Stacey + Andrew | Larissa Bahr Photography
Such a beautiful and loving couple!
Andrew and Stacey made our Castle into their own magical wonderland for their intimate Castle-Front Wedding ceremony. Incredible floral arrangements and masks to match their wedding colors created the perfect frame for their Big Kiss!
This gorgeous Ceremony-Only Event started in the Bridal Suite, as usual, where Stacey and her troop of excited bridesmaids helped her with the finishing touches to her wedding gown and hair.
Just down the hall, Andrew can’t stop smiling as he and his groomsmen straighten their ties and shine their shoes.
Since the ceremony and crowds were gathered around the Castle’s front, sneaking down to the Oak Tree Ceremony location was the perfect spot for their First Look.
Quiet moments for the Bride and Groom away from the guests and crowds are rare. We recommend First Looks to most of our couples who want to cherish a bit of alone time together before the craziness of the big day.
The spectacular floral arrangements from Wedding Flowers By Melissa were bold and romantic. We loved the way Stacey’s bouquet looked soft with a touch of wild beauty.
Wedding Flowers By Melissa also decorated the aisle and ceremony arch!
During the ceremony, Andrea and Stacey performed a small unification ritual symbolizing their two families becoming one. Lighting two separate candles representing their individual families, they lit a larger candle together representing their bright future together.
After the Big Kiss, the newlyweds celebrated with their bridal party. We like the idea of matching their bridal party’s masks to their outfits to create a unified look.
Just look at that Glow! Larissa Bahr Photography knows how to capture those priceless candid moments.
We’re so honored to be part of this happy couple’s love story. The best part of this these weddings is the smiling faces, and we are so happy for these two!
Thanks to the awesome vendors who helped make the magic happen! Especially Personal Touch Dining for the Venue Management and Event Coordination.