Danielle + Eric: Purple in Paradise

The combination of an elaborate church ceremony, joyful reception and a vibrant purple and electric green color scheme is what makes this romantic summer wedding so intriguing!

Danielle Hill and Eric Michalisin were married on June 18, 2011 in Newport, Rhode Island.

The subtle charm of the bride’s shoes is so chic, and is a great complement to her beautifully detailed dress.

The castle-like feel of this venue creates the look of paradise, and is the perfect setting for this fairytale Rhode Island wedding. What an amazing backdrop for wedding photos — love it!

I absolutely adore this cake! It has just that right amount of sparkle yet it still looks like a yummy dessert.

How cute is this?! What a charming and unique favor idea!

I’d like to send out a big thank-you to Kim Chapman Photography for submitting these photos!

Happy weddings!

Event Planner: Eventfully Planned
Venue: OceanCliff
Photographer: Kim Chapman Photography
Floral Designer: Broadway Designs
Musicians: Nightshift – Soho

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One thought on “Danielle + Eric: Purple in Paradise

  1. Hi Weddingstar team – Thanks for featuring our wedding on your blog. Eric and I absolutely loved our wedding, and are glad you did, too :) It really was a fairy tale…

    Many thanks!

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