Tented weddings and events are kind of our thing. For the past 7 years we have worked with our clients to create some amazing tented weddings and events all over New England! From the beaches of Cape Cod to the mountains of NH. An airport in Plum Island and back yards all over New England. Hardy Farm in Fryeburg Maine and the Stevens Estate in Andover, Massachusetts. Over the years we put tents in some of the most beautiful places!
Our clients come to us because they want something different, something that matches their style! That may be a wedding at Spencer Peirce Little Farm in Newbury, MA or a client appreciation party on the waterfront in Newburyport, MA. We have put a tent on the beaches of Provincetown on Cape Cod and on the shores of York, Maine. Yeah, tented weddings and events really are kind of our thing!
And we couldn't be happier with that! We love the logistics of planning a tented event. From designing a tent layout in our custom programs to watching the weather in preparation for the big day- we love every part of putting together a tented wedding or tented event. Do not let this intimidate you- tented weddings and events may have a lot of working parts but we will guide you every step of the way. We have been doing this for 7 years. We will keep the stress level down and help you work out every detail.
Interested in something like this? Planning to spend your wedding day in a tent? Are you throwing a big party and plan on renting a tent? Want to know who are favorite companies to work with are? Want to know who does the best job with a tented event? We should talk. We will help you make this a reality.
The Tented Wedding & Event Pros at Detailed Engagements
email: hello@DetailedEngagements.com phone: 978-380-4162
ps: here are a few photos of some of our tented goodness that we have worked on through the years. Enjoy!
Alex + Betty Photography
Zac Wolf Photography
Karen Kelly Photography
The Rustic Studio
Martino Micko Photography
Heather Littlefield Photography
Anne Skidmore Photography, Jordan Luciano
Matthew Yeaton Photography
She of the Woods Photography
Dee Renee Photography
And the rest are courtesy of a Detailed Engagements iPhone :-)
Seems pretty fitting that today is this beautiful bride Ashley's birthday and today is the day that we got word that her absolutely STUNNING wedding from this past September at Hardy Farm has been featured in Northshore Magazine's wedding issue! I may be a little biased but I am thinking that having her wedding photos be featured not one, not twice but SEVEN times in one magazine is pretty much the best birthday gift she may just get this year. Not only is their beautiful wedding featured in this article I was interviewed for but the Editor of Northshore Magazine Nancy Berry chose a photo of one of their stunning cernterpices to accompany her Editor's Letter in this issue.
A few months back Northshore Magazine reached out to me asking to chat about a wedding story for the January 2017 wedding issue of the magazine. The piece involved interviewing three of our area's top wedding planners, one of which was me, for three different types of weddings. They asked to interview me for the Rustic Barn Wedding and hear my thoughts on the sorts of details I would suggest to bring home a client's vision. In addition to tables settings, place cards, programs, invitations and flowers, I enjoyed chatting about my ideas on way that couples are making their barn weddings special and unique.
A huge thank you to Victoria Riccardi for so wonderfullly interviewing me and translating our conversation into print for this article, to Elise Sinagra for my beautiful new headshot and of the insanely talented Jorden Luciano from Anne Skidmore Photography for capturing Greg & Ashley's beautiful barn wedding at Hardy Farm in Fryeburg, Maine this past September.
Cheers to you Ashley and Greg! We loved working on your wedding and seeing it in print again brings back all the feels.
So far 2017 is off to a great start!
~Tiffany J. Learned
Owner/Lead Wedding & Event Planner
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