the round reception tables.
Large pink gerbera daisies complemented light green bunches of hydrangea for the romantic centerpieces.