Real Weddings – Stephanie and Eddie

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Stephanie and Eddie had the most fabulous wedding last month at the Casino Club. The couple lives in Vermont and loves the outdoors, so Allison from Stems brought the outdoors inside.

The Chuppah was very organic with greens and bright flowers woven in between the branches. Their two dogs could not attend, but as a surprise to the couple we had large photos of them on either side of the stage.

Unfortunately the bride broke her ankle the week before the wedding, but the show went on and she was a great sport! Stephanie came down the aisle with a knee scooter and the couple sat for the ceremony. It was very intimate as their two best friends, Phil and Ashley, married them.

To help the bride and groom enjoy the special day we arranged a horse and buggy come mid-afternoon to take them around the city.  Matt Savage from Avery House photographed the couple. They loved this surprise.

Toni DiDinato from Rendezvous made the evening jump. From the violins during the ceremony and the music for dancing, the dance floor was packed all night. The bride even danced a bit on her scooter.

Instead of having a traditional first dance, the groom wrote and performed a song for the bride and it was truly amazing.

Everyone loved the dark chocolate menus and the La Adelita Taco Food Truck at the end of the night. I’ve never had such wonderful tacos and tostitos! Allison from Stems out did her self on this one. The affair could not have been better.

Stephanie is currently recovering from ankle surgery, but despite the set back she loved her wedding from beginning to the end. She provided the photos below.

ImageBride and Friends

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Bridal Party

 

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