Lindsey and Joe were such a beautiful, warm, and loving couple to work with.
I had the privilege for the 2nd wedding of the season, to again, be at the beautiful Cork Factory Hotel. The details were stunning at this wedding and the Bride and Groom were show stoppers!
Joe and Lindsey decided to do a “first look” before the ceremony and it was soo cute! You could tell Joe was anxious/nervous and couldn’t wait to see his Bride.
The ceremony was beautiful and intimate, and officiated by one of my dear friends, Kelly Fuddy. I met Kelly back in the legal world before we had any idea our paths would continue in the wedding industry. Kelly does a phenomenal job getting to know the couple, implementing personal touches throughout the ceremony and really making it unique to the couple. She is with Journeys of the Heart and you must contact her if you are still looking for an officiant.
I just love the floral design that Lori from Wildflowers by Design created for this event. We have done quite a lot of weddings at Cork, and this time the ceremony aisle stood out a little more! They decided to use ALL the floral centerpieces in the aisle. This was so nice for a few reasons. 1. It allowed the clients to get the most of their money. Utilizing the flowers for the entire event, instead of just the reception. 2. It gave a much bigger wow factor walking down the aisle to many beautiful lush flowers. 3. It did not ruin the element of surprise for the reception tables because everything was then split up and grouped differently onto the table tops! Oh how i just died looking at this set up, soooo romantic!
The evening continued with dinner and dancing and was a huge success. I loved working with the kind and most talented Brooke Courtney Photography, who provided these beautiful images to gush upon! You must go to their site, and also check out their blog post on this event, and of course all of their amazing work! The dance floor was packed throughout the evening because of Matthew Cleveland from Occasions DJs! He always does an outstanding job.
This day was nothing short of stellar and it wouldn’t have been possible with out the hard work of such talented individuals. A big thanks to the following:
Post Script Productions (who came all the way from Pittsburgh!)