When a couple decides to go the “romantic” route for their wedding, it can go many different ways. I’m completely obsessed with this “garden-party” wedding setting and the romance it brings. And to make it even better, using the Reform Club in the Hamptons was the perfect match for this french, garden-inspired wedding. we definitely think this Reform Club (Hamptons) wedding is positively brimming with personality and originality.
Reform Club – Hamptons, NY
The Reform Club is a boutique inn in East Hampton, New York. It is a full-service hotel with complimentary concierge and amenities, tranquil settings, and, most importantly, proximity to prime shopping and dining destinations. Their accommodations include suites and cottages – which means there is something for everyone. Our favorite thing about the Reform Club is that couples can rent the entire property for events, creating the most intimate wedding weekends. Slow pace + expansive space + your loved ones = a wedding weekend full of memories and fun. Especially for couples wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of New York City for the weekend.
Reform Club Hamptons Wedding Inspiration
The inspiration for this intimate affair was, as we mentioned, romance. But in reality, it’s East Coast + Garden Party = Romance. It is a fun take on the garden party theme – vibrant florals cascading down every surface. The entire mood of this spring day was happy and light – much like the event’s design.
The design, created by full-service planner Britt Jones, featured standard garden party tablescapes with an elevated twist. The floral china was given a modern touch by gold and acrylic flatware. And the whole look was capped off with florals, created by One Flower by L, featuring a spring color palette of pinks, lavenders, and blues. And taking the design to another level, woven elements were sprinkled in throughout the design, grounding the airy look. My personal favorite element? Those blue taper candlesticks!
The bride wowed in a strapless Marchesa gown. With a sweetheart neckline, full skirt, and flowy overlay with floral applique, this gown was soft, feminine, and, dare we say – romantic. Her groom kept things classic in a black suit. He became the perfect anchor to the whimsy of her gowns. And her second gown – also by Marchesa, was a true show-stopper. While the groom opted for another classic, though distinctly modern, tux in white, the bride changed her look entirely. The pink silk-faced organza gown features a structured top and draped skirt. But the real standout here is the painted florals that appear to be dripping down the bottom of the skirt. The bride completed her ensemble change by pulling her hair into a sleek pony – perfect for an evening of dancing and intimate conversation.
Planning + Design: Britt Jones Co | Florals: One Flower by L | Tabletop Rentals: Borrowed Blu | Furniture Rentals: Please B Seated | Stationery: Dayflower Designs | Linens: BBJ La Tavola | Cake: Cakes by Lana New York | Dresses: Marchesa | Hair: Alison Farfan | Makeup: Juliana Fink | Accessories: Erin Rhyne | Shoes: Bella Belle | Flatlay Mats: Willow Canvas |