“There aren’t many occasions in life that get the luxury of letterpress,” says Tarah, who worked with SAS-E Ink to perfect the invitation suite she designed.
“I trust her opinion 100 percent,” says bride Tarah of her mother, Phyllis Catalano, her partner-in-crafting. Love Mom’s top and skirt? It’s Sachin & Babi.
Programs bore the couple’s crest.
Tarah’s brother, Trevor, officiated the ceremony.
Homemade magnolia leaf and oyster shell wreaths hung from the dock doors with the same ribbon the bridesmaids wore as sashes.
The bride and her mother glued together glass frames trimmed in copper foil to form terrariums they filled with potted firs and flanked with Dollar Tree vases they’d edged in gold
Favors included peanuts from the groom’s family farm and Rewined candles, bought in bulk at the local brand’s annual warehouse sale. Bridesmaids were gifted candles with custom labels.
Photographs by Corbin Gurkin