Details: September 20, 2014 at Lord Thompson Manor, Thompson, CT
Designer: 
Sareh Nouri (bridal gown & sash), Toni Federici (veil)
Photographer: Our Labor of Love

What did you enjoy most about your experience with A Little Something White?

I came to A Little Something White after trying on almost 40 dresses. I was stressed about the timing and nervous that I wouldn’t find the perfect dress. Everyone was so patient with me and I ended up being able to customize my dress so that it was perfect on the wedding day. I felt entirely comfortable putting my dress in the hands of A Little Something White and it came out more perfect that I could imagine.

How and where did you get engaged?

Charlie had planned to ask me while we were on a beach walk at my parents’ beach house in Rhode Island. He got a bit nervous that there were so many people around and ended up asking me while I was doing dishes in my bathing suit in the house instead! It ended up being a perfect night as his family came to our beach house and we ended up having a lobster dinner and dancing all night with many of my long-time friends.

If you could give a piece of advice to a bride going through the process now, what would it be?

If you have an idea stick with it, but don’t worry about every detail. After months of planning, everything will turn out as close to perfect as possible and if it doesn’t you can improvise! For example, the band messed up and didn’t call my father and I to do our first dance, so after a few songs Charlie got up on stage and sang for my dad and I and it was more special that it would have been if the band had sung the songs as planned.