360 East Wedding: Jaclyn & Ryan

We cannot get over Jaclyn and Ryan’s 360 East wedding! The views were absolutely jaw-dropping and what better way to utilize them than to get married in front of them!

The bride and groom met at a fire department awards dinner. After that, they kept seeing each other around, either at fire department functions or at Jaclyn’s job. They finally decided to hang out and went to Del Fuego for drinks. They have been together ever since. 

Years later, Jaclyn and Ryan went to a friend’s wedding in Greenport. The day after the wedding, they went to the Kontokosta Winery to meet up with the wedding party. Jaclyn and Ryan ended up getting there before everyone so they decided to grab a glass of wine and walk to the cliff to soak in the views. They took a seat at a picnic bench for a little while but soon Ryan went to get another glass of wine. 

Jaclyn noticed Ryan was taking longer than expected. She turned around and saw him talking to a table of women. She figured he knew them but he did not. However, one of the women ended up being a photographer. He and the woman walked back to the table and asked Jaclyn to take some photos.

Jaclyn and Ryan stood on the cliff’s edge and the photographer instructed them how to pose. On the third pose, Ryan got down on one knee and asked Jaclyn to spend the rest of their lives together. Of course, she said yes! They could not believe how lucky they were to find a photographer to capture the special moment. 

lighthouse at 360 East
ceremony in front of the lighthouse at 360 East
bride and father waking down the aisle
mini champagne bottles

This brings us to the stunning 360 East wedding! On her wedding day, Jaclyn wore a dress from North Fork Bridal. It was a Stella York strapless mermaid dress with a sweetheart neckline and a sheer bodice with floral lace. The gown had a crepe skirt that extended to a flared tulle skirt with scallop lace on the edge of the hem. Ryan and his best man, his son Aidan, wore matching grey suits with brown shoes from Men’s Wearhouse

Everything for the wedding was personalized and picked out by the bride and groom. Unfortunately, due to coronavirus, they had to dial everything back a bit. Luckily, it ended up being the most relaxed wedding! They just enjoyed the three-day celebration with family and friends. 

As for the theme of the wedding, the couple opted for a rustic-nautical look. It included a lot of eucalypti, burlap, and starfish decor. The look was complete with a color palette of blues and navy. Everything looked incredible against that beachy backdrop at 360 East. 

bride and groom kissing on the cliff at 360 East
bride and groom kissing in front of the lighthouse at 360 East
bride and groom walking along the beach
bride and groom sitting on the rocks on the beach at 360 East
bride and groom smiling on the dock

I don’t think we will ever stop thinking about this gorgeous wedding at 360 East. We are so glad we had the chance to be a part of it! Congratulations, Jaclyn and Ryan! We wish you a lifetime of happiness! 

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