Image captured by Greg Lewis Photography

I am so thrilled to be able to share this bride's wedding with you! I could tell Lisa's wedding was going to be absolutely gorgeous just from the conversations I had with her through email. She wasn't sure if she'd be wearing a floral crown or wearing her veil with or without a blusher. In the end, she chose to wear a flower crown during the reception and decided on the blusher to wear as she walked down the aisle. Her style choices were so perfect for her New England vintage rustic wedding!

Lisa selected the ivory Magdalena cathedral mantilla which paired flawlessly with her lace, sweetheart top dress. The Magdalena veil is made from a french chantilly lace which offers a delicate design that does not compete with the lace from her dress.

From the floor to ceiling drapes, calligraphy menu cards, candle lit aisle, and strands of bistro lights, there were so many beautiful details to this New England wedding, it was so hard to choose just a few pictures to share! The images captured from Lisa's wedding were equally beautiful. All of these photos were taken by Connecticut based photographer, Greg Lewis Photography. I hope you enjoy scrolling through her wedding pictures as much as I did!

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