Friday, September 4, 2009

Vandenberg.O'Neill Wedding

With the new store under construction and a busy wedding season underway, we've been bad about posting on actual weddings!

We're going to try and change that. To kick things off, here are some images from Corinne and Tom's big day! We were hired by Tom's mom Mary Etta and I have to say, she is one cool mom! Mary Etta put her heard and soul into this wedding and it turned out to be amazing! It was classic in its tradition, but modern in all of its detail and personal touches - including lots of "subtle" Irish undertones (the colors were orange and green - like the Irish flag!). The day was so much fun - even on my side of things. Corinne was one of the most calm and collected brides I've ever worked with. She just truly enjoyed herself the whole day. And Tom was great as well - he just wanted Corinne to have her day.

Here are some details of the event:
Photographer - Kdog
Florist - Blue Bouquet
Church - Visitation
Ceremony Music - Panapolli Trio
Reception - Hobbs Building
Reception Music - Three Dollar Band; Reddell Productions
Cake - Take the Cake
Hair/Make-up - Be Chic

As I said, Corinne was totally calm the morning of the wedding. I love the anticipation captured here.

Notice the green bridesmaid dresses - they had orange shoes! Again, so much anticipation!

I just absolutely love Visitation. I think the church is amazing from the courtyard to the sanctuary, its just stunning.

I love this shot by Doug from Kdog. Bride. Groom. Church. Married.

After the ceremony Tom & Corinne and the wedding party went and took pictures down by the Hobbs building. I love the artwork in the background.

Blue Bouquet did an awesome job. I love it when brides put color into their bouquets.

Tom and Corinne's grand entrance was so great. As they walked up the ramp into the patio at the Hobbs building, the Three Dollar Band was playing traditional Irish jig music. They followed Tom and Corinne into the building and played as they cut their cake. It was awesome and totally set the tone for everyone to have a great time. The band played out on the patio through dinner and beyond and had everyone up dancing (including a traditional Irish dance performed by Mary Etta!)

I love first dance moments.

Thank you for allowing us to be a part of this wonderful event!

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