Elizabeth and Sean's Wedding

Elizabeth and Sean didn't overlook any detail that went into making their June wedding anything less than spectacular. From the gorgeous invitation suite and matching ceremony and reception stationery to the amazing out of town bags for their guests; everything had a great personal touch! The bride and her bridesmaids got ready with hair and makeup at Elizabeth's aunt's house. Elizabeth wore a classic Monique Lhullier gown with a cathedral length veil. Her bridesmaids wore floor length sage green gowns and to keep some of her close friends involved in the wedding day, she named them house party girls, and they wore pale pink dresses. A great idea for other brides out there who have a lot of family and girlfriends that they want to include in their big day! The weather was overall cloudy leading up to the ceremony but the moment that they newlyweds walked out of the church and were showered with lavender from their guests, the sun started shining! More personal touches were added to the cocktail hour and reception as well. Lawn games like cornhole, bocce ball, and ladder toss, were set up close by to cocktail hour for guests to enjoy while mingling. The couple shared their first dance in the tent at the end of cocktail hour before everyone moved into the ballroom for dinner. The couple's cake was created by Ron Ben-Israel and camera crews from ABC's The Lookout, were on hand to capture the cake cutting for their show! You can see it here, along with some other clips of their reception. Elizabeth also surprised Sean with a fun groom's cake! After cake cutting, guests were invited back to the tent for a night full of dancing and believe us when we tell you, this dance floor was PACKED! When taking a break from dancing, guests were able to grab some candy from the candy buffet and take some fun pictures in the photobooth.

Congratulations Elizabeth and Sean!

Florist: Petals Lane
Groom's Cake: Pink Cake Box
Hair and Makeup: Vamp Hair Studios
Coordinators: Jen, Sharron, and Corrie

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