1 Guests were greeted by Peter Callahan's waiters, a gorgeous ice bar from Okamoto Studios, and a beautiful lucite chandelier by style editorial assistant Erin Furey.
2 Do you see the lovely detailed edging of the ice bar? It's stunning.
3 Peter Callahan's adorable mini appetizers.
4 Shrimp on a stick.
5 We had a wonderful cheese and meat spread, too.
6 Amy from Cake Powers brought cupcakes decorated in the shades of the party's color palette.
7 Here, ice cream by eCreamery Ice Cream & Gelato.
8 Eddie's Pizza brought delicious pizza for guests to nibble on.
9 Creme-Delicious created gorgeous heart-shaped henna cakes that were almost too beautiful to eat.
10 Daisy from Paul Labrecque pumped up guests' lashes with falsies and mascara.
11 Lauren Remington-Platt provided makeup by Vensette.
13 Who doesn't love soft-serve? And the kind made by The Soft Serve Fruit Co. contained yummy strawberries and bananas.
14 Flipbooks by PicFlips.
15 One of our favorites: Matthew Robbins Design.
16 Our ad sales team handed out flashing light rings from JazzyLites, which you could exchange for dumplings from the Rickshaw Dumplings truck parked outside.
17 Buttons from Pure Buttons could be calligraphed with your name or a message.
18 Here, Ron Ben-Israel of Ron Ben-Israel Cakes and Jeffery Seldon of Marcia Selden Catering & Event Planning.
19 Trays full of Jelly Belly candies were offered to guests, courtesy of Marcia Selden Catering & Event Planning.
20 Laura and Ian Londin from The Booth.
21 Livia Cetti of The Green Vase made these gorgeous paper flowers and used them to decorated the photo booth.
22 Here, the Makeup by Vensette counter along with the Estee Lauder lipsticks that were used throughout the night.
23 Claudia Hanlin of The Wedding Library and I.
24 The music was provided by Elan Artists.
25 From left to right: Randy Fenoli of Kleinfeld Bridal; Ron Ben-Israel; Matthew Robbins.
26 Scenterprises, a custom-blend fragrance company, shared a table with The Wedding Library.
28 Martha was interviewed by Martha Stewart Weddings publicist Lauren Rich.
29 The Martha Stewart Weddings team.
30 After the party was over, staffers and the amazing team from Readyluck edited all of the photos.
31 Here, our publisher Amy Wilkins and special projects editor Anthony Luscia.
32 "Just Married Wines" from Swanson Vineyards were served throughout the evening.
33 Guests could also get their nails painted with Essie polish.
34 How beautiful does this look? Thanks to lighting from Bentley Meeker Lighting and furniture from Taylor Creative, the mood was set just right.
35 From left to right: Anthony Luscia; David Stark of David Stark Design; myself; Bobbi from Taylor Creative; Amy Wilkins.
36 Lighting guru, Bentley Meeker.
37 Jelly Belly candies for everyone!
38 Sandals Resorts provided this delicious candy buffet.
39 We also gave tours of the MSLO offices. One stop? A visit with Amy from the Sugar Flower Cake Shop in our test kitchen.
40 These drinks, made with vodka from Titos, were so refreshing.
41 Lauren Remington-Platt of Vensette and I are fuchsia twins!
42 Here, Joanna Kartalis, director of bridal registry at Bloomingdale's, and Denise Silverberg of Martha Stewart Weddings.
43 Designer Lazaro of Lazaro Bridal.
44 From left to right: Minhee Seol-Park, vice president of technical design at David's Bridal; Amy Wilkins, publisher of Martha Stewart Weddings; Dan Rentillo, bridal design director at David's Bridal.
45 Designer Carlos Ramirez of Liancarlo.
46 Designer Anne Barge and our publisher Amy Wilkins.
47 From left to right: Katrina Crews from Lenox; Alexa Eschavez from Chillingworth/Radding; MaryAnn McGovern from Lenox; myself; Amy Wilkins; Denise Silverberg from Martha Stewart Weddings.