Erin McLean Events had placed their beautiful programs on the chairs of the family members being escorted in. I am so grateful to Tia for getting the rehearsal organized and started the day before while I was stuck in traffic trying to get there. When I arrived, it was time to go over the ceremony logistics so the timing could not have been better!
I brought my own sound system for this wedding as the DJ was only doing the reception. You can see me in the distance where I am hiding it behind the billowing curtains. Tre Bella was the florist for both this wedding and the one I had just come from.
Love these table coverings with all the fluffy petals!
Arioso Strings provided a guitar duo for the ceremony music. You may recognize Ed, left, with whom I have done so many weddings I can't count them all--but they are on this blog! His fellow guitarist is Chris whom I met for the first time that day. They did a great job with the music--of course! One can always count on Arioso Strings for their professionalism, reliability and superb musicians.Nancy Ray Photography were capturing the day in photographs and arranged this "blind" meeting of the bride and groom to exchange their gifts to each other. Wish Ryan's head was not blocked by the post but I know he was beaming---is that a pun or what! Lindsey and Daniel with Heart Stone Films were videoing the wedding as well and I can't wait to see that video!
Tia got us all lined up to enter for the ceremony.
Here we go! Wish you could see the grin on Ryan's face!
Then they exchanged rings.
Let's go celebrate!!
The guests were invited to another area of the space to enjoy cocktails while the wedding party took photos.