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Congrats! I can see why they it was submitted, it looks such a beautiful and wonderful wedding!
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so exciting!! i’m working on a submission for ours now, hopefully i’ll have it submitted by the end of the day. it’s not their normal style, but they claim they want to represent all types of weddings (ours was a ballroom wedding) so hopefully they’ll take us!
your day was beautiful, congrats!
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Thank you so much 🙂 :). Good luck for your submisson! I am sure it will be succesful. I actually saw many ballroom weddings featured on SMP when we were thinking of having our wedding in Boston (e.g. http://www.stylemepretty.com/massachusetts-weddings/boston/2013/08/23/boston-four-seasons-wedding-from-shane-godfrey-photography/
). I think they are looking for: 1) excellent photography. 2) wedding scheme needs to somehow make sense (e.g. can you imagine a black tie wedding in a Tuscan villa??? Just would not look right….we tried to not mask the beauty of the landscape and went with local Tuscan food; local Tuscan flowers (e.g. Sunflowers mixed with yellow craspedia and an accent of deep red Piano roses…so local combined with novel and classical wedding flowers…- they seemed to like that…). They also liked novel aspects such as the “wine box wish box” ceremony, the “Tree of Life” life painting and the balloons….but again, we would not have those probably at a wedding ceremony in Boston. Good luck! 🙂
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thank you! everything you did looks awesome. i think we have all those elements (we even did the wine box ceremony!), so fingers crossed!
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What a beautiful wedding and you and your husband look amazing! Congrats!
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- Wedding: September 2014 - Stevens Estate
That’s so exciting…congrats…your wedding was gorgeous!
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- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
looks great! we are getting married at a villa in Italy as well, but ours is near Rome. We are thinking of doing the ceremony out by the cherry trees, similar to your setting, so it is nice to see that it turned out well. Out of curiosity, how did you find your villa? Did you rent it for the whole week as lodging?