Kate McElwee‘s work on Kristen & Marcus’ beautiful wedding at the Wianno Club was recently featured in Southern New England Wedding Magazine’s 2017 issue! Below are some of Kate’s amazing shots featuring our own, BEANTOWN! Featured Vendors: Kate... Continue Reading
Center Stage: The Savory Affair
Center Stage is blog series that highlights industry excellence and Wilson Stevens partners. Wilson Stevens is proud to feature… “In the world of business, the people who are most successful are those who are doing what they... Continue Reading
Canoe Club Wedding Featuring EYE2EYE
Jennifer & Rob celebrated with their family and friends at the quaint Canoe Club Ballroom in Bridgewater, MA. Check out some of the most memorable moments from their wedding day featuring EYE2EYE taken by Blueflash Photography, below!... Continue Reading
Wequassett Resort Wedding Featuring Splash!
This collection from Cara & Matt’s wedding by Organic Photography is stunning! These photos featuring SPLASH! at the Wequassett Resort & Golf Club speak for themselves. Take a look at the gallery below and don’t forget to give... Continue Reading
The rustic wedding trend first burst into the mainstream wedding scene in 2013, and has shown no signs of slowing. Mason jars, wildflowers and festoon lights adorned every major wedding publication this past summer. The ultimate setting for your rustic wedding? What better than a barn?!
With rich colors and textures, sturdy yet charming architecture, and lush surroundings, barns have become a go-to choice for a non-traditional wedding venue. We’ve featured several barn weddings right here on the Wilson Stevens blog in the past year, and when Beantown recently performed at Bishop Farm in Lisbon, NH, we just had to highlight this stunning barn option for New England brides to be.
Bishop Farm is a restored classic New England farm located in the rolling foothills of the White Mountain region of New Hampshire. The barn, built in 1876, was artfully renovated to be a rustic event space with a dramatic entrance, original exposed beams accented with three grand chandeliers. In addition to the barn, the farm consists of accommodations in the main house with seven bedrooms and surrounding six cottages and charm only found at a former working farm. Learn more about Bishop Farm here.