The Farmer’s Daughter Wedding Featuring Groovin’ You
This collection of photos featuring GROOVIN’ YOU is one of the most beautiful and unique wedding galleries we’ve come across. Taken at The Farmer’s Daughter in South Kingston, Rhode Island, The Spragues were able to tell Courtney &... Continue Reading
Gorgeous Gloucester Wedding Featuring SPLASH!
This photo pretty much says it all, doesn’t it? Thankfully, Dan Aguirre was there to capture this moment from Mark and Jen from SPLASH! See more from Ashley and Matt’s beautiful fall wedding held at Gloucester’s Beauport Hotel in... Continue Reading
New Years Celebrations 2016!
Another year, another holiday season down. Wilson Stevens was fortunate enough to be part of many celebrations this past New Years Eve, including those featuring BEANTOWN, EYE2EYE, SPLASH!, THE CONNECTION, ENCORE, PROTEGE, BAYSIDE, and more! Check out the... Continue Reading
Wentworth by the Sea Country Club Wedding Featuring Groovin’ You
When Kaleigh & Jared booked GROOVIN’ YOU, they knew they wanted a party! Held at the scenic Wentworth By The Sea Country Club, the happy couple exchanged vows and danced the night away. Our talented friend, Dan Aguirre,... Continue Reading
While a small island, Nantucket holds countless cozy hotels and luxurious clubs and restaurants that make ideal settings for a variety of weddings. Continuing our blog series highlighting weddings on Nantucket that Wilson Stevens bands performed at this past summer is Jen and Wayne’s celebration which took place at Galley Beach.
Boasting an “elegant but casual” atmosphere, Galley Beach‘s restaurant has enjoyed countless accolades over the years. But it’s their stunning beachfront views that created the perfect scenery for Jen and Wayne’s late September wedding.
After Jen walked down a boardwalk inspired aisle, the couple exchange vows overlooking the ocean. But before letting loose to The Hub at their reception, the couple took advantage of Nantucket’s idyllic backdrops. Jen and Wayne posed for photos with a vintage fire truck (which belonged to The Nantucket Hotel) as well as the quaint village streets.