This wedding’s theme was so on point that the theme could be found in the dress the bride wore, the newlyweds cake, the couple’s first look, and so much more. It’s truly hard to describe Colleen & Greg’s wedding without typing up a novel, it was such a wonderful day. The ladies got ready in the penthouse suite at the Landmark Inn. The mimosa bar and custom robes were adorable! Just a few floors lower the gentlemen were also getting ready, but scotch was the drink of choice there. Once ready for the day Greg & Colleen made their way to their first look. The groom hide behind a book (in the color scheme of the day) while his bride approached. The moment he pulled the book down to look at his wife-to-be was fantastic. We stayed in that area for a little bit of time, the tall trees and gorgeous lighting was excuse enough to get some breathtaking photos of Greg & Colleen-then it was off to their ceremony. They had a receiving line prior to the ceremony starting, rather than afterwards. Once the ceremony started it was easy to see what the day was all about–Greg and Colleens love for each other. Once they said ‘I do’ they joined their guest at the wedding reception. They even had a unique way of approaching cocktail hour–they were the bartenders! It gave them a chance to visit with all the guests again. Guest snacked on tacos and enjoyed the outdoor cocktail hour before they made their way indoors. The interior of the barn was all decked out in the literary theme, even their cake looked like a library! After dinner, dessert, and dancing we borrowed the happy couple back outside for a few last photos for the day–and oh was it magical! The golden hour will always be our favorite to photograph during! Thanks again Mr. & Mrs. Lemon for the amazing day! Enjoy!
In case you ever really wondered what it is like to get a bride ready on wedding day. haha.
We loved that they had their dogs brought to them for photos–it was their first official family photos together.
This is their CAKE! Yep, their cake was even a mini library! It doesn’t get cuter than that!
Since their new last name is Lemon and the had a literary theme–we figured we’d set up a unique ring shot for them.
The Case family has a tradition that involves pouring rice down the grooms pants while he’s being held upside down. This is ridiculous and Colleen has no idea what it means, where it came from, etc–but it sure did make for some great photos.
Ceremony: St. Michael’s Parish
Reception: Belsolda Farms
Transportation: Checker Transport
DJ: Double Trouble DJ’s
Decorator & Day of Coordinator: Janice Chittle with Panache Decorating
Cake Artist: Cake Superior
Hair & Makeup Artist: The Studio
Cocktail music: Fortissimo
Cocktail food: Dia de los tacos
Photobooth: Yoop it UP