Crane Estate wedding at Castle Hill featured

Alexa and Andrew’s Crane Estate wedding at Castle Hill was featured on the Borrowed & Bleu wedding style blog that provides inspiration, ideas & resources for planning a unique wedding. You may remember this wedding from the attention it got on Style Me Pretty. If you would like to see the original blog post of Alexa and Andrew’s lovely seaside wedding, you can check it out right here. I don’t think the Crane Estate could really be any more regal! In fact, it appears as though it could be right out of a fairytale. This wedding made the idyllic fairytale become a reality. The day’s weather was about as perfect as you could ask for. The day began with the bride getting ready at the bright bridal suite. I love their suite because of how much natural light is available and the fact that it as an ever-so-charming fireplace. While many weddings at the Crane Estate at Castle Hill are traditional, this Crane Estate wedding at Castle Hill featured a twist of whimsy and modern by implementing colorful DIY crafts such as pinwheels and delightful table overlays. Traditional coastal New England weddings often incorporate lighter colored tuxedos and navy blue accents throughout the wedding day, but this trendy couple added pops of hot pink and celery green to their traditional navy palette. The groom wore a celery green colored tie from an Etsy vendor Tux and Tulle. This designer creates vibrant neckties that have a nice balance right between whimsical and classic. The navy blue bridesmaid dresses looked stunning with the pop of hot pink bouquets. The couple’s outdoor ceremony set was amongst rolling hills that the Crane Estate is famous for and featured breathtaking ocean views. Lemonade and signature cocktails were enjoyed outdoors before an indoor plated dinner. Since it was probably the best night of the summer, outdoor dancing was in order. The newlyweds and their guests enjoyed a live band as the sun set.

If you’re curious about the Crane Estate at Castle Hill, it was completed in 1928 by David Adler of Chicago. The mansion has 59 rooms and includes a facade that was created to replicate the 17th-century Stuart style. The landscaping done by the Olmsted Brothers has changed little since it was initially designed.

Crane Estate wedding photography Boston

Ceremony Venue: Crane Estate at Castle Hill, Ipswich, MA
Reception Venue: Crane Estate at Castle Hill, Ipswich, MA (capacity 200 guests)
Wedding Photographer: Heather Parker Photography
Officiant: Rabbi Judy Epstein and Father Bill Nesbit
Caterer: Swartz Catering
Wedding Florist: Bella Floral Design
Ceremony music Siman Entertainment
Wedding Band/Entertainment: The Return
Wedding Gown: Watters and Watters San Miguel
Bridal Boutique: Aisle Style, Elmhurst, IL
Custom wedding gown hanger: LilaFrances
Brides/Bridesmaid Shoes: Jack Rogers
Bridesmaid Dresses: Priscilla of Boston
Suits: JoS. A. Bank
Ties: Tux and Tulle (Etsy)
Invitations: Blush Design Studio
Rehearsal Dinner Invitations: Kate Spade
Day of Coordinator (DOC): Jennifer Potter, Dot your i’s
Table squares/overlays- Groom’s mother
Chuppah: BZ Sustainable Style, the Bride’s mother’s company
Brides Clutch: BZ Sustainable Style, the Bride’s mother’s company



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1 Comment

  1. Kellee
    June 16, 2011

    Congrats on the feature!!

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