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billy + rebecca

Wes Anderson camp themed wedding, hell yes. Count us all the way in.

Talk about a dream day, ammirite? We headed over the Bay Bridge to Camp Wright, a summer camp in the sticks on Kent Island. Location was everything on this one. Guests arrived Friday night and were greeted with silk-screened tote bags made by the bride and groom, and settled in for a low country boil.

Nearly every detail was made by the couple who own Now Let's Party (a botique event fabrication and design company based out of Baltimore). From the three piece wedding itinerary, to the wooden! hotel key chain save the date and felt pennants, every detail was considered.

The pair worked tirelessly over their engagment to bring to life their love of nature and all things Wes Anderson. Their ceremony was set up in the outdoor chapel, facing the Chesapeake Bay.

Still dreaming about these spray painted grasses Crimson + Clover lined the aisle with.

Rebecca was STUNNING in her Willow by Waters celestial inspired gown and had the most vibrant, primary colored oversized bouquet. Billy opted for a burgundy velvet suit from The Black Tux, with his signature clear glasses and hat. We love that he incorporated his every day look into his wedding get-up.

Guests laid on picnic blankets for cocktail hour and snacked on charcuterie from Ken's Creative Kitchen while listening to a string quartet

Their seating chart was one of our favorites to date. These coasters served as escort cards and doubled as favors for their guests to take with them.

While Rebecca spent the morning getting hair and makeup done, Billy roasted a whole pig with his friends, which was a great addition to the spread from Ken's. The reception was held under a gorgeous sailcloth tent and guests dined at tables from Honeywood rentals using the camps benches to stay on brand. The colored goblets and bold hued napkins from White Glove were the perfect touch of retro paired with budvases and mismatched colored taper candles.

Guests danced the night away in the camps pavillion as The Signifiant Other jammed out. Rebeccas family does not take live music lightly and her father provided musical instruments for all of the guests to play along with.

Before making their way back to their cabins, guests headed to the bonfire pit for s'mores and ghost stories.

This was literally one of our favorite days ever.


Planning: The Otherside Creatives

Design + Decor: Now Let's Party

Photography: Kelci Alaine Photography

Rentals: Eastern Shore Tents, White Glove, Honeywood

Catering: Ken's Creative Kitchen

Band: The Significant Others

Beauty: Brushed

Florals: Crimson + Clover

Gown: Willow by Watters via Betsy Robinson

Suiting: The Black Tux

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