On September 22, 2012 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon I walked down the isle to my best friend and soul mate! It was the most amazing feeling in the world, the feeling of butterflies and all the love and joy that was in the church!! Our wedding turned out even better than I could have ever imagined! Everything came together just perfectly!!!
Our wedding theme was vintage and the colors were navy blue and peach! My dress was a trumpet style dress all lace and swiss lace dot detailing with beading/crystals and a long train! My husband wore a traditional tux with the tails and a ivory vest, ivory shirt, and ivory bow tie! Bridesmaid wore a gorgeous knee length navy blue satin dress, with a illusion black lace neckline! Their dresses also had ruffle from lumbar to the bottom of the dress! Groomsman wore traditional type tux that complimented my husbands well with almost a pea-coat type buttons in the front with a ivory shirt, navy blue vest and navy blue bow tie!
My bouquet consisted of white ranunculus, peach and ivory roses, and yellow teacup roses with ostrich feather skirting around the bottom and little pearl accents! Bridesmaid had a smaller version of my bouquet. Theirs just had peach roses and ivory roses! The groom wore a ivory rose wrapped in navy blue and had ostrich feathers around the bottom with no greens. Groomsmen wore a peach rose wrapped in navy!
Of course it poured after our ceremony so we had to reschedule outside pictures!!! They say rain is good luck! We did not let it spoil our day! The reception was beautifully lit with candles and little lights! We came in to the skrillex song cinema originally sung by Benni Banasi! It was super fun we came in at the drop! Appetizers were a fruit tree and cheese and crackers! Dinner we had Chicken Maria, Pork wrapped in bacon, garlic red skinned mashed potatoes, and almond green beans, with a salad with their homemade house dressing and rolls. For our cake! We did cupcakes, I always loved the idea! Although it was a bit pricey it was well worth it! Our flavors were Caramel creme, Vanilla chai, Strawberries and champagne, Chocolate lava, and Lemon drop!
The rest of the night was full of dancing and picture taking in the photobooth!! We had a dry reception (we choose to have a alcohol and drug free lifestyle) so we wanted to have something that would keep the people at our reception! The photobooth was definately the right choice!! People from all ages got in the booth and dressed up with the props and had a womderful time!!! I definately recommend a photobooth it goes over great!!! For favors we had a friend of the family make little petite fours, and me and my mom made little cemeo chocolates! which the chocolates were a painnnnnnnnn but we got the hang of it after a few batches and they turned out perfect!
My fairytale came true and I know were going to live happily ever after!!!
We havent got our professional pictures back but here are a few I found!!