The Cowens exchanged their vows on a beautiful summer day overlooking the stone fountain at Tupper Manor. Their celebration featured vibrant colors inspired by summer and refreshing signature cocktails crafted with seasonal herbs. The two are so sweet together, and I’m thrilled I could be their wedding planner! Keep reading for more information on this historic venue and New England summer wedding inspiration.
Tupper Manor is an elegant, historic New England wedding venue 20 miles north of Boston on the North Shore. It’s perfect for destination weddings since guests don’t have to venture far from the airport to reach your celebration. However, it’s also ideal for local weddings due to its proximity to Boston. The stone fountain stands out as a monumental piece of public art, and the Manor’s historic architecture is world-class. Not to mention that the venue boasts panoramic ocean views!
The Manor’s facilities can accommodate your wedding day from start to finish, from getting ready in the private suites to dancing the night away inside the dazzling ballroom. Better yet, the Wylie Inn is within walking distance of the venue, with 91 guest rooms fully equipped to lodge your loved ones in comfort and style. The Inn even offers reduced rates to couples who’d like to block off rooms! Tupper Manor was the perfect place to plan the Cowen’s New England nuptials, and I’m eager to plan more weddings there.
The Cowens made the most of the gorgeous summer weather to exchange their vows outdoors in front of Tupper Manor’s iconic stone fountain. The colorful floral details were the perfect seasonal touch! The bride carried a bouquet filled with luscious pink and lavender peonies, anemones, and yellow roses that set off her white satin gown. Meanwhile, more peonies and roses in shades of pink, coral, honey, and ivory adorned the couple’s birch ceremony arch.
The couple’s Jewish ceremony was steeped in tradition, with their signed ketubah on display beside them. They sipped from a cup of ceremonial wine to signify the beginning of their engagement according to Jewish law. Then, their rabbi read their ketubah, or marriage contract, to their guests. The ceremony concluded with the custom of breaking the glass to signify the start of the Cowen’s married life—and the celebration to come!
I’m so glad I could plan the Cowen’s wedding at Tupper Manor! This venue is truly breathtaking and perfect for a New England summer wedding. Are you ready to start planning your special day? Inquire to book a discovery call with me!
Planning: Events by Sorrell
Venue: Tupper Manor
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Events By Sorrell is an award-winning wedding planner designing thoughtful and elegant weddings. Based in New Hampshire, serving all of New England.