Preferred Vendors 2018

 

Swedish inspired Barn weddingHello! I thought I would update my personal vendor recommendations for the 2018 season. The common thread is excellent service and gorgeous taste. As for the food and catering, I am very picky. I eat and taste the food at each wedding:). Note most of these caterers offer vegan and vegetarian as well. There are so many amazing vendors out there! My best advice is to make sure you like their style taste the food, e Some florists love to use native and farm-grown flowers, some caterers use local farm produce, etc.. Ask questions, and follow on Instagram to see what they do (check out who I follow). Some are local to Litchfield County,  CT. others serve all of New England. I have added a few from last year, so take a peak at some of the local new venues!

Event Coordination + Planers:  Sorries & Revelry, Amy Champagne , Infinite Events, Jubilee Events, Eileen Smith EventsTrue Events.

Florists: Sara Worden Natural Design, Floral designs by Justine Ashleigh’s Garden, Just for you floral design, Hannah Floral Design, Jaclyn Iris flowers.

Food: JP Gifford Market & Catering, Executive Cuisine, CT Wedding Group, Cloud 9, and Garelick & Herbs  Alternative:  Big Green pizza Truck, Skinny Pines pizza truck, and El Camion Taco truck.

Desserts + Cakes: Cakeore & Co, Erica O’Brian Cakes, Amanda Bakes,   

Local venues: South Farms, Candlelight Farms, The Mayflower Grace, Winvian. Vineyards: Chamard, Hopkins, Jonathan Edwards, Saltwater Farms, Lyman orchards.  The Barns at Wesleyan hills, The Lace Factory, and Wadsworth Mansion to name a few. There are a ton more I have worked at and love, I couldn’t possibly list them all. I love outdoor, beautiful settings of all kinds and have photographed weddings and receptions at most of the yacht clubs and country clubs around Connecticut. Mystic, s, Newport, and many Rhode Island locations are also a favorite travel for me. Looking for a new barn venue? Waldingfield Farm is now hosting weddings. Small weddings, (I think under 100). And the landscape is gorg, and the barn is brandy new. Contact Patrick Horan. *see picture above, or visit out styled shoot here.

SaveSave

Menu