These New England minimoons offer all the relaxation of an exotic getaway—but none of the stress of traveling.
Spoil your out-of-town guests with welcome bags chock-full of New England treats. Maps, notecards, wine, and food are the perfect goodies for friends and family.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you need to go carnation crazy. Hire a florist who knows her ifs, ands, and buds.
Choose the wedding day fragrance that makes scents. Before choosing your big-day perfume, heed these tips from local fragrance designer Neil Morris.
Add funky-cool designer china plates to your registry, and any meal—yes, even those microwaved leftovers—can feel like a special occasion.
In the five years that Brad and Kendra Dufton have owned their 820-square-foot South End brownstone condo, they’ve painted the walls four different shades. It’s not that they’re indecisive; they simply love color. Which makes sense: Brad has his own…
The appealingly old-fashioned BLOCK ISLAND FERRY departs from Point Judith—a 25-minute drive from Newport—and deposits passengers on Crescent Beach in an hour’s time. (Its less charming high-speed sister ship does the same in 30 minutes.) 401-783-7996, blockislandferry.com. On the…
Sarah and John had their New England wedding on August 8, 2008 at the Arnold Arboretum & Les Zygomates in Boston.
Audra and Tripp tied the knot on June 21, 2008 in Shawkemo, Nantucket.