One Couple's Vineyard Wedding in Long Island, New York

by Bridestory Jul 10, 2016 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


Peggy and Steve grew up in the same neighborhood since their high school days and even had a few friends in common, but it was not until over a decade later that they became close friends. Their newfound friendship soon turned into love, something that somehow came so naturally for the both of them. "It could not have been an easier transition. We basically knew everything and everyone in each other's lives right off the bat. It all fit quite perfectly together," said the bride happily.

Their love story brings us to their special day, which started with a traditional matrimony at St. Patrick's Church in Southold, New York to a stunning outdoor reception at Bedell Cellars nearby. Peggy and Steve's celebration was so lovely and elegant, yet refreshing with all their wedding details in pastel colors. Their breezy lunch reception was decorated with flowers in soft shades and wooden furniture that perfectly complemented the venue.

We adore how Peggy and Steve, along with their closest friends, had plenty of fun surrounded by the green vineyard and refreshing air. With such perfect companions, impeccable décor, delicious food, and a wedding photographer as talented Bluespark Photography, it's safe to say that Peggy and Steve's wedding was a truly unforgettable one.


  • Decoration & Lighting: Minted | Karen Lenahan Designs
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  • Invitations: Village Invites
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  • Catering: Junda's Pastry | A Small Affair
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  • Men's Formal Wear: J Crew
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  • Dress & Attire: Essence of Australia
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  • Hair & Makeup: Christina Amador
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  • Photography: Bluespark Photography
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  • Venue: St. Patrick’s Church | Bedell Cellars

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