These two had a beautiful church ceremony with lights that lit the wall behind them with colors to match the flowers and bridesmaid’s dresses. Once the ceremony had ended, the wedding party gathered outside the church doors, preparing for the newlyweds to make their grand exit. As they stepped outside, the bride and groom were greeted by a swarm of bubbles and cheers of congratulations. Then they rode off in style with their ’68 Chevelle that the groom and his dad had spent years restoring.
The bridal party met at Paper Mill Island where there was a beautiful little park for us to explore and take pictures in. The bride and groom were awesome to photograph, completely willing to pose however we suggested. The bridesmaids were all too excited at the idea of having the groom lay across their laps for one photo! Once we were done with formal photos, we all joined the party inside The Red Mill Inn.
The rest of the evening was spent dancing and just enjoying good company, as any wedding should be. As toasts came to a close, the maid of honor/younger sister to the bride surprised everyone by singing and playing the ukulele in honor of the new addition to the family! The last surprise of the night came from the bride, who had a special cake made to be an exact replica of the ’68 Chevelle her husband had worked so hard on. It was presented along side their wedding cake when it was finally time to dig in and grab a slice! It was a beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple!