Lindsay and Eric had an absolutely fantastic wedding! The day started with the entire gang taking over the Shipwatch Inn in Chesapeake City, Maryland. Gloss stylists, Nickie and Emma made the gals look glam and the bride look flawless! After everyone got dressed, we hopped in the party bus and headed over to the ceremony at Havre de Grace. Le Banque de Fleuve was the perfect setting for their sweet ceremony performed by Taya of Altared Vows, and the couple’s dog, Sophie, served as their adorable ring bearer! The reception was chock full of handmade details made by, none other than, the bride and groom! They tirelessly made thousands of paper flowers to create pomander ball centerpieces, each table was named for a special location and had a corresponding scrapbook full of photos and memories of the time spent there, they even hand-pressed their own invitations and day-of stationery! We all know how I love details, so I was head over heels in love with this wedding! We got to work beside great professionals like Kiki Rose Florists, DJ Billy Logue, Black Tie Video and Connor Studios at an awesome venue with absolutely incredible staff- Chesapeake Inn Ballroom. The day was perfect and the couple was great!
The second of our three weddings this Saturday was Christie and Sean’s. They were married in Doylestown at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and after being pronounced husband and wife, they released doves on the steps of the church in front of their family and friends. Guests gasped upon walking into the reception at Knowlton Mansion. Synergetic Sound and Lighting draped off the ballroom and up lit the room in a warm amber and projected an amber branch wash onto the dancefloor. We created their invitations and day-of stationery and Christie did an incredible job with the details for her and Sean’s dream wedding! Every part of the reception was personalized and we can’t wait to show you the rest of the images from Shari DeAngelo Photography but in the meantime, she sent us this beautiful image as a teaser!
Andy and Erika were married on Saturday in Worchester, Pa in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony at the Peter Wentz Farmstead followed by a tented reception in Pop’s (Andy’s grandfather) yard. From the lights hanging in the trees to the homemade bar- the bride and groom added their personal touches throughout the wedding. Guests enjoyed a taste of Philadelphia, a taste of Boston and farm fresh food stations catered by Blue Monkey Catering. The dance floor was packed the whole night and the bride made sure to have her cowboy boots so she could party with their guests. Guests had so much fun they didn’t want the party to end!