The first time I talked to Heather and Justin and they told me they were getting married at Seabrook, I did a happy dance! If you’re unfamiliar with this adorable town, google it pronto. Seabrook is a picture-perfect coastal town. Imagine if Chip and Joanna Gaines did every single house in a community with a slight beach vibe, you’d end up with Seabrook.
Heather and Justin knew they wanted a destination wedding to celebrate for a full weekend with their closest family and friends. Justin had vacationed at Seabrook and brought up the idea. The couple booked the stunning venue, without Heather seeing the venue until much later!
Their March coastal wedding, unfortunately brought rain instead of sunshine, but that didn’t damper the bride and groom’s spirits at all. They grabbed umbrellas and made the most out of the photos and their day!
Heather wanted the décor to be slightly coastal with a small beach vibe. Harbor Blooms achieved this look with using driftwood for an arbor and driftwood centerpieces.
One of the big priorities for Heather and Justin was to incorporate Heather’s daughter, Madeline, into the wedding. Madeline was such a key part of the wedding being included in the unity element, having madeline cookies for dessert. And not to mention, she was dancing on-stage all night long (or until grandma came to take her to bed!)
Destination weddings tend to have a longer reception as guests can stay all night. Heather and Justin took advantage of this and had a rockin’ party catching up with all their dear friends.
Congrats Heather and Justin! We’re so honored that we got to be a part of your big day!