Have you thought of how you will showcase your wedding style at Danversport Yacht club Harborview Ballroom if you have booked your wedding there or you are considering this venue?
I was very excited about this elegant spring wedding photoshoot at Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers, MA because I was the photographer and the florist for the very first time. I always love and appreciate the beauty in nature. I have considered to be a florist before I dived into photography. However, I have severe seasonal allergy and my husband told me it would to a good idea and Ha, he was right.
Well, my spring wedding photoshoot was inspired by a few items I have at home, such as my magnetic acrylic photo frame and my garden and plants as well as craving for beautiful soft spring colors after a long dreadful winter in MA. We had the The Harborview Ballroom at Danversport Yacht Club for this perfection occasion. I wanted to showcase a romantic, elegant wedding style with easy reception setup and DIY bouquet.
There were two weddings happening. However, this venue is so versatile with three separate reception space and their own ceremony site.
This would be it for you if you love glamor and elegance. The Harvoirview Ballroom has 5000+ square feet of deck and overlooking Danversport Yacht club grounds. It has massive capacity of 200 – 650 guests if you will have a big fat Greek wedding. This spectacular room offers a private deck overlooking the water with direct access to a gazebo and beautiful garden. It has the best combination of glamor, waterfront and nature.
This reception venue has 4000+ square feet of waterfront gardens with capacity of 100-225 guests. It features a large dance floor, a magnificent pergola outside for ceremony, waterside patio and gardens. Perfect for mid size romantic weddings.
It’s designed for a more intimate weddings, accommodating 50 to 90 guests and offering water views on three sides and a rock waterfall centered in the beautiful tented courtyard. It is perfect for cocktail hours as you can see in photos.
However, I didn’t get married in any one of these locations. It is a secret room at Danversport Yacht Club haha… It was 5 years ago. Gosh, I can’t believe time flew by.
Joe and I had a small wedding with about 45 guests. Any room above was big for my wedding. I don’t know if they still offer this. But I was lucky to have their smallest room called Captain”s Room. We had our ceremony at Gazebo, right outside of Captain’s Room. It was just perfect for us. So if you are having a smaller wedding, but want all the water views, that would be it!
As I mentioned above, I tied the knot with my husband 5 years ago at Danversport Yacht Club. This venue has a special place in my heart, not only because it was my wedding venue, but also it is a beautiful waterfront venue with versatility.
I had a DIY wedding because it was smaller wedding and fell in love with planning the details and arranging my center piece.
The idea of using Jasmine plants flashed in my head as I was watering my plants. I had a few plants as focal flowers running through serpentine table along with Seafoam hand dyed cheese cloth. It was easy to set up, but yet very pretty and elegant with fragrance flowing in the air. The lush green with soft pink and cream flowers and wispy branches created a beautiful and romantic look and natural draping over the table and at end of the table.
The gold glass diamond shaped vases with subtle blush Toile napkins, forged gold flatware and gold rimmed chargers added pop of colors among the greens from Jasmine plants.
The blush, coral, dusty blue and gold paired perfectly with geometric shaped, angled styling and watercolor effect.
The magnetic acrylic photo frames served as guest name cards as well as wedding favors. We could also use an extra picture frame. Guest’s name was written in gold on watercolor paper, hand torn in angel and inserted between two magnetic panel. It gave the depth and interesting look with a piece of simple green leave.
A few unique hand crafted items have been used to style this photoshoot, including beautiful electroplated real fern bridal hair accessories. The untraditional salt and pepper engagement ring brought a little twist to this upscale elegant Danversport Yacht Club wedding photoshoot.
We went to elegant and timeless look. The bridal hair accessories had really unique touch. They are real ferns and leaves which have been electroplated and hand enameled. We paired these gems with petite spring flowers for a light, fresh take on the florals.
Girls love diamonds but also love shoes, right? You won’t go wrong with a pair of timeless Bella Belle Shoes. I fell in love with this Frances Champagne as soon as I laid my eyes on them. The lustrous soft gold teardrop stone and beads got all the sparkles and shines you desire.
Anyone loves wedding details such as your wedding stationery? If you have spent or plan to spent extra attention on beautiful customized save the date and invitation suite, you’d better not to miss capturing all of it. The soft and pastel watercolor stationery brought extra romance to this photoshoot.
I hope this styled shoot brings brides some inspirations to plan their weddings in tough early spring while there are not much going on outdoors in nature in Massachusetts during this season. So let’s bring spring and romance indoors.
Checkout other Danversport Yacht Club Wedding
Venu: Danversport Yacht Club
Planning: Majestic Event Planning
Rental: Sparrow Lane Event Rental
Hair: Melissa Scott Hair Co
Bridal Shop: Penny Jane Bridal
Bridal Hair Accessory: Heart of Gold Designs
Bridal Jewelry: E. Scott Originals
Groom’s Attire: Aldos House of Formals
Calligraphy: Sweetly Signed
Stationery: Sugarhouse Stationery
Cake: Cakes for Occasions
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