Noelani and Neal had a fairytale wedding at the Glen Manor House in Portsmouth, RI, with so many magical details and a one-of-a-kind location.
Noelani wore two dresses (a Casablanca gown for the ceremony and an Enzoani gown for the reception) and she looked absolutely stunning in both of them.The beautiful floral arrangements created by Audrey Waterfield complimented this gorgeous bride so well.I love capturing the moment when the father of the bride sees his daughter in her wedding dress for the first time. This precious first look between Noelani and her father had everyone in tears (including me!).
The bride and groom had a unique sand ceremony after they read their vows to one another. They combined sand from beaches where they both grew up: Noelani’s from Hawaii and Neal’s from Cape Cod!
The couple’s wedding took place during the “Supermoon Eclipse,” which made for even more magical photos. Glen Manor House was also a filming location for the Wes Anderson movie “Moonrise Kingdom,” so we couldn’t have asked for anything more fitting than a super moonrise.
Noelani and her mom intricately planned the wedding of her dreams, and each detail was perfect, down to the last sparkle. 😉
These newlyweds literally danced on a cloud for their first dance…talk about being on cloud 9?!DJ Patrick Wyllie from Eternal Events shared some funny stories about each member of the bridal party, and then started the reception off with Noelani and Neal’s “love story.” A unique touch that got everyone laughing and crying!I love when people get passionate about the bouquet and garter tosses.
Thank you Noelani and Neal for letting me capture your dream wedding. It was an honor to be a part of your special day!
Bridesmaids Dresses | Jenny Yoo
Florist | Audrey Waterfield
Ceremony & Reception Venue | Glen Manor House
Wedding Coordinator | LoriAnn Mahoney (Ding Wedding & Events)
Officiant/Minister | Keith Mahoney
Catering | Pranzi Catering
Cake | Konditor Meister
Entertainment Services | Eternal Events DJ Patrick Wyllie
Videographer | Crystal Ship Productions
Invitations | Exclusively Weddings
Favors | Bride and Groom Cookies by Konditor Meister
From the Newlyweds
What was the most memorable moment of your day?
The floral statement piece that had hanging glass jars filled with flowers on the credenza table
Take a few minutes during the night to stop and look around at the faces of your family and friends, and take in all the little details that you have been planning and envisioning for so long because the entire day flies by and before you know it, the night will be ending, but you will keep and cherish those memories forever.
The personalized introductions of the wedding party and how funny the dance floor was ALL NIGHT!
No! After planning for over a year, everything turned out absolutely perfect, everything we envisioned came together beautiful, thanks to my mom and all our vendors!