Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Behind the Scenes Wedding: Madison and Alex

Madison and Alex were one of those weddings that I drove away with a huge grin on my face at the end of the night. They were so dear to each other and so loved by their family and friends. The whole day was a true celebration of all the best things. 

Here are a few behind the scenes looks of the day from my point of view! 

Timeline for the day. 
I usually try to save the timeline as a photo to the lock screen on my phone so I have it readily available. Carrying a clipboard around can only last for so long. 

The bouquets arrive at Tuscan Hill where the wedding party was getting ready! 
They smelled (and looked, obviously) AMAZING! 

Baby's breath and moss letters I made for the gate at the reception and the front doors to the church.
The door hooks that they are attached to here were actually too small for the large chapel doors and snapped as soon as the doors shut. The improvising that followed was a little chaotic to say the least :)  

Guestbook and programs. The ceremony took place at the Drury Stone Chapel here in Springfield. 

Madison's gorgeous bouquet (and my dorky watch that never matches). 

During the ceremony Jack and the rolls royce convertible arrive from Fisk Limo

J Design Studio capturing the ceremony. 

The sweet vows were said by a teary and sentimental bride and groom. They were absolutely precious. 

About to head off to the reception! 

Her new bling :)           Florals lining the path between cocktail hour and the reception tent. 

Tuscan Hill tent complete with silver chiavari chairs, etched glassware, towering centerpieces, and clean, elegant place settings. 

Menu at each place setting describing the wonderful meal provided by Simply Delicious Catering. Always so yummy. 

Monogrammed cake sat in the center of the dance floor until it was cut. 
I love a dramatic cake placement! 

The sweet couple right after they said "I do"
Praying many blessings over you two! Congrats on a beautiful day and beautiful beginning!

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