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Real Wedding: Tera & Jeremy

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tell us about THE dress and what inspired your look.

My husband and I decided that our wedding would take place by the shore, so I knew that I was looking for a very simple, yet elegant dress that would easily flow and move freely outdoors.  I tried on several dresses, ranging in very different styles, but I kept thinking about this one Sarah Seven dress.  When I couldn’t stop thinking about it, I knew that was the one!

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

What were the most important details to pulling off your dream wedding?

We decided to keep our wedding very small and simple, and I think that made all the difference in pulling off our dream wedding.  We decided to opt out of having bridesmaids or groomsmen…just the two of us under the arch.  We also wanted our wedding to take place at my parents’ home, which allowed our ceremony and reception to be completely relaxed, comfortable, and meaningful for us.

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

What was the most memorable moment?

No other moment could compete with walking down the aisle and seeing my husband standing at the arch, waiting for me.  He took my breath away and we were both swept up in a storm of emotion.  I’ll always remember how magical that moment was for us.

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

If you could give future brides any advice, what would it be?

Savor every single, glorious moment because the day will go by in a flash!  Be completely present in and grateful for the love that is surrounding you.  Be right next to your partner for the entire reception because you’ll want to look back on your wedding day with the same experiences, conversations, and memories.  Your wedding day will be magical, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s only a single day.  What matters most is the happiness in your marriage.  Cheers to you!

Tera & Jeremy - Dress by Sarah Seven from Lovely LA - Photo by Wildflower Studio

Dress:  Sarah Seven from Lovely LA

Photographer:  Shell Dransart – Wildflower Studio Photography

Day of Coordinator:  Jessie English from Gourmet Galley Catering

Venue:  My parents’ home on the Connecticut shoreline.

Florist:  Elisabeth Zemetis – Blush Floral Design

Musicians:  NY Ceremony Music

Tent Rental:  Sperry Tents

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Real Wedding: Priscilla & Justin

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Tell us about THE dress and what inspired your look.

In general, I am inspired by anything that isn’t “cookie cutter”. At my wedding I wanted to be comfortable, unique but timeless, and most of all I wanted to have just the right amount of sparkle. It was important to me to find a dress that was a representation of me, not something I was hiding behind. The Olivia by Nicole Miller was the perfect dress for me because it had all of the elements I was looking for. My accessories also played a key role in my look for the big day. My beautiful halo headpiece was designed and created by Thomas Knoell. The veil I wore made by Toni Federici completed the exact look I imagined for our wedding, and its unique trim allowed for the veil to flow without getting stuck to my sleeves. Lastly, I wanted my flowers to be completely different than anything anyone had ever seen before. I remember calling my incredible florist Pola to tell her I wanted my bouquet to be “horizontal and earthy”, and boy did she deliver.

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

What were the most important details to pulling off your dream wedding?

Overall, I wanted our wedding to be beautiful and fun. I have a deep appreciation for small details that make a big difference. At our wedding we had a wonderful band that played all of our favorite music, and all night the dance floor was packed.  I also wanted to have a ceremony that was very personal. Rabbi Paris and Reverend Kessler provided us with a beautiful interfaith ceremony that completely captured the uniqueness of our relationship and our love for one another. All in all, I wanted the day to be a celebration of love.

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

What was the most memorable moment?

The most memorable moment at our wedding was walking down the aisle towards Justin. During the ceremony we had a flute quartet that played “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” as I walked down the aisle. I remember looking around and seeing all of our family and friends. I remember feeling overwhelmed with appreciation for all of my guests, parents, and wonderful husband to be. It was a moment that took my breath away.

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

If you could give future brides any advice, what would it be?

My advice for any future brides is to live in the moment. Keep to your wedding day schedule as best as you can but don’t stress, and after the ceremony don’t ever look at the time. Enjoy every moment. Laugh about something funny with your bridesmaids, dance a lot, and kiss your husband as much as you can. Take a moment to look around at all of the people who love and support you and your partner. All those people are there for you, and you made your wedding a beautiful event for everyone to enjoy. Smile until your cheeks hurt. Most of all only cry a few happy tears you don’t want to smudge your makeup.

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Priscilla & Justin - Dress by Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC - Photos by Park Ave Studios

Dress: Nicole Miller from Lovely NYC

Accessories: Headpiece by Thomas Knoell and Veil by Toni Federici

Photographer: Park Ave. Studios 

Venue: The Chateau at Coindre Hall 

Cake: Fatty Cakes NY 

Florist: Rosehip Social 

Band: David Clark and the Renegades 

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Real Wedding: Audrey & Mike

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Tell us about THE dress and what inspired your look.

