A Nautical Lighthouse Wedding in Tofte, MN

Taylor and Scott wed in a nautical shoreside ceremony in front of the bride's grandparent's lighthouse overlooking Lake Superior.  The couple infused

Taylor and Scott wed in a nautical shoreside ceremony in front of the bride's grandparent's lighthouse overlooking Lake Superior. The couple infused preppy yet whimsical details matching their navy and ivory color palette with the help of the bride's mother (who is also a wedding planner!).

The couple created their DIY favors by mixing blue miniature signature cocktails and also filling some bottles with candy as an alternative to alcohol.
A variety of round cakes served as unique centerpieces at the nautical reception.
Instead of flowers, the groomsmen wore playful handmade boutonnieres crafted from ribbon, rope and nautical charms.
Taylor swooned over her taffeta strapless White by Vera Wang Gown with a mesh overlay and it happened to be the first dress that she tried on!
Scott wore a blindfold during the couples first not-look so they could have a moment alone together before the ceremony without breaking tradition.
The couple exchanged vows on the rocks outside of a family-owned lighthouse.
The couple committed to their nautical theme and kept the bridal party in shades of blue.
Taylor always knew that she wanted to wear J.Crew on her wedding day and incorporated a bold necklace with matching earrings and bracelet into her bridal style.
Taylor's bridesmaids alternated in dark and light blue shades of the same J.Crew dress while her maid of honor popped in gray.
The groomsmen all wore matching anchor tie clips, blue anchor socks and Sperry Topsiders gifted from the couple.
The bride carried a navy and white silk flower bouquet that she now displays in her home. The bridesmaids bouquets were silk ivory bunches that her friends were also able to keep.