Whimsical Vintage Wedding at Seaport Pier, Wildwood New Jersey

January 3, 2021

Welcome to the wedding of my blush and pink dreams. Jenna’s wedding was filled with my favorite color, as well as so many gorgeous vintage touches and family heirlooms. It also helped that she more closely resembled a queen than a bride.

I have a very soft spot for Wildwood, New Jersey. Growing up, it was always the family vacation destination, and I have such fond memories of the boardwalk, the extra long beaches, and of course – the Tram Cars. My inner 10 year old was giddy with excitement when local legend Gig showed up in his tram car to take Jenna to her and Patrick’s church ceremony.

After Jenna and Patrick’s beautiful ceremony, we went over to Hereford Lighthouse for some photos. We lucked out with a gorgeous October day, and were able to enjoy the beach and some golden sunlight before heading back to SeaPort Pier for their reception.

The tented reception was made perfect with gorgeous vintage furniture, mirrors, and old postcards depicting retro Wildwood. Patrick changed into a white dinner jacket for the reception and the vintage vibes were just off the charts. Everyone rocked all night to the Stellar Mojo Band in true ‘shore kid’ style.

The details and touches in this wedding are truly stunning – don’t miss my literal lay flat heaven below. Jenna gave me so much to work with and I was just swooning the colors and sentimental items!

Vendor Team:

Photography: Kelly Sea Images | Florist: Pink Dahlia Vintage | Bride’s Gown: Martina Liana | Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Hair & Make-Up: Say I Do Hair & Makeup | Groom’s Suit: Mens Warehouse | Planner: Michael Emens (Weddings Down the Shore) | Invitations: The Cultured Coop | Cake: Baked by the Ocean | Videography: Cosmo Losco Films | Band: Stellar Mojo | Transportation: Great American Trolley

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