Hailey and Dave Condon married in a Beach/Nautical wedding ceremony. The location for their big event they chose 10 months in advance as they were looking for an affordable place on Cape Cod MA, the US with elegant layout and a view of the ocean! They had about 140 guests.
The designer of the dress is Mia Solano. The bride shares that was the first dress she tried and fell in love with. However, it was too expensive and she kept looking for another dress for months. Until as Mrs. Condon shares, “The bridal shop called me 6 months after first trying on the dress and said that it was "discontinued" and still on the rack and 65% off if I wanted to come in. Needless to say I went right away, still loved it, and bought it that day!”
The colors of the wedding party are light-sage green for the girls as that it is what the bride has always imagined for the bridesmaids. “I liked the elegance of it and it matched the room beautifully.”
As for the hairstyle Mrs. Condon knew what she wanted and had one trial as the hair stylist was able to do it perfectly. She says, “I had a couple trials for my makeup. I don't wear too much makeup normally so I was nervous that I would have too much on, but the makeup artist was wonderful and we were able to meet in the middle with a natural-glowing look!”
Most of us think to get such a gorgeously planned wedding one definitely needs a wedding planner. However, the bride managed to put her ideas in action on her own. For flowers Mrs. Condon chose a wide array of flowers. “The florist really worked with us to give us the look we wanted”, she says. The girls from the wedding party had a green bouquet with some blue to match the guys' blue shirts. The bride’s bouquet was white with a little touch of green to match the girls.
She admits she was nervous on the wedding day, “not because I was getting married but because everyone would be looking at me! If I could go back I would have tried to relax and enjoy the day more!”
The couple chose to dance to Jack Johnson's "Angel" which then went right into "Better Together," so they had everyone at the wedding join their first dance.
Photos: Kristin Young