Greg & Liz’s big day was a blast! These two are a wonderful pairing that balances each other so well. The planning was a team effort and I enjoyed getting to know them together during the process. The held a traditional Catholic church wedding, followed by a reception at The Wilcox Manor.
Liz’s form-fitting classic lace wedding gown was stunning- the rhinestone draping back detail was incredible. I especially loved that her updo was adorned with similar rhinestone details. And she was WAY ahead of the bridal cape curve (it is traditional to cover your shoulders for a Catholic ceremony, so it was truly the perfect accessory). I expect, and hope, to see more of this fashion-forward bridal trend in 2018!
Greg whispered “oh my God” as Liz walked down the aisle and excitedly greeted her and her father at the altar. Liz’s quiet poise and Greg’s exuberance during vows was so touching! They sealed the ceremony with a kiss and then it was time to get festivities started!
Their color palette was really interesting. They kept the bridal party attire classic in black, white and navy with gorgeous autumn theme florals. While the outdoor reception at Wilcox Manor was mixed metals of gold and silver with copious candlelight from acrylic candelabras dripping in crystal! What I loved about it most was it was what worked for Greg and Liz, not what is “typical” or “because it’s supposed to be that way.”
They let loose on the dance floor and enjoyed the night to the fullest. They were wonderful to work with and I’m so thankful to have been part of the day.
From the groom: “Lisa was amazing for both our engagement and wedding photos! She helped capture the memories and all the special moments we experienced throughout this monumental event in our lives. Would highly recommend her to both friends and family.”
Be sure to check out their wedding video by Rucci Films too!
Ceremony Venue: Saint Bonaventure Catholic Church
Reception Venue: The Wilcox Manor
Florals: Oceanic Flowers