My Wedding: Part Three.

I can't believe this is my third and final wedding series post! (insert crying face emoji here.) I love being able to share photos with you all from our special day and I really hope you have enjoyed this series as much as I have enjoyed putting it together for you. In this post I wanted to share details about our ceremony and reception. (You can see my first post about getting ready here and my second post about our first look photos and video here.) 

We had our ceremony in the lush gardens behind the Brasenhill Mansion and I walked down the aisle to the song Who is She from the new Cinderella movie. (surprisingly I didn't cry!) I met my handsome fellow at a beautiful birch archway that was draped in fabric and ivy (thanks for making that, dad!) and we sang a quick hymn and exchanged our vowels- I wanted to keep things sweet and simple. After a kiss and some bubbles, we were officially husband and wife, and that was easily the happiest moment of my life.

After the ceremony, we strolled around the mansion to capture a few more photos (we actually did most of our bridal party shots before the ceremony that way we didn't keep our guests waiting) and then we headed to the reception. Our reception was held on the back patio of the Brasenhill Mansion and boy was it dreamy- cafe lights were strung all around, crisp white linens with pops of blush and greenery covered the tables and the softest piano music filled the air. It was truly everything I had ever dreamed of and more. We indulged in shrimp cocktails, caprese salad and a million other things I can't seem to remember (it was such a blur!) and then Joe and I had our first dance to the song Kiss The Rain by Yiruma. Cutting the cake was next and we were actually nice and didn't smash it in each others faces ha! Our cake was made by my Uncle Brian and it was absolutely breathtaking and oh-so delicious- classic white cake with lemon buttercream and fresh raspberries. Yum! (check out the details down below to see where we bought our cake topper!) The rest of the evening was pretty much a blur, but a beautiful blur to say the least. If I could relive this day over and over again, I would. It was truly magical and I am so blessed to have such wonderful family and friends who helped make my dream wedding come true. XO.

I am so happy I get to spend forever with you, Joseph.

Details: Flowers by Lace & Peonies, Dress by Vera Wang, Tuxes were rented from Men's Warehouse (we did navy tuxes and petal accents), Bridesmaid dresses from David's Bridal (in the color petal),  Cake Topper, Love Balloon, Photos by Savi You, Wedding and reception held at the Brasenhill Mansion

*Photos taken by Savi You, some editing done by me.

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