It is inevitable that when you get married you are happy but you remember those who could not be there to share in your joyful occasion. One way to include them would be to wear something that belonged to them. You could blend the old with the new. When Lindsy and Mark got married in Manyunk near Philadelphia that's exactly what she did.
Her ensemble was entirely new but her handkerchief and bouquet charm were her great grandmother's. It was a wonderful way to pay tribute to her great grandmother.
Her strapless gown was magnificent. The intricate ornate detail was just spectacular. The long train just made it even more stunning. Her hair combed to the side was gorgeous. Her hanging earrings were the perfect compliment. She also wore a diamond bracelet. Her dress did not need a necklace, It did not need anything to bring out its beauty. She wore shoes that matched the color of her bridesmaids dresses.
Her groom and grooms men wore suits instead of tuxedos. Mark's tie had a checkered patte5rn which contrasted well. It was nice touch for them to wear the same watches.
The bride maids wore the same color dress but wore different designs. It was a great idea because it allowed each of the ladies to display their own style. It was a wonderful way to avoid arguments over which dress to choose. You know everyone always has a different opinion.
From the venue to the ensemble, you could see how Mark and Lindsey blended the old with new to create a special memory. They showed how simple touches can take your wedding to the next level.
Vendors: Photography -Lorraine Daley Wedding Photography /Ceremony Venue: Saint JohnÂ’s Church in Manyunk / Reception Venue - Knowlton Mansion in Philadelphia, PA. /Hair: Jill Kozar at Up Your Do! /Make Up: Cindy Singer at Dylan Michael Cosmetics/ Dress: Maggie Sotero/ Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew /Cufflinks: Uncommon Goods /Flowers: Sullivan Owen Floral and Event Design /Video: Forever Lucky Films /Band: EBE Imagine /Catering and Cake: Conroy Catering / Invites + Stamps: Verde Studio on Etsy