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Editors’ Choice

Janie Haas Events

Andover, 978-725-5956, 

Trend: Bold color is making a big comeback, whisking away the mostly green, pale blush, and white florals of last year. There’s also been a huge shift from “organic chic” back to full-on glamour.

Philosophy: Put together the perfect team of vendors unique to each couple, and have fun working with the clients from the inception through the execution. 

Standout Qualities: With an office in Puerto Rico, the group is showing support to the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria by working to bring a destination wedding there. To encourage couples to consider Puerto Rico, they are offering a discounted planning rate in 2018 for weddings on the island.


Readers’ Choice (tie)

Amy McLaughlin Lifestyles

Newburyport, 978-358-8036,

What’s Unique: Full-service planning is just the beginning. Amy McLaughlin Lifestyles handles everything from signage and floral arrangements to ceremony consultation and RSVP management. 


Detailed Engagements

​Newburyport, 978-380-4162,

Standout Qualities: Couples from as far afield as Singapore have turned to Detailed Engagements for their picture-perfect New England weddings.


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