New England Wedding Planner
Planning a New England destination wedding can be exciting and daunting all at the same time. That's where Malloy Weddings comes in. We have planned and executed hundreds of New England weddings: from helping our clients select the perfect venue to opening the umbrellas for your guests as they leave your reception. We have seen and done it all, trust us. We offer full wedding planning services and we limit our clients to six weddings a year. Some of the wedding planning services you can expect to see from our team are listed below, but are not limited to:
guest list management
color palette selection
timeline of to do's
contract review for each vendor
week of to do list
day of to do list
rehearsal dinner planning
welcome reception planning
on-site wedding coordination
Here are some of our wedding planning galleries. Click on each image to open an entire gallery. As a note, any of our wedding planning clients also work with us on their floral design so check out our wedding flowers page as well for more galleries!
Here are some of our most outlandish wedding planning stories and requests from our clients. We always deliver in the end, no matter how the weather elements try to stop us!
Vermont Wedding: Meghan | Chris
A hurricane that traveled up the Connecticut River did not stop this amazing wedding from happening. Perched up on a hill at the groom's family farm in Vermont, Meghan & Chris embodied a quintessential New England farm wedding complete with their tent being placed in between two barns overlooking acres of lush cow fields. A showstopper for sure that landed a featured in Martha Stewart Wedding Magazine!
Lake Winnipesaukee Wedding: Sarah | Ben
Guests arrived by boat to Sandy Island YMCA camp in the middle of Lake Winnipesaukee and were surrounded by woodland scenes. When our client asked me to bring the woods into their tent, we created a ceiling treatment complete with moss, mushrooms, ferns, twigs, and firefly lights. Add to that a rainstorm that required adding 150' of tent marquee the day before the wedding to keep guests dry and we had one heck of a time!