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A Romantic, Island-inspired Wedding Set in the Countryside of Connecticut

I’m not sure if I fell to join him or if my legs gave out from sheer shock. I couldn’t have expected it less—lots of happy tears followed.” Unbeknownst to Grace, John had also arranged for her whole family to be waiting at the house when they returned from the beach. “I ran through the driveway to call my mom and sister, and they burst through the front door with my stepdad and the rest of John’s family—it was amazing!” Grace remembers. “We spent the rest of the weekend crying, laughing, and toasting on repeat.” Grace grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, and always envisioned getting married outside, surrounded by rolling hills and big trees. As luck would have it, John’s family has a long history in Salisbury, Connecticut, and the couple often spent weekends there during their courtship. “The Harris’s were kind enough to offer to let us celebrate our wedding at Four Winds Farm,” says Grace. “And John and I quickly fell in love with the idea.” The bride’s vision from the beginning was to bring a little bit of Lyford Cay Club to upstate Connecticut. “Salisbury is a very no-fuss place, so naturally, I encouraged everyone to bring the fuss and dress for black tie!” says Grace, laughing. “The one challenge I presented my mother and wedding planner with was no florals anywhere. My husband and I are passionate about many things, but fresh flowers have never been a big part of our life. Since we did decide to get married in the country, I wanted to stay away from the rustic vibe that I have seen so many people do and introduce more of an island feel.” Grace’s mother, Charlotte Barnes, is an interior designer and was put in charge of all of the visuals. Halfway through the planning, they realized just how many logistical details there were that required a second set of hands, so event planner Becky McDermott was a late but very necessary addition to the team.

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