A wedding at The Manor House at Prophecy Creek Park
Who doesn’t love a good high school sweetheart story? These two lovebirds met in high school and kept the love growing strong for almost a decade before finally deciding to get hitched. The maid of honor, who is also the groom’s cousin, should be especially proud of herself for starting her matchmaking career early. Mike proposed using a single romantic rose after a home cooked 3-course meal and a walk around the neighborhood. The happy parents were waiting eagerly with cake and Prosecco.
This wedding was stunning and had so many beautiful parts to it. There were at least 4 first looks that I counted. The bride and her bridesmaids, the bride and her father, the bride and groom, and the bride and groom with the bridal party. Jen is a woman after my own heart with her organization and planning skills. She even sent Mike his own salami bouquet – which the meat lover not surprisingly loved!
Did I mention Jen used to work at the infamous Bredenbecks bakery and was able to design her own cake? This bride has some impressive skills to say the least. Her fast paced choreographed father/daughter dance showed off her and her father’s dancing skills. Oh and it just keeps getting better! It just so happened to be the 30th anniversary of Jen’s parents wedding so a special song was played by the very band that played at their wedding. This band has been in the family for generations and is clearly considered part of the family at this point. Needless to say you can both see and feel the love between and surrounding these two in their wedding photos.
Band: Second Vision
Caterer: Robert Fair Caterer
Hair: Hair Concepts
Make-up: Glossed in Glam, Alexis
Cake: Bredenbeck’s Bakery