Kimberly Hamill is a details girl, someone who values the little moments that make a wedding truly spectacular.
So when she and Dean Matus set out to design their own nuptials in Westerly, Rhode Island, it was those very details that would take center stage.
Ring bearers carried the mazel tov banners behind the couple during the recession, then placed them on the candy table for the reception.
Flowers included peonies and both garden and cabbage roses.
The wedding was held at Shelter Harbor Golf Club.
Farm tables at the reception were adorned with centerpieces kept low and full.
The newlyweds wanted the candy and dessert bars to take center stage, so they opted for simplicity when it came to their wedding cake. Inspired by an online design, the bride chose a simple rose pattern.
The cake’s look also happened to mimic her gown in a subtle but spectacular way.
From programs filled with advice from grandparents, nieces, and nephews ...
... to the antique windows that were used to hold table assignment cards, everything was thoughtfully executed.
The sweet, almost feminine styling, paired with the tactile, organic touches was every wedding lover’s dream come true.