Many girls fantasize of the elaborate wedding. The amazing wedding gown, the spectacular venue and the adoring guests. When it is finally their turn, reality sets in and they realize that they have to compromise. Abigail and Patrick showed that you can have a simple but elegant wedding when they tied the knot in Glen Cove, New York.
Her gown so classic yet elegant. We just love the lace on the bodice and the buttons down the back were wonderful. She complemented this outfit with her veil. Her jewelry choices were also simple since she wore just a bracelet and drop earrings.
The brides maids look beautiful in their plum strapless gowns. We love the details of the bodice. The ribbon at the waist was a nice touch.
The groom and his groomsmen wore black tuxedos with bow ties. The perfect ensemble for this classic yet elegant affair.
This wedding offered contrasts between simple and elegant. They had a box and asked all of the guests to provide their contact information on one side of a card and a message for the newlyweds on the next. In this age of technology, this was a wonderful departure from the video message. They also had pictures of their family as part of the decor.
At the reception, the elegance took over. The tables had lace tablecloths with gold vases for the flowers. They also had gold chairs.
The cake was spectacular. It was four tiers and had flowers along the sides as well as the top. It was absolutely magnificent.
Abigail and Patrick definitely had an wonderful wedding. It had a details that made it classic but it was also very elegant. They showed that you can combine classic and elegant. What they showed is that the wedding day is yours. You need to things to make it personal. Close your eyes. Think of the wedding of your dreams. You can make it a reality if you use your imagination. Create memories that will last a lifetime.
Photographer: Â Lindsay Flanagan Photography Floral Designer: Cress Floral Decorators Transportation: Designer Limo Musicians: Encore Music Dress Store: Kleinfelds Band: LiveWire Entertainment Cake Designer: St. Honore Pastry Shop