Category: Church Wedding

Thursday
October 4, 2012

Madeira Portugal Wedding

I was on the hunt for European wedding destinations when I found this one that blew me away. The wedding took place in Madeira, Portugal. The photos have me seriously considering a family vacation there! Photographed by Piteira Photography, the ceremony was held in a church at the top of the mountain overlooking the city.  So so pretty! I love how festive the decorations at the church are. I also loved the “basket car” descent down the hilly streets of Madeira. Looks like such a fun day!




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Thursday
May 5, 2011

Glamorous 1950s Style Wedding




i spotted this unique wedding on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. i love the 50s style! the bridesmaids are styled perfectly and the bride has the most AMAZING dress. although i have to say my favorite part are those clear shoes. i have always wondered who wore clear shoes…but the bride’s feet look fantastic in them ;)

photographed by Lisa Devine

Categories: Church Wedding, UK, Vintage
Tuesday
November 23, 2010

Pennsylvania Church Wedding







i love this wedding for so many reasons. the church is just adorable. the wedding details are so pretty without trying too hard. why and when did weddings become such extravagant/overdone affairs anyway? found via bowtiesandbliss.com. photography by Cami Haynes Photography

Thursday
November 18, 2010

vintage style wedding















one of the most gorgeous weddings ever! (from greenweddingshoes.com) i love the vintage wooden letterpress blocks and big banners hanging from the walls. photographed by Clayton Austin

Wednesday
September 22, 2010

Italian Wedding

{Laura and Fabio}
~Photographer: la bottega dei fotografi Novi Ligure (now closed)
~September, 2003
~Location: church of Gavazzana (AL), Italy for the ceremony, La cascina degli ulivi, Novi Ligure (AL), Italy for dinner
~Size: 56
~Colors: mostly white, wild flowers in the restaurant
~Blog: lauraeciccio.blogspot.com
~Etsy store: Etsy Store









Tuesday
September 7, 2010

{Anthea and Daniel}

~August, 2010
~Wiltshire countryside, England @ Bradley House
~Photographer: Segerius Bruce Photography












Monday
August 30, 2010

{Melissa and Brian}

~July, 2010
~Ceremony Location: Wallace All Faiths Chapel
~Long Beach Museum of Art
~Photographer: The Image Is Found























Monday
August 16, 2010

(Caitlin and Sean)

~Ceremony Location: St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Sacramento, CA
~Photography: The Memory Journalists. They also do amazing baby/children’s photography!
~Reception Location: Beatnik Studios in Sacramento, CA
~Reception Designer: Kevin Cohee of DO AN EVENT Event Planning
~Flowers: Botanica Floral Designs
~Pianist: pianist is Karen Westbrooks
~Caterer: Joe at Crisp Catering
~Dessert: Bliss Bakery
~Lighting Effects: BP Productions
~Coffee: A Whole Latte Love
~Dress by Romona Keveza
~Jewelry by Christian Dior

















Monday
August 9, 2010

{Ron and Jennifer}

~September 19, 2009 (Late Summer)
~Overall Location: Cape May, New Jersey
~Ceremony Location: First Presbyterian Church of Cape May (Est. 1898)
~Reception Location: The Hotel Alcott (Est. 1878 and named for Louisa May Alcott and her family, who stayed in the hotel when it was named The Arlington House)
~Photographer: Misty Dawn Photography
~Size of Wedding: Approx. 100 Guests, 4 Bridesmaids, 4 Groomsmen
~Colors of Wedding: Moss, Ivory, Gold, Chocolate

Story
My hubby, Ron, and I met during our kindergarten days. We were in all the same classes throughout elementary school. I was the only girl invited to his last-day-of-school pool parties. Our moms were involved in school activities together. After 4th grade, my family and I moved from Pennsylvania to Michigan. I lived in Michigan with my family throughout high school, and then attended college at Western Michigan University. Ron and I had obviously lost touch, as we were both young when I moved away. During the Spring of my freshman year in college, I was chatting with an old friend (one who also went to elementary school with Ron and I), and I started to ask him about other kids we went to school with when we were little. I asked about “Ronnie”, and came to find that he was a close pal of the old friend I was talking to. I decided to Instant Message Ron to catch up, and was pleased that he remembered who I was. He was in his freshman year at Villanova University in PA. Instant Messages lead to phone calls, and Ron and I discovered that our families both spent time at the shore in New Jersey – his family owned a place on the bay, and my grandparents owned a place just one block over! On a whim, and with a little crush developing, I decided to spend my summer living with my grandparents and re-connecting with my long-lost childhood friend. Two days into meeting up with him after so many years, we had our first kiss and fell in love over the summer at the shore. Knowing it was meant to be, we stayed together throughout college – many states away from one another, and many plane rides back and forth! After graduation, I moved back to the east coast and Ron and I started our life together. We were engaged two years later and married a year and a half after that! This September, we’ll celebrate our one year anniversary!
Jennifer
Blog: The Finer Things
FineStationery.com










Sunday
August 8, 2010

{Josh and Kali}

~May 29, 2009
~location: (Edmond, Oklahoma), First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, Reception at Oak Tree Golf and Country Club
~300 guests
~Jewel Tones
~Tara Lokey Photography taralokey.com

Story
Josh and I got married on May 29, 2009, which was my parents 34th wedding anniversary. We got married on the same day as my parents, by the same preacher that married them 34 years ago. :o )
We both graduated from Oklahoma State University (OSU) and had Pistol Pete (OSU’s Mascot) escort us into the reception to the OSU fight song.
I am a first grade teacher, and a few weeks before my wedding, one of my students came to school with a picture that she had made me that depicted the wedding. I knew I had to incorporate it into the wedding somehow so we had it sitting on the guest table as guests came in. The little girl was absolutely ecstatic that I had incorporated her picture into my special day! Several of my students also came to the wedding.
We had a photobooth at our wedding that was our “favor” to the guests. The photobooth company brought props that the guests enjoyed while taking photobooth pics!
Kali Clark





















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