An At-Home Wedding in Southampton, New York

Daniella and Will planned a modern, clean affair that incorporated as much of the natural beauty of their oceanside setting as possible. Beachy neutra

Daniella and Will planned a modern, clean affair that incorporated as much of the natural beauty of their oceanside setting as possible. Beachy neutrals, white and shades of blue tied it all together.

The couple was married at Daniella’s family’s summer cottage, Mylestone, where she has vacationed for more than 30 years. “The spectacular property begged to be kept as part of the décor,” Daniella says. A clear tent seamlessly blurred the lines between the contemporary reception and the lush outdoor setting.
A lounge area of crisp white furniture and soft blue and lavender accents provide a space for guests to relax.
The couple used re-plantable seed paper for their invites and programs.
Daniella chose light blue Brian Atwood heels.
Bunches of lily of the valley placed in mason jars and a navy blue patterned runner lined the tables.
The couple's recycled kraft paper escort cards were hand-calligraphed.
The ceremony took place with views of the Atlantic Ocean. A beige carpeting was used to appear like sand and a sisal runner lined the aisle. The huppah was created from a quilt border sewn by Will's mother.
Daniella wore a white Monique Lhuiller gown with romantic pick-ups.
By covering the pool with a clear Navi-Trac tent, the couple was able to use the house’s sun deck as a balcony overlooking the dance floor. Towering arrangements of Russian olive trees lined the perimeter of the tent. Geometric wood lamps and sheer linen panels hung above the dance floor, drawing guests eyes upwards.
Low centerpieces of loosely arranged white, green and soft lavender florals in mason jars sat on the tables.