A Rosecliff Mansion Wedding in Historic Newport

July 21, 2018

Francesca and Mike were married at the Rosecliff Mansion this past summer.

Built in 1902, Newport’s Rosecliff boasts impressive grounds, a heart-shaped staircase and has a history of hosting amazing social events since its inception. For all of these reasons and more, Francesca and Michael made the decision to be married at this spectacular location – and what a lovely wedding it was! From the sweetest baby girl watching her Mama put on her wedding dress to the loved ones helping with the finishing touches to the fun-loving conversations with the guys as they dressed in sharp tuxes. All building towards a perfect First Look located at the Rosecliff fountain.

The ceremony was held on the lawn overlooking the water and was a sight to behold. An expansive and opulent place for them to declare their lifetime commitment to their nearest and dearest – capped off by the most precious flower girl as she watched her mother and father marry – even the wind added its seal of approval.

Moving inside to the ballroom, the flowers, lighting and linens made for a guilded, timeless atmosphere where Francesca and Mike could truly enjoy themselves. The newlyweds soaked in the moments with friends and family celebrating into the evening. What a fun night! Thank you for letting Heirloom Pictures be a part of this special day.

Thank you to photographer Carrie Rodman for the cover photo.

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