I’m a necklace girl. Months before I went dress shopping, I bought a statement necklace from J. Crew that I knew I’d wear on my wedding day. When it was finally time to start the hunt for the dress I had a very specific look in mind: simple, structured and absolutely no lace. My aunt kept pushing me towards dresses that were poofy at the bottom and I wasn’t interested in that style at all. I eventually caved and tried on what I considered to be a total wildcard dress when none of the other gorgeous gowns were quite hitting the mark. I walked out of the dressing room and felt like the most chic version of myself. Everyone oohed and aahed. That was the day I found my wedding dress. It was the exact opposite of what I thought I wanted, yet totally perfect. And guess what? The non-traditional necklace everyone thought I was crazy for buying first was exactly the edge I needed this vintage-inspired Theia dress to have!

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

What were the most important details to pulling off your dream wedding?

Like everyone, we wanted our wedding to look and feel like us….just turned up a few notches on the fancy meter.  Some words that kept floating around throughout the planning process were: classic, quirky, romantic and fun. Looking back, I think we really pulled off something lovely and everyone had a blast.

Song selection was key for pulling off the right vibe. We knew playing the standard wedding hits wasn’t for us. Our ceremony, cocktail hour and reception included music from Neutral Milk Hotel, Fiona Apple, Nirvana, Bright Eyes, Weezer, The Smiths, Hall and Oates and Steve Winwood. We were introduced as the DJ blasted “Bulls on Parade” by Rage Against the Machine.

Since our dog couldn’t be at the ceremony or reception, it was important that we snapped some photos with her before the wedding. My birthday presents the year before were an engagement ring and her, so she’d been with us on the entire journey towards the big day. My parents surprised us with a life-size cardboard cutout of her that ended up being the hit of the dance floor and photo booth!

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

What was the most memorable moment?

This is too tough! Can I have three?

Everything about our ceremony was magical, from the dim lighting and twinkling candles to the heartfelt words spoken by our friend of over a decade. It was short, sweet, a little funny and really just perfectly us. Standing in front of everyone we love and promising to share our lives together forever was a really powerful moment that I’ll always treasure. Seeing my husband’s (Ah! Husband!) face after we were officially announced as husband and wife was the best. And the kiss wasn’t too bad either!

While our friends and family were enjoying cocktail hour, the venue staff whisked us away for a sneak peek at the reception before anyone else got to see it. It was just Mike and I looking at all of our choices come to life. I’m a bit of a control freak and was convinced that something would be wrong. But I was wrong! The room and the fact that those empty chairs would soon be filled with people who mean the most to use in this world took my breath away.

After cocktail hour when guests moved into the ballroom for the reception, my Dad surprised everyone by singing “The Folks Who Live on The Hill” by Johnny Mathis. Without any music he took the mic and belted out the sweetest lyrics. It was so brave and touching. Dads often get left out of the sometimes chaotic wedding process, so I was so really happy that he got to have a special moment that ended up being a wonderful gift we’ll never forget.

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

If you could give future brides any advice, what would it be?

It’s incredibly easy to get caught up in how things look in bridal magazines and on Pinterest. Don’t let all of those stunning images steer you away from your original vision. Be true to who you are as a couple. Ask for the opinions of loved ones because this is a special time for them too, but don’t let their answers decide your fate. Choose your vendors wisely and trust in their talents. “Honey gets more bees than vinegar.” Be nice to everyone you deal with throughout the process of planning your wedding. All of those people who tell you to enjoy every moment because it goes by so fast are right. I didn’t believe them either! Take the time to soak it all in. Accept that something will go wrong before it does. That way you’re mentally prepared for when is does (and it will). You can check it off the list and move on without feeling like it’s the end of the world. Above all else try to remember: at the end of the day you’ll be married and that’s what really matters.

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Audrey & Mike - Dress by Theia from Lovely Philly - Photo by Pat Furey Photography

Dress: Theia from Lovely Philly

Photographer: Pat Furey Photography

Venue: Down Town Club, Philadelphia 

Florals and Signage: Belovely Floral & Event Design 

Makeup and Hair: Aleksandra and Jaclyn of Aleksandra Ambrozy Makeup and Hair

DJ: Lovesick 

Invitations: Minted

Bridesmaid Dresses: BHLDN Annabelle dress 

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Real Wedding: Meredith & Nicholas

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Tell us about THE dress and what inspired your look.

