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Sierra and Danielle’s weddingwas just as expected – classic, romantic, and so much fun. They packed so many sweet and special events into their day – gift giving, a first touch, first looks with parents, an intimate ceremony, the shoe game, a group photo hop, and a sparkler exit. The whole day was centered around love, fun, and their favorite people and it was absolutely perfect.
There’s the kind of couple that I want to work with for life. And there’s the kind of wedding that I want to work for life. And then…there’s the kind of couple who has the kind of wedding that I want to work for life. And that couple is Erin and Crystal.
Custom Diet Coke bottles. Indoor fireworks. The Dirty Dancing lift. A surprise concert by the bride and groom. A beautiful tribute to the groom’s daughter. A rocking dance floor. A s’mores bar. No, this isn’t some sort of fantasy wedding. This is Kate and Josh’s wedding at The Bluestone.
Erika and Matt’s gorgeous spring wedding at Franklin Park Conservatory was absolute perfection. There is honestly no better time to get married at Franklin Park than spring when the flowers are blooming and it looks like a literal dream. And that’s exactly what Erika and Matt’s wedding day was: a literal dream.
Mackenzie and Jimi’s wedding at Station 67 was our last wedding of 2022! These two are high school sweethearts. They met while in marching band and started dating on November 12, 2012, so it was only fitting that they get married on November 12, 2022. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate a 10th anniversary!