I first found Claire La Faye via the Lovely Bride website when I was helping one of my best friends with her dress hunt a few years ago.  I fell in love with her dresses and when the time came for me, I headed straight to Lovely Bride.  I tried on several designers and finally got to try on Claire La Faye dresses!! 

I wanted something that felt super special and matched my girly aesthetic, I was also really interested in a blush dress.  Her “BeSpoken” design was the most flattering dress for me and I felt great in it!  After trying on and before coming back with my Mom to make the final decision, Claire suggested making the gown in blush chiffon with an ivory lining for a subtle “pink” look. It turned out perfectly!

Fellow Pratt Institute fashion program alum Thea of Hushed Commotion custom designed my head piece. My wedding colors were blush and gold and I wanted a romantic, whimsical look.     

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

What were the most important details to pulling off your dream wedding?

We really wanted some personal and unique touches.  We reached out to creative friends to help and spent a lot of our weekends working on all of the little details. My sister designed our invitation suite, one of my bridesmaids designed, built and transported the backdrop we were married in front of, the groom’s mom assembled all of our bouquets and a close childhood friend of the groom officiated our ceremony.

My family is from NY state but my fiancée’s family and friends are mostly based in the Midwest.  It was very important to us that our guests felt comfortable in NYC.  We chose Gild Hall Hotel in lower Manhattan which was convenient for sightseeing as well as just over the Brooklyn Bridge to our venue, it also has a lot of character!  We made hotel welcome bags with some NYC favors and suggestions of whatto see and where to eat while they were visiting. 

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

What was the most memorable moment?

The most memorable moment for me was exchanging the vows during our ceremony, it was emotional and one of the most special moments of my life. 

Beyond that, it was walking down the stairs into the cocktail party to see so many special  friends and family all together, all there to celebrate with us. 

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

If you could give future brides any advice, what would it be?

Wedding planning is stressful, remember that this day is about you and your fiancée celebrating your love and commitment to eachother.  Many will offer their opinions and advice, go with what will make YOU comfortable and happy, enjoy your wedding!

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

**A side note on our story–   We originally booked and paid for our wedding to be held at the all inclusive wedding venue “ReBar” in Dumbo. I will never forget the Friday in May I was in a cab with my fiancée and saw a post via Facebook that Rebar had suddenly closed and the owner, who we met with to originally view the venue had absconded with all wedding deposits and payments. It was a complete bombshell and we had lost everything.  There was no one to go to for answers, his staff had beencompletely blind sided by this as well. 

Luckily we had 5 months to salvage our plans (some couples only had hours or days) and in NYC, its hard to find venues and vendors on short notice.  I want to call attention to the “wedding community” in NY that had nothing but an outpouring of support, advice, flexibility and discounts to help us and the 72 other affected couples.  The wedding planners on staff at Rebar worked without pay to put together a list of venues and caterers offering discounts due to the situation and emailed it out to all couples with upcoming wedding dates.

My bridesmaids spent the weekend calling venues to put together some location options and through that we found the Brooklyn Historical Society and Eventfull Catering, both of whom were incredible to work with.  We of course now wish we had booked them in the first place!

For entertainment, close friends of ours were friends with a fantastic Brooklyn based band, Super HiFi, who agreed to play our reception. For flowers, I reached out to Chelsea based Starbright floral who I had received some gorgeous flowers from over the past few years and they jumped to help us and we’re extremely flexible with cost saving options, they let me source all of my vases which I had fun with, scouring salvation armies for cute, mismatched bud vases. One of our favorite neighborhood restaurants, Queens Comfort took time out of their busiest brunch day to make and deliver donuts in lieu of dessert.  Our families and friends were there for us  and we could never have had our wedding without their support.  In the end, I believe our wedding was better than we originally planned and imagined it to be.  The support we received from so many businesses and individuals we had just met was truly touching.   I am so thankful for it.

Meredith & Nicholas - Dress by Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC - Photos by George Street

Dress: Claire La Faye from Lovely NYC
Accessories: Custom Headpiece from Hushed Commotion, Vintage Earrings from Bride’s Mother, Bracelet from BHLDNShoes by Vince Camuto, Vintage Stole from Groom’s Grandmother, Engagement Ring from Tiffany’s
Photographer: George Street
Venue: The Brooklyn Historical Society (Photos were also taken at Gild Hall Hotel in lower Manhattan and on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and surrounding neighborhood)
Hair: Styles on B
Makeup: Stacie Ford Weddings
Groom’s Suit: Freemans Sporting Club
Band: Super Hi Fi
Caterer: Eventfull NYC
Florist: Starbright Floral
Donuts: Queens Comfort
Cake Pops: No Fork Eats 

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Real Wedding: Paige & Jesse

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Tell us about THE dress and what inspired your look.

I was unbelievably nervous for the day I would look for my wedding dress! A girl dreams about this day. When it finally arrives, it’s hard to wrap your mind around it, you almost feel unready. I searched for a month online researching wedding dress shops in NYC. I didn’t want anything that anybody had seen before. I wanted my dress to have that WOW factor every woman wants! I wanted a non traditional gown that had intricate beading, detail, and class. Then I stumbled upon Lovely Bride. The second I clicked onto the website I was in love! I knew that this would be the place I would find my dream dress. I honestly didn’t even look or book an appointment anywhere else. When arriving that warm day in July, I was no longer nervous about being disappointed, I was excited! Anna Campbell is by far my favorite wedding dress designer I have ever come across. Her gowns are so uniquely intricate, classy, beautiful, and timeless. That day the first dress I put on was the dress I walked down the aisle in. The Amity gown by Anna Campbell. It has a beautiful simpleness to it in a way I always wanted. It had the WOW factor without being too busy. The back glistened like a chandelier and the silk was so feminine. Silk is the most beautiful fabric and I’ve always adored it.  I have always been a person in love with the past and woman from recent times, so elegant and classic. I knew I needed something that expressed that part of me and who I am. This dress made me feel like I took a step back in time, and for that I am forever grateful<3

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

What were the most important details to pulling off your dream wedding?

The most important details to me were in the little things. The things most people don’t initially think about but everyone notices and remembers that day. I knew I wanted gold sugar on the blush champagne glasses, white silk gloves for the bridesmaids to match my dress, greek vines for their hair to balance my crown, birds nests to rest the rings, love birds in a vintage white cage as you entered the ceremony, turning vintage bird cages into hanging lanterns, vintage mr and mrs forks, elegant gold table number stands, all the little details that seem so minor in the grand scheme of things I have always had a passion for. It’s the little things.

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

What was the most memorable moment?

The most memorable moment for me was 100 percent walking down the aisle. I have never felt so much joy and nervousness in my entire life. When my dad took my hand I officially had already lost it. I cried the whole way down the aisle and I didn’t have a care in the world. I always thought I would be worried about everyone around me and yet I didn’t even notice they were there. Seeing my husband, tears rolling down his face, was the only face I remember. When we said our vows I swear time stopped. You know those corny scenes in movies where everyone in the room disappears and they are the only two there. That is honestly how it felt. The greatest man I know was looking back at me just the way I always dreamed. So for me yes, the most cliche moment talked about is the most memorable, because it was the most incredible and important memory a woman can have. The man you love more than anyone pledging himself and his life to you forever.

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

If you could give future brides any advice, what would it be?

Don’t regret! So many brides over and over again have said to me “If i could go back I would have done…” Do not let that person be you! There are so many things in life we regret and don’t like to look back on. This day should not have to be one of them. Put everything you have into your wedding, take in every single moment, do not let others sway your decisions on ideas, make sure you take time to love yourself and destress yourself throughout the process, be kind and patient with your fiancé and your family, make it everything you said you would! On your wedding day take in the fact that this day is actually about you! Everyone you love is there to celebrate you and your husband, that is so amazing to me!  I can honestly sit here and say not from a haughty arrogant heart but from a blessed and humble heart that I do not regret! My husband and I both look back on our wedding day and agree that it was perfect. Were there a couple flaws, oh I’m sure, but what day doesn’t have flaws? Always remember what is most important and make it the greatest day of your life, after all why not?!

Paige & Jesse - Dress by Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC - Photography by Tierney Cyanne Photography

Dress: Anna Campbell from Lovely NYC
Accessories: Flower crown – handmade by bride // earrings – JCrew // Shoes – Badgley Mischka  from BHLDN //Clutch – The Limited
Photographer: Tierney Cyanne Photography
Venue: Montdale Country Club, Pennsylvania
Florist: The Mayflower Florist
DJ: James Johnson